Since the release of the bigger, sharper iPhone 6 and 6 Plus last September, Apple has seen an increase in the number of people downloading books onto iPhones through its iBooks app. Some 45% of iBooks purchases are now downloaded onto iPhones, an Apple spokeswoman said. Before that, only 28% were downloaded onto phones, with most of the remainder downloaded onto iPads and a small percentage onto computers.
The greatest threat to our “way of life” is not migration. It is that we will swallow the lie that some human lives matter less than others.
How a ragtag group of young coders skirted the studio and created a pop culture sensation that’s still standing two decades later.
All over America, people have put small ‘give one, take one’ book exchanges in front of their homes. Then they were told to tear them down.
Imagine the day when we finally receive a signal from an extraterrestrial intelligence, only to find that there’s a message embedded within. Given that we don’t speak the same language, how could we ever hope to make sense of it? We spoke to the experts to find out.
This is funnier than it should be.
How long was Harry and the rest of the Connick Jrs working for the Taliban?