Sky News
8 minutes
broadening that out. This is a Green paper that is being announced. It is a discussion. We were put forward ideas after the election and we will take ideas from the public and from the industry groups and then shake that policy around that. The idea that this is a lockdown policy is.
The Event Chronicle
an hour
I tend to write these things in my own language I've developed over the years for thinking to myself, so sharing things with others often requires translation work.Often, so much comes through during these storms of inspiration and insight that it's hard to put them into words for record-keeping purposes. Suffice it to say, I have dozens upon dozens of axioms, musings, and observations that I think are of value, and I plan to share in the future when I can shape them into a form that others can comprehend—above and beyond Justin-speak . Unfortunately, (or fortunately, depending on how you look at it), I am a holistic synthesis thinker, which means I tend to generate insights based on the fabric of data and information I'm reviewing at any given time—whether from books, audio-visual media, conversation, or quiet reflection. Sharing these ideas completely and clearly can be challenging because the concepts often rest on top of a host of other ideas, (the tip of an iceberg vs.
Sky News
2 hours
Either in refugee camps or ultimately to be able to return to their homes. If we leave it as it is, it will be a place for all kinds of terrible ideas will gain traction out of desperation. It's not in.
New York Times - Asia News
3 hours
Its ambitions mingle sci-fi ideas and big money with the needs of an authoritarian state.
ITV4
3 hours
A new day. New roads. New ideas. So leave parking the car to the car.
The Sun Daily
6 hours
Washington Free Beacon
7 hours
There simply aren't many directors like Scott who have made four-star, stone-cold classic sci-fi ( Blade Runner ), horror ( Alien ), sword-and-sandal ( Gladiator ), and war ( Black Hawk Down ) flicks. Kubrick, as I've mentioned. Maybe Coppola, whose run in the 1970s included a brilliant gangster film (two, actually), a paranoid thriller, and a legendary war movie (two, actually). Nolan, perhaps? But the list is short. Scott's not as consistent as some—the delta between those movies and, say, 1492 , Legend , A Good Year , or Exodus is rather large—but even his less impressive films still look gorgeous, are still hyper-competently shot. And, as I've noted elsewhere , he's done a decent job of bending the studio obsession with tentpole franchise type movies to his creative will; say what you will about Alien: Covenant and Prometheus , but they're movies stuffed with ideas and storytelling ambition.
Voice Of America
7 hours
Times of Israel
9 hours
Exhibits of Israeli and international designers will be on display June 8-15 at locations throughout the capital
Make:
15 hours
This week's tips come to you by way of the greatest show & tell on Earth, Maker Faire Bay Area. Read more on MAKE The post Tips of the Week: Maker Faire Bay Area Edition appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers .
Fast Company
16 hours
Learn about the winner of the developing world technology category of Fast Companys 2017 World Changing Ideas Awardsand the other innovative finalists. A lot of technologists have workedto wire up the worlds classrooms, but few can claim this: the ability to wire up more or less any school anywhere. Thats what the KioKit does, and its one reason the Kenyan-born project won the developing world technology category in this years World Changing Ideas Awards (you can see the full list of finalists below). Read Full Story
The Sun Daily
16 hours
However, the team found that for the inactive women, their ideas about exercise actually prevented them from achieving the things that made them happy and successful, and this demotivated them to exercise. For example, the inactive women believed that to be a "valid" form of exercise, exercise must be intense and hard work, which conflicted with their desire to feel relaxed during their leisure time. The also feel pressured to exercise for health or to lose weight, but want to feel pressure-free during their leisure time. In addition, part of their feeling of success comes from achieving goals; however, if they didn't meet their exercise goals then it stopped them feeling successful. "The traditional recommendation we've learned to believe is that we should exercise at a high intensity for at least 30 minutes, for the purpose of losing weight or improving our health.
BBC News 24
16 hours
ideas she put forward, this view that you would keep £100,000 of assets including a house? That was the big campaign event of the week. Before the bomb. She was on the defensive that night, Monday night, in her Andrew Neil and to be. I thought that really has cut through to a thought that really has cut through.
Global News
17 hours
On its third and final day, C2MTL continues to spark ideas and conversations that are sure to catch like wild fire in the days and weeks to come.
Core77
17 hours
Every design studio goes through mountains of post-it notes while brainstorming and charting ideas. We love the portability of flip-chart posters, but even after moving to a big studio in Salem we never had enough wall space. Then we found Make Space by Scott Doorley and Scott Witthoft at the Stanford's d-school. Their design for a DIY whiteboard made from a garment z-rack was perfect: the wheels meant we could park them anywhere in the studio, and the bases nest together to reduce clutter. Building them ourselves saved money, which is great because we're a cheapskate nonprofit and we wanted ten of them. We made a short video to show you how we modified the Stanford z-rack whiteboard design, and to share some of the accessories we designed to make the z-racks even more useful. You can also find our HOWTO guide on Instructables . We've shared the z-rack parts as Autodesk Inventor and STL parts on Thingiverse so you can modify and print them yourself.
Global News
17 hours
On its third and final day, C2MTL continues to spark ideas and conversations that are sure to catch like wild fire in the days and weeks to come.
BBC News 24
17 hours
went -- has it in for Muslims. How do combat that other issue, which is social media? That's nothing to do with foreign policy, is it? No, but the social media is carrying a message. It's carrying their narrative. It's carrying twisted ideas. Actual personal contact I believe, which is where you have to look to the final.
Futurism
17 hours
Meaningful Roles In Society This week Mark Zuckerberg spoke to the latest class of Harvard graduates, offering advice about the future and inspiration to grow on. Among his ideas was the notion that universal basic income (UBI) , a standard basesalary” for each member of society that can help meet our basic needs regardless of the work we do, is worth exploring. UBI pilot programs are sprouting up all over the world , including one in Oakland, California sponsored by Y Combinator. Many are modeled in part after the State of Alaska's long-termPermanent Fund” which distributes a dividend to every resident so they can share in the wealth gleaned from the state's natural resources equally. While the successfulness of such initiatives can be analyzed several different ways, Zuckerberg emphasized to graduates the need for metrics that go deeper than standard economic measuresmetrics that can help foster innovation.
Sky News
17 hours
comment and challenge people and make it clear to them that this kind of thing is not welcome. The latter terrorist and extremist have been able to post a speech outline and promote extremist ideas without being challenged. The thing it is.
Sky News
17 hours
exist in the real world, the ideas and ideologies which are spread. The hate preaching that goes on. Technology is a tool that enables people to spread them. It is like having a paper and pen and typewriter and the old days. That is more sophisticated. We have to keep the pressure on.
BBC One Wales
17 hours
people are trying to stop is leading the lives we lead now and on election campaign is an important part of what we are doing now. It's important to have a discussion about ideas. We can't forget what happened in Manchester, but to allow that to interfere.
Abduzeedo
18 hours
BBC Parliament
19 hours
Henry Martin. You have these peculiar kind of disjointed but nevertheless descendant ideas spreading around the globe from the English Revolution. Fascinating and very complicated history. We will be back again soon, do join us then
BBC Parliament
19 hours
them down in a series of mutinies, shooting and imprisoning their leaders. The didn't get the revolution they wanted but the revolution that happen wouldn't have happened without him. In the end, the ideas that they were pushing for, the idea of a wider franchise, maybe not everybody having the right to vote but a lot more people, those kind of ideas didn't really resurface for a couple of hundred years. They have.