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Dahinter ein kluger Kopf, darauf einen Korn (in nicht gesundheits-schädlicher Qualität)

Hinter der FAZ steckt ja seit 1964 immer ein kluger Kopf. Fakt. Heute wollte der Kuno auch mal dazugehören und sich zumindest faz.net via Laptop vor den Kopf halten. 388 more words

Notiz

London ePrix: Can Mahindra and Venturi cause some upsets?

Can these two teams be the dark horses of the London ePrix?

Mahindra Racing

Mahindra could be the team to look out for at the London ePrix. 516 more words

Motorsport

Leseratte zu Leseratte, Vollmeise zu Vollmeise

Kurze Frage: Wie kann es eigentlich sein, dass die Hobbygenetiker Thilo Sarrazin und Adolf Hitler über Wochen hinweg die Bestsellerliste (Sachbuch) anführen?

Der eine so: „Sehr robust ist die Erkenntnis, dass kulturfremde Einwanderung das soziale Kapital einer Gesellschaft vermindert.“ Weil „Unterschiede in der kognitiven Kompetenz von Ethnien“ bestehen. 42 more words

Notiz

Long Beach ePrix: Antonio Felix da Costa takes pole position under the Californian sun

Sam Bird was disappointed to start P2 after setting the fastest time in the initial qualifying sessions.

Antonio Felix da Costa has stormed to pole position at the Long Beach ePrix. 256 more words

Motorsport

The Sirens of “Jerry Cod”

Every Wednesday, and like a lot of towns around France, we were treated to an alert horn. An old tradition from the Second World War, when powerful sirens were tested at noon; the urban legend said that one was just a test, two an accident, three casualties and of course 10 or 12 meant nuclear fallout, post cold war obliging. 400 more words

Stories

FE: The Putrajaya ePrix was crazy

Formula E has a tendency to throw up some crazy events but the recent Putrajaya ePrix was particularly special. To illustrate just how unpredictable the race was, Stephane Sarrazin started from the pitlane about a minute behind everybody else but still finished in 4th. 24 more words

Formula E

John Maeda: Unconventional Design Thinking

John Maeda: Unconventional Design Thinking

By Shlomo Maital

     John Maeda has had a remarkable career, in computer science at MIT, and MIT Media Lab, then as head of the famed Rhode Island School of Design, now as a partner in Kleiner Perkins. 265 more words

Innovation Blog