This week's weird Craigslist listing consists of a convertible Cutlass covered in Chucky Dolls, rollin' on Dubs of course. For some reason, I'm oddly impressed by their creativeness.
Breeders' Cup World Championships? Yes, we have an app for that. Want to watch all 14 championship races live, get race records for each contender, and get important information regarding Churchill Downs, including seat/facility maps, post times, and local weather?
It’s that time of year, and the general election is right around the corner, November 2, 2010. Do you know where your polling location is and which representatives you’re voting for? If not, don’t be discouraged; let me show you how and where.
Jon Landau, producer of the two highest grossing films of all time, Titanic and Avatar, talks about Avatar and the future of 3D at IdeaFestival 2010. So what's next in the world of 3D technology?
Some may consider technology as a distraction, but those at Mortenson Family Dental are leveraging the newest technology available in dentistry to help save lives through early detection of disease.
According to IdeaFestival speaker Peter W. Singer, we are living through a robot revolution and within 25 years, there may be tens of thousands of robots that are 1 billion times more powerful than those already changing the face of war today, which brings up many powerful benefits, problems and ethical dilemmas.
Pennsylvania's Harrisburg University of Science and Technology has enacted a week-long Facebook blackout for its students. Will the University of Louisville follow suit and ban Facebook and other social networking sites?
In 2010, the state of Kentucky passed a new law, with hopes of keeping eyes on the road and away from the smart phone... but is it effective in reducing accidents? A recent study shows the opposite. Also, test your skills with this game!
Cycling made simple with Ride the City Louisville and an app to match! Find the safest routes from point A to B in the city of Louisville! Much like MapQuest, Google Maps, or Bing... Ride the City Louisville finds the shortest distance between two points.
LED lighting... a bright idea for an energy efficient Louisville? "Lighting currently represents about 17.5% of all global electricity consumption. The U.S. alone accounts for approximately 20% of this amount at an annual cost of over $40 billion. What's Louisville doing to help?
Will Foursquare for free beer. That's right, Foursquare not only enables you to become Mayor of an establishment and earn uber-nerd badges, but also the opportunity at free beer!
Cracked, shattered or scraped screen? Have no fear my iPhone friends, a Kwik fix for your iPhone woes has arrived. Let me introduce you to Kwik Service Electronics and its priority one-hour in-store repair services.
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