Retiring superintendent reflects on time at Stew-Stras
For decades, Steve Harsy has seen nearly everything there is in the world of education
Is the world prepared for the driverless car era? Are you?
Picture it. You slip into your car, recline and start reading the day's news on your smartphone. The vehicle accelerates, smoothly navigates traffic and seamlessly merges onto the freeway, without your lifting a finger.
9 tips to cure your bad grooming habits
Pretty up your daily routine with smart products and techniques for curing bad grooming habits. (We're looking at you, Ms. Eyebrow Over-Plucker.)
Slate: New Monopoly token will ruin game, possibly America
The board game Monopoly will soon lose a classic token and gain a new one, by way of a public vote on Facebook. It may sound like harmless fun, but is in fact a travesty, though not for the sake of nostalgia or preservational instinct.
How Illinois can be a broke state defies logic
As many of you know, I am a school teacher. Like most school teachers, I plan to someday retire and drive around New England in the fall. While I have a considerable number of years before retirement, I used to daydream about this day quite often
Here's why your paycheck just shrank
Many Americans just received their first paycheck of 2013. That sound you hear is the collective "What the . . ." they have emitted upon looking at their pay stub.
Slate: Can this man save pinball?
Pinball is just barely alive. For a small-business man from New Jersey, there was only one thing to do: Create history's greatest pinball machine, one that would introduce a new generation to the pleasures of a well-struck ramp shot.
Wrinkles help fingers get a grip
A long soak in the tub can wreak havoc on your fingertips, transforming your smooth digits into wrinkly eyesores. But this rumply skin may actually serve a purpose, according to a new study.
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PHOTOS: Satellites take artistic views of Earth
The accompanying images were taken by NASA satellites and a joint NASA/U.S. Geological Survey satellite, which orbits about 440 miles above Earth collecting data that are used to study changes in land cover, forest growth, water resources and the atmosphere.
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