On average, the two investors expected Yahoo to earn 3 cents a share – slightly above the consensus estimate of Wall Street analysts surveyed by First Call, which expects earnings to be flat.
Government inaction is one reason why Stephen Barrett created his website, Quackwatch, which compiles information on questionable practices and products. He has served as an expert witness in several medical fraud lawsuits, including one against the shoe manufacturer Florsheim, which claimed its “MagneForce” loafers boosted health and energy.
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Newsreaders are a great way to expand your purview beyond the mainstream press and are a must-have for those who aspire to be well-informed. Being able to scan the news faster while accessing a wider variety of sources improves both the quality and quantity of your time online.
The owner of the Snapchat messaging app raised $3.4 billion in its initial public offering on Wednesday night, more than the $3 billion Facebook offered to pay for the company in 2013, and saw its market capitalization bubble up to as much as $29.1 billion.
And of course, he invented the Armadillo. Unlike the real-world usefulness of his other inventions, it seems like Raisz made the Armadillo just to scratch a geometric itch. He wanted a map with the lively look of a globe, but without the hopeless warping that comes from putting a globe directly onto paper. In a 1943 paper introducing the projection, he wrote “The solids to which a parallel and meridian network can be applied are infinitely varied: similar projections can be drawn on forms resembling a bean, a lima bean, or a scallop,” In other words, he wanted his flat map to look 3-dimensional.
First up is an interview with Ken Denmead, Editor and Publisher of GeekDad.com and Publisher of GeekMom.com about his latest book The Geek Dad Book for Aspiring Mad Scientists. Then Nicole Wakelin is joined by GeekMom Rebecca Angel who wrote the show’s theme music! She talks about how to encourage kids in their musical explorations and how it’s never too late to give music a try.
RIAA officials believe the attack is unrelated to the SQL Slammer virus that knocked out online databases and disabled wide swaths of the Internet over the weekend.
‘Physical books are closer to perfect and affordable technology. There was very little about it that needed to be reinvented.’
So let’s say a woman does successfully complete a CS degree and enter the career pipeline in the first place, and let’s pretend that her “self-imposed victim complex” doesn’t weed her out early. What happens to her next?