Programming will become more important as every day goes by, and 2012 is Code Year. Will it be the year you learn to code and join the ranks of the creators?
Mike Bloomberg Is A Smart Businessman, That’s Why He’s Learning To Code
The founder of Codeacademy explains why learning how to program is the best job security you can have, and how a knowledge of code is the best way to improve the economy and the planet.
Reggie never met a wall he couldn’t beat.
*Like parkour but with dogs, because dogs bark, so y’know…barkour? Kiss my ass.
If you haven’t met R.T. Lawton, you should.
Not only is this two time Derringer nominee one of the most well-published crime fiction short story writers around, what with over 80 short stories published in such magazines as Alfred Hitcock Mystery Magazine, but he’s also a really really nice…
Twin Falls, Idaho
Cormac M. | Author | Lost in the chaparral, NM
Three Stars. *First Review.
He walked into the empty cafe and looked at the vinyl booths and the linoleum counters and picked up a menu to glance at it and then put it down again in one smooth motion. His leadgray eyes settled on…
I want to report a rape. I feel as if my body — or, at least my body of work — has been violated by the movie, The Artist.
This film could and should have been able to stand on its own without depending upon Bernard Herrmann’s score from Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo to provide it more drama.
Not too long ago LIFE.com reached out to Novak, now 78 and an artist living in Oregon, to find out what it was like to be in LIFE’s pages.
Here, she reminisces about her two cover stories — including an iconic nine-page spread photographed by Leonard McCombe — and takes a look back at some never-before-seen early-career photos.
There’s little that I can add to the praise for “The Lion King” that hasn’t been said before and been said better by more seasoned theater critics. I am relatively new to covering stage productions and certainly no expert on Broadway productions. But you don’t need to be in order to…