Photographer Paul Souder has been documenting life in the Arctic for years. But now he feels like he has a larger mission: preserving a world that we may not have access to in the future.
If Volkswagen’s new super-efficient XL1 has anything to say about it.
Take a little break and see the city transformed when all its infrastructure can come alive at a moment’s notice.
Some people might like apps like Foursquare so they can go be where all the cool kids are, but for the less friendly, a new app from the Netherlands monitors key shopping districts and lets you know when they’re empty enough to visit.
Makexyz is a network of people lucky enough to have a 3-D printer on hand who will (for a fee, of course) help you out with your printing needs.
Click That 'Hood lets you learn how well you know the neighborhoods of your city (and many others across the country). How local are you?
Using Google Streetview and Mechanical Turk, a new project is listing roads in need of repair around the country.
Every brand these days has a cause attached to it, but the return seems limited to a general sense of good feeling, without really helping the brand or the cause. But being more tactical with data and analytics could turn cause marketing into something more solid.
Bucking a city rule that required any new residential building to also include new parking spots, a proposed new set of apartments in Boston is taking the space that would have gone to cars and doing something more interesting with it.