Cursive loyalists lament the loss of cursive teaching in schools. WSJ’s Andy Jordan reports from San Francisco.
Former civil rights activist and educator “Miss Minnie”, first profiled by WSJ at President Obama’s 2009 inauguration, offers her perspective on how Obama has done over the past four years.Continue readingObama So Far? Miss Minnie Talks Perspective
To be hip at Silicon Valley startups these days, one must leave the flip-flops and hoodies at home and dress up on Fridays. WSJ’s Andy Jordan reports from San FranciscoContinue readingCasual Fridays Go Formal
The iconic London Eye has been turned into a social media “mood ring” for the Olympics games, portraying in a light show the mood of the British people during the games, as interpreted through data analysis of Tweets. WSJ’s Andy Jordan reports from London. … Continue readingHidden Message In London Eye
For those without a ticket at the London games, there’s another option. A game design group, Hide&Seek, has placed 99 “Tiny Games” in each of London’s 33 boroughs. They’re meant to be happened upon, and as WSJ’s Andy Jordan finds out, they can lead to some random and funny situations. … Continue readingThe ‘Other’ Games in London
U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympic medalist ever, talks with WSJ’s Andy Jordan about what he plans to do in retirement, whether he would ever swim in open water races, and even whether he has ever relieved himself in the pool.
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The Second Act Of Jim McGreevey 12/20/2011 7:07:39 PM Seven years after resigning in scandal as governor of New Jersey, Jim McGreevey is ministering to prisoners and pushing for reformContinue readingFrom Disgrace To Living “In Grace”
Klout gives users of Facebook, Twitter and other social networks a score based on their online influence. WSJ’s Andy Jordan looks at how the score is calculated, what it meansContinue readingThe Measured Life: What’s Your Klout Score?
Is iPhone Losing Its Cool Factor? 10/3/2011 3:24:38 PM Data show Apple has been losing younger iPhone users and attracting older users. WSJ’s Andy Jordan examines the “Android Factor” andContinue readingHas The iPhone Lost Its Cool Factor?
No Office? Not a Problem 10/3/2011 7:50:50 PM Common workspaces are spurring innovation and providing start-ups with the collaborative atmosphere one might find in academic settings, but with more opportunityContinue readingNo Office? Not A Problem