Unprofitable Music, China’s Lunar Rover, Should Bonnie learn to program, Americans do not believe in Astrology, Comcast buys Time Warner, and much more GeekNews.
Jade Rabbit not Concrete Rabbit.
“Subscriptions to music services are expected to more than double by 2017, but because those services pay 60% to 70% of their revenue to record labels and artists, the entire sector is intrinsically unprofitable, according to a new report.”
“A report from the National Science Foundation recently stated that a majority of young people believe astrology to be scientific, as reported by Science News, Mother Jones, UPI, and Slashdot, among others. Troubling if true, but I believe this to be a faulty interpretation of the NSF report. And I have human subjects data to support this argument.”
Even though the creator of Flappy Birds pulled it from the market new versions are being created.
Bonnie, how about you try it once. – Lyle
I invite all to give us their learning programing stories. – Bonnie
Hey all, go to code.org and learn to program. – Lyle
When back to school at age 46 studied chemistry and fell in love with math because of the beauty. (at about 44min in)
Unhappy pencil – Lyle
Briefly powerful pencil! – Bonnie
And don’t miss this fun NSA Pickup Lines coverage from NPR