The Trayvon Martin Case Timeline
For those who haven’t been following the Trayvon Martin case closely, here is an up-to-date timeline of what has been occurring. The most interesting details to me are the witness’ statements from March 14th and the video footage of Zimmerman released yesterday that shows no harm after his claims of assault.
Just before 6pm ET on Sunday, Oscar-winning filmmaker and deep-sea explorer James Cameron became the first person to dive to the deepest spot in the ocean, the Mariana Trench, solo. He was able to collect incredibly valuable data, specimens, and imagery with technology never used at these depths, over 7 … Continue reading
“Why I Am Leaving Goldman Sachs”
An op-ed written by a former executive director at the company who resigned and then published this opinion piece in the New York TImes. He really doesn’t spare any details in calling out the company’s highest executives and I have to give him mad props on his moxie.
“No program has ever done anything remotely like what this one does, namely to portray the social, political, and economic life of an American city with the scope, observational precision, and more vision of great literature.” – Jacob Weisberg It is not often that a television show comes along and redefines an entire genre. It … Continue reading
Like many others out there, I believe The Wire may be the greatest television show ever created, ever, ever. But the argument over who is the best, most badass, coolest character has always been a hot topic of discussion with my friends. Well the amazing writers over at Grantland have finally offered a solution to settling … Continue reading
You see it everywhere. On college campuses, in high schools, at dinner tables, and even in bathrooms. Everywhere we go we are constantly engaging our technological devices. Whether we are in class, at work, doing exercise, eating meals, hanging out with friends, or whatever, there is always someone typing away, looking down at their latest … Continue reading