June 2016 Archive

Bat for Lashes' Natasha Khan on Why Brexit Needed to Happen

Bat for Lashes held a webchat with fans Wednesday to promote her new LP The Bride, and when asked about her thoughts on the United Kingdom’s ...

Hear David Nail, Brothers Osborne's Driving 'Good at Tonight'

David Nail has recruited country duo Brothers Osborne for the track that will lead off his upcoming fourth LP, Fighter. Up-tempo from the outset, lyrically “Good ...

Imports Collapse At East Coast Ports

If anyone needed another indicator that global trade is collapsing, look no further than the latest Port Authority of New York and New Jersey report ...

Rotten To The Core

Submitted by Robert Gore via Straight Line Logic blog, Coercion is inseparable from corruption. When a group coerces with impunity, it steals from, lies to, ...

71% of Americans Think the Economy is “Rigged” … They’re RIGHT

A new poll by Marketplace-Edison finds that 71% of Americans – including “Americans from across the economic and political spectrum” – think the economy is ...

This 1952 Buick land-speed record holder can be yours for $195,000

This 1952 Buick raw steel-finished beauty has a lot of titles, from its formal model name — the Super Riviera — to six-time land-speed world ...

Still don't know which Australian party to vote for? This tool can help.

If you’re unsure which political party to vote for Saturday in the Australian election, never fear: There are a multitude of online tools that can ...

Chevrolet cuts 4G LTE data plan pricing for its vehicles in half

Chevrolet was the first automaker to add 4G LTE connectivity to every model in its lineup. And now, just in time for the Fourth of ...

The app that matches surplus food with the hungry

Plenty of businesses throw a ridiculous amount of catering into the garbage every day, often as people go hungry on the streets outside their office ...

How Google is using building blocks to teach kids to code

Want to teach your kids or yourself how to code without gluing yourself to a computer screen? Google’s new project Bloks might just be the ...

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