The Next Big Thing? - New Matter
If you are a big fan of 3D printing, you will be interested in New Matter, a Pasadena, Calif.-based company that is seekign to expand the potential of this technology. We spoke with company co-founder and CEO Steve Schell about New Matter's mission.Click to read the full article »
Is Neutrality The Same As Truth?
It is odd that, in today's world, people are quick to claim to be objective while all opposition is biased. Media channels throw out accusations of bias while promoting their favorite groups. Likewise, Internet debates often result in challenges over which source is most fair and, thus, "correct." Even Wikipedia claims it upholds a "Neutral Point of View" while it is clear that the editorial control of certain articles are dominated by fringe elements.Click to read the full article »
Resetting Your Retirement After Divorce
Retirement planning can face derailment after a divorce. Married, two-income couples have the advantage of splitting living expenses and pooling all their investment assets, including retirement accounts. Once the marriage is over, costs for separate households may limit the ability of ex-spouses to keep their retirement on track.Click to read the full article »
Sponsored Film Classic: State Trooper
In 1957, Ford Motor Company sponsored this documentary short on the work of the Michigan State Police. This was the second time that the company used the sponsored film medium to pay tribute to local law enforcement - 20 years earlier, Ford financed a similar documentary that detailed the Michigan State Police's efforts at ensuring public safety.Click to read the full article »
Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi, president of RespectAbility, Bethesda, Md.
When Hillary Clinton released a YouTube video this past weekend to officially announce her latest presidential campaign, Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi noticed something was missing in the diverse demographic groups represented in the video: there were no people with disabilities.Click to read the full article »