Smarter city or city under surveillance?
You partied hard at Boston Calling and there's facial recognition data to prove it
Quit your bitching. Summer is over. Here’s an arbitrary list of reasons to look forward to cooler weather.
1. Fewer Croc sightings
2. Nutella is no longer a liquid consistency making it more reasonable to eat directly out of the container
3. See above, but apply also to peanut butter, ...
With their catchy covers ranging the whole goddamn gamut — from Pharrel’s “Happy” and “Get Lucky” mashup to a fine rendition of “Over The Rainbow” — indie darling Nataly Dawn and her conspirator Jack Conte are a delight on YouTube. We look forward to seeing how the ...
Theater geeks, mark your calendars …
THE FORGETTING CURVE
BRIDGE REPERTORY THEATER
In 1953, a young man agreed to undergo an experimental surgery hoping to be cured of epilepsy, and devastatingly, the treatment destroyed his ability to make new memories. To kick off their second season, Bridge Rep brings the ...
MIT Hacking Arts 2014
get yer hack on
Nerdfest, or rather, the super esteemed, intellectual Hacking Arts Festival in Cambridge, in which technology, art, and entrepreneurship come together, is back for its second weekend jaunt. With musical performances from acts ...
Andris Nelsons, the youngest person to become the BSO's Music Director in over 100 years, is making is highly anticipated debut.
“They’re asserting a general police power to capture anybody’s image and process it for law enforcement purposes just in case they later turn out to be guilty of something. That’s not OK.”
Infographic by Tak Toyoshima, Concept by Chris Faraone, Analytics by Pandemic Labs
Additional research by Jenna Tramonti, Christine Young, and Rachael Blanchard
There’s a simple explanation for the eye candy before you: We wanted to identify the most popular hashtags in every facet of ...