History-making test pilot Chuck Yeager turns 97 - Veterans - Stripes
Crimea, Kashmir, Korea — Google redraws disputed borders, depending on who's looking - The Washington Post
Google's corporate mission is "to organize the world's information," but it also bends it to its will. From Argentina to the United Kingdom to Iran, the world's borders look different depending on where you're viewing them from. That's because Google — and other online mapmakers — simply change them.
Majority of New Hampshire Democrats Would Prefer a Meteor Extinguish 'All Human Life' Than Trump Get Re-Elected: Poll
The poll was conducted by The University of Massachusetts Lowell between Jan. 28 and Jan. 31, 2020. Online polling organization YouGov polled a data set of 400 likely New Hampshire Democratic primary voters with a margin of error of 6.4%.
This is pretty funny, or maybe not funny at all. A German "performance artist" put a pile of working mobile phones in a little red wagon, pulled it down the middle of a street, and created a virtual traffic jam on Google maps.
The not-so-funny part: Traffic was diverted around the blocked spot. Hopefully, none of the traffic included an ambulance.
A wagon and 99 phones: How to create a pseudo traffic jam on Google Maps - Roadshow