MESM Soviet computer project marks 60 years

By B Heater Before you go complaining about your job, take a moment to remember the MESM project, which just marked the 60th anniversary […]

China launches high-speed test train capable of 310 mph, shaped like an ancient sword

By C Barylick According to an old “Simpsons” quote, there’s nary a thing that can outrun a greased Scotsman. That’s no longer the case, […]

Obituary: Saab Automobile, 1947–2011

By D Gluckman Saab Automobile, 64, of Trollhättan, died Monday. It was born to the late Svenska Aeroplan Aktiebolaget, June 10, 1947, in Trollhättan, […]

Your brochure is not a secret, why do you act that way?

By D. Jay Our top competitor had never offered their product brochures on their website. Their website was still sporting a 1999 look, so […]

Google Granted Patent for Driverless Car Technology

Google’s driverless car is one step closer to parking itself in your driveway. The tech behemoth has been awarded a U.S. patent for a […]

Visualized: IBM’s 1956 HDD packs 5MB of storage, requires forklift for installation

By M Smith Check out IBM’s 305 RAMAC (Random Access Method of Accounting and Control) hard disk and those gripes about dragging around that […]

Physicist creates $2,600 Lego model of LHC ATLAS detector

By J Hughes The King of Lego Geeks crown must go to physicist Sasche Mehlhase from the Niels Bohr Institute; at the very least […]

More B2B Marketers Embrace Social Media Efforts

Benefits include lead generation, awareness-building and thought leadership By K. Maul More business-to-business companies are using social media as part of their marketing mix. […]

Isaac Newton’s Personal Notebooks Go Digital

By B Keim The largest collection of Isaac Newton’s papers has gone digital, committing to open-access posterity the works of one of history’s greatest […]

Need Ideas for Staff Meetings?

By S. Parker Here are some ideas to kick off or support any of your daily/ weekly/ monthly team meetings all the way up to […]