Check out WIRED's music issue featuring Ahmir 'Questlove' Thompson at: http://www.wired.com/listenMusic:"Ya Times Up"Performed by Kooley HighWritten Foolery, Charlie Smarts, Tab-One, Rapsody, DJ Ill Digitz
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They’ve resurrected RoboCop and we can’t figure out why. Actor Joel Kinnaman has a big helmet to fill, and considering all of the outrageous changes that have been made to the reboot, Angry Nerd is doubtful that the new cyborg will live up to the task.
Jay Silver and his co-founder's concept was simple: Hook up everyday objects to small circuits and turn them into touchpads. See how their MaKey MaKey invention kit is changing the way we interact with the world. Brought to you by Intel.
In this World Economic Forum discussion, Johan Rockström, executive director of the Stockholm Resilience Centre, proposes a new scientific framework called Planetary Boundaries—a way of thinking about consumption and sustainability that could help keep Earth habitable.
Is the education system ready for a revolution? In this World Economic Forum discussion Jose Ferreira, CEO and founder of Knewton, explains how a more personalized, adaptive program would increase access to education and improve the quality of teaching.
Consider it sound you can see. Find out how Ashik and Jenelle Mohan of Born of Sound are using audio recordings to create works of art, bringing to life a child’s laugh or heartbeat in a fluid, vibrant print. Brought to you by Intel.
With Disney’s acquisition of Lucasfilm, the House of Mouse and J.J. Abrams are well on their way to destroying all that’s right with Star Wars…or are they? Angry Nerd poses an alternate ending to the Walt and George partnership.
As the largest producer and consumer of milk in the world, India faces a serious problem when it comes to off-grid dairy farmers. In this World Economic Forum discussion, Promethean Power Systems co-founder Sam White describes his approach to ensuring that milk is properly refrigerated and not spoiled by bacteria.
Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and other tech titans have had to fight for their lives—against their own government. This month, we take a look inside their year from hell, and why the web will never be the same. Also, see what happens when gene-modifying masters Monsanto try to take nature's path, how one man hacked OKCupid to find the girl of his dreams, and the city-within-a-city Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh is building in Las Vegas. Plus: the Data Miner's Guide to Romance, Rick Rubin, and more!
Strong and stiff and materials comprised of mostly air are well on their way to commercialization. In this World Economic Forum Discussion, Caltech materials scientist Julia Greer talks about their use in "hierarchal design," and the impact it will have on increased efficiency and the prominence of solar cells.