Unfortunately it was just for today (May 4) but the slide drew large crowds to Bristol's Park Street during its Make Sunday Special program. Of nearly 100,000 applicants, only 360 got to ride the slide.
As far as I know, no major religion holds as a central tenet the unvacuumability of the penis.
"People as old as 90 who actively acquire new interests that involve learning retain their ability to learn. But if we stop taxing the nucleus basalis, it begins to dry up."
Many Americans seem to hold on to a romanticized portrait of Columbus even when they are exposed to his dark side.
Two German pianist-researchers have developed a learning system that combines a standard electric piano keyboard with a color projection screen on which blocks, representing notes, stream towards the appropriate keys.
As user interfaces grow more sophisticated, incidences of motion sickness -- and the less-well-known simulation sickness -- are expected to increase. Writer Christopher Mims says this may become the new normal.
Without the “fresh” message of salvation and God’s love front-and-center, Catholics worldwide will continue to leave the flock.
In response to a 2010 TED talk by gaming researcher Jane McGonigal, an organization has emerged that will develop in-game plug-ins giving players ways they can assist with real-world disaster relief.
Literally: Pixelate is a head-to-head tabletop video game that uses real plates of fruit, special forks, and on-screen positive reinforcement.
Online data fed directly into the brains of human beings via a "software/wetware" interface? We're closer than you think. But the impact on humanity may be devastating.
A project currently underway at the Pentagon -- intriguingly named "Plan X" -- aims to make attacking enemies' computer systems so easy that "even a white-haired general" could do it.
An idea whose time has come: A team of Australian designers has developed a game that can be installed on public transportation vehicles, allowing riders to play together during trips.
The people behind the "Half-Life" series and the Steam platform are now looking at biometrics -- specifically, the acidity of a player's perspiration -- to help create more vivid game experiences.
Bruce Bueno de Mesquita, author of The Predictioneer's Game, shares his foolproof method for getting your next car for the lowest price possible.