New Yorker writer Thomas Beller interacts with several notable figures who engage in work related to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina to explain the contentious and emotional toll of one of the deadliest events in New Orleans. Continue reading “Life in New Orleans 10 years after Hurricane Katrina”
The mobile app industry is serious business, but it can be fun as well. Lessons required to advance an app range from start a business, not just an app, to building a brand and measuring performance. TechCrunch goes into great detail about mobile business success.
The use of pictures chronicling the evolution of things ranging from the World Trade Center to the growth of new plant life allow us to watch history unfold.
At LSU, I wrote a review of an interactive news game created at the Washington Post that lets people experiment with possible advancements in biomedicine that can prolong our life spans. I decided to reblog it because the game really is worth sharing with others.
The Washington Post created an interactive game last month to engage and inform readers about technology that can prolong the human lifespan.
The multimedia tool entitled “7 ways to defy death” is a complementary piece to a bigger story in April about tech billionaires seeking to use biomedical research to understand and upgrade the human body.
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