Pink Slime, Ick Factors, And Other Adventures In Science Education
CSI Blog - This is an interesting thought that going directly after peddlers of pseudoscience, Skeptics give a bigger platform and legitimacy to scaremongers like the Food Babe. It isn't bad as shills like Oprah and Dr. Oz who flagrantly profit of bullshit, but different tactics are needed to keep people from being fleeced.
The first in an ongoing series on learning a new coding language.
Swift Playgrounds on the iPad is an easy way to play around with the Apple's newest coding language. The app includes three Learn To Code modules that give you activities to learn syntax as well as basic coding concepts. Swift is fairly easy to pick up and use, although I haven’t built much beyond a program that plays around with math and . . .
Build the Colony Ship to Win The Game
Comics for the weird kids come back.
Polygon - Neil Gaiman and Warren Ellis are both bestselling authors with multiple movies and TV adaptations under their belts, Grant Morrison has done runs on X-Men, Superman, and Batman, and Garth Ennis' Preacher is a cable show. When they were all writing genre changing/defining comics in the 90's at Vertigo, they cast a huge . . .
Federal Agencies Versus TV Comedians
Techdirt - Considering the frequency and veracity of the government lying, this might not rank highly on people's lists. On the other hand, this is pretty much exactly what you'd expect from people dismantling something rather popular. Considering the overall lack of competition in the telecom space, paired with the weakness of . . .