Using three dimensional X-ray imaging, we can now see the magical process of metamorphosis up close. Happy summer!
In this video from our Futurist Forum, Jamais Cascio says that the people hacking a tech to make it serve more shady purposes (or to help them have sex) might be the best window into how it works.
This NASA video shows a satellite pass over a huge swath of land, from Russia to South Africa, in stunning detail. Cue up some soaring music and sit back and enjoy.
Abilitylist will harness the resources available for the disabled on one site, and hopefully create a more engaged and activist community.
Present Shock author Douglas Rushkoff talks about how the digital revolution can change our concept of time and reinvent how we live and work--if we embrace it correctly.
Super Sprowtz aims to encourage healthy food habits for the next generation by entertaining kids with fun (and delicious looking) talking vegetables.
Hacked together as a solution to biking through smog-filled China, artist Matt Hope’s Breathing Bike offers a little respite from deadly inhalations. But it probably gets hot inside that gas mask.
After propelling to Internet fame with a rap about snack food, Y.N. Rick Kids--the work of an organization trying to empower kids through hip hop--just dropped two new tracks.
These ingenious Spanish ads are designed tell children about a path out of abuse that their abusers can’t see.
Meet Romo, a simple toy with a hidden agenda: Get people used to robots in their house, and get kids excited about programming.