Busting The eBook Bias: Five Reasons Why ‘Pizza for Good’ Can And Will Break The Media-coverage Glass Ceiling

Will Pollock has a post up on why Pizza for Good can and will help break the media bias against eBooks. Here's an excerpt: You might call it an ebook-marketing manifesto. You might call it a plea. You might also call it a pipe dream. Whatever you think after reading, one thing is for sure: [...]

Christmas Comes Once a Week with ‘Pizza Fridays’

Sam Howe might want to invest in a durable Santa suit. Known by the Twitter handle @melip0ne, Howe helps a chosen-few followers kick off the best weekend ever—with a free large pizza pie on Fridays. The only prerequisite? Be a follower, and interact. From the PMQ story: Every Friday I get a pizza pie for one of [...]

We May Be ‘Falling Behind Badly’, But Ethan Brown Is Making Math Cool

We May Be ‘Falling Behind Badly’, But Ethan Brown Is Making Math Cool

You may have seen the sad news recently that, compared to the rest of the world, U.S.-student scholastic aptitude is lagging way behind other countries. Our plight is summed up well by Fareed Zakaria: "While we're walking around going nowhere on a people mover, the rest of the world is on an escalator. In a [...]