Greetings Webtaculators! Hooray! It’s Daylight Saving Time again! We finally get our afternoons back! Given, waking up for work tomorrow will be awful (basically it means I’ll be up at what my body will think is 4:30 AM), but I’ll take a little tiredness for my precious sun time. That is if it ever stops raining. On to the news.
STORY OF THE WEEK (3 min. read)
What:Do Not Pass Go, Do Not Collect $1,000,000
Why: Because Go was previously considered to be an unwinnable game for AI – until now.
ECONOMIC THING OF THE WEEK (10 min. read)
Why: Because communication in the workplace is changing.
LAW THING OF THE WEEK (3 min. read)
What: The Forgotten Amendments
Why: Because there have been over 11,000 proposals to amend the Constitution.
SPORTS THING OF THE WEEK (3 min. look)
Why: Because this is college basketball at its best.
MOVIE THING OF THE WEEK (4 min. read)
What: The Potential For Franchises
Why: Because 10 Cloverfield Lane only slightly relates to the movie Cloverfield released 8 years ago.
MUSIC THING OF THE WEEK (5 min. read)
What: The Fifth Beatle
Why: Because George Martin was one of the most influential producers in rock. RIP.
PHOTOGRAPHY THING OF THE WEEK (5 min. look)
What: Solar Eclipse Of The Camera
Why: Because solar eclipses look awesome.
LITERATURE THING OF THE WEEK (4 min. watch)
What: Dune In 4 Minutes
Why: Because the Dune series is one of the most sprawling SciFi series in existence, and this does a decent job of deconstructing its convoluted and slightly ridiculous story.
GAME THING OF THE WEEK (4 min. read)
What: More Good Games
Why: Because the British Academy of Film and Television Arts actually treats games like art – and its awards show it.
THING YOU SHOULD GET BRIAN OF THE WEEK
What: World’s Largest Cruise Ship
Why: Because Brian deserves it.
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