Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band may be a long way from home, but The Boss took some time out of his set in Australia on Sunday to talk about the Women’s Marches which occurred across the United States on Saturday.
“We’re a long way from home, and our hearts and spirits are with the hundreds of thousands of men and women that marched yesterday in every city in America — and in Melbourne!” Springsteen said with his guitar in hand.
The Women’s March on Washington is already proving to be a historic event, with the massive number of marchers from around the country far outpacing the attendance of Friday’s inauguration event in Washington, D.C.
A decade ago, I received a job offer in southern California. The money was much better than I was making in Oklahoma, but the cost of living essentially made it a wash. What prompted me to move my family to the left(wing) coast away from conservative Oklahoma was Hollywood. I had a screenplay that was nearly finished and having access to Hollywood an hour away made pitching it much easier.
In other words, I wanted to be part of Hollywood. No, I wasn’t into the glitz or the glamour. I’ve…
If there is one thing to celebrate from 2016, a year that has been very objectively and very scientifically determined to be a large, blazing garbage fire, it’s all of the great books that have been published.
With moving fiction, experimental short stories, heartfelt poetry collections and insightful memoirs, 2016 introduced us all to a bevy of great authors and literature.
A computer’s ability to accurately identify images is a white whale for many technology companies, from Baidu to Google.
One Australian startup has found a corner of the market to dominate, winning contracts with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) and IP Australia for algorithms that can detect and compare logos.