It was an exciting week for futuristic technologies. Knightscope debuted its newest roboguard, Nest showed off a face-recognizing outdoor camera, and Google came up with a way to close your garage from anywhere in the neighborhood. Numbers, because how else will you know how long to wait for the future to arrive?
This summer, I had the opportunity to spend some time in the lively city of Shanghai, China. I gorged on juicy soup dumplings, visited historic Confucius temples, and most importantly saw China’s rapidly growing tech-scene.Shoutout to my friend Eric for the awesome photos 📷 Don’t judge a book by its cover As I took my first steps into Shanghai Pudong International Airport, I was not sure what to expect. My admittedly narrow-minded worldview coupled with a particular portrayal of China by the media led me to believe that this country resembled a backwards one still stuck in the past. OH BOY,…
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Maybe you started watching This Is Us because you craved a new drama. Maybe you missed Parenthood or couldn't resist
Milo Ventimiglia Sterling K. Brown. Whatever the reason, millions of viewers tuned in for NBC's breakout drama of the 2016-2017 season, and the Pearsons became the most adored family on American television.
Season 2 returns in a few days, so here are the best episodes to watch (and rewatch) before we dive back in.
1. Episode 1, "Pilot"
Meet the Big Three: Kate (Chrissy Metz), Kevin (Justin Hartley), and Randall Pearson (Sterling K. Brown). They're all turning 36, and so is Jack (Milo Ventimglia) back in 1980 while wife Rebecca (Mandy Moore) goes into labor. Back in the quaint fall of 2016, Hillary Clinton was running for President and we didn't know that this was the story of one family over the years. Read more...More about Entertainment, Television, Nbc, This Is Us, and Entertainment
Donald J. Trump, the 45th president of the United States, has explicitly asked football fans to give up on the National Football League "until players stop disrespecting our Flag & Country."
In other words: He's calling for a boycott.
If NFL fans refuse to go to games until players stop disrespecting our Flag & Country, you will see change take place fast. Fire or suspend!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 24, 2017