The gay bar’s 1969 patron-police battle, hailed as a starting point, actually followed many events in the city, now mapped in a sites project.
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- Pride 2017: New York’s L.G.B.T.Q. Story Began Well Before Stonewall
By LIAM STACK - Monday Jun 19, 2017
- Lincoln Center Cultural Innovation Fund Awards Innovation Fund Grants
By email@example.com (Matt Sinclair) - Saturday Jun 24, 2017
The pilot grant program is designed to catalyze access to and participation in cultural opportunities in central Brooklyn and the South Bronx....
- How innovations in technology have inspired creators throughout history
By Lennox - Thursday Jun 15, 2017
We’re living in a time in which every idea, thought, and dream that comes to the mind of a creative person can be translated into real life. Through the myriad tools at their disposal, the most abstract piece of art can literally have legs by way of state-of-the-art software, 3D printers, and advanced robotics. It’s never been easier to be creative.
However, it hasn’t always been this easy — if you were born before the 1980s, you can remember a time in which the only method of bringing an idea to life was a pencil and paper.
Now we’re living in the golden age of innovation where artists have endless amounts of resources to play with. To celebrate the times we live in, here are some key moments in the recent past that have in which tech has played a role in the creative process. Read more...More about Supported, Tech, and Innovations
- Forget driving to the supermarket, this one wants to come to you instead
By Yvette Tan - Friday Jun 16, 2017
- This ethereum-based project could change how we think about digital art
By Jason Abbruzzese - Friday Jun 16, 2017
Someone owns this picture.
No, not the copyright to the picture. They own the picture itself. You can, of course, download a version, but that's just a copy. Someone owns the original. It is art, and it has an owner.
What does that mean in the digital age? That's what the guys at Larva Labs want to find out.
The image above is just one of 10,000 pieces of art released last week as part of an experiment called CryptoPunks. What makes this project unique is that each image is tied to a piece of computer code on the blockchain-based Ethereum platform. That means the owner of each piece of art is clear—and that ownership can be transferred. Read more...More about Art, Ethereum, Cryptocurrency, Business, and Innovations
- How a gang of celebrity moms is helping make sure families don't have to choose between diapers and food
By Rebecca Ruiz - Wednesday Jun 21, 2017
Earlier this month, Kerry Washington tweeted a video about dirty diapers to her 4.6 million followers.
The minute-long clip featured the Scandal star and mom of two talking not about her infant son, but about the fact that too many parents can't afford diapers and have to choose between them and other essentials like food and medicine.
"It's a crime that that would be true, that you would have to choose between feeding your kid or changing their diaper," Washington says.More about Celebrities, Social Good, Activism, Diapers, and Kerry Washington
- Last minute Father’s Day gift: Subscription boxes for the win
By Bari Blitzer - Friday Jun 16, 2017
So it’s the Friday before Father’s Day and you’re currently gift-less.
Don’t freak out.
Drop the gift idea and go for a subscription box. From geeky boxes to monthly bagel subscriptions, this list is sure to have something your dad will love.
See, you’re not lazy. You’re showing dad how much you love him every single month.
Nothing better than a NY bagel
This one’s for the dad who can’t live without the taste of a real New York bagel. From plain, poppy, cinnamon raisin, and more, half a dozen of these bagels are the perfect gift. Get it here for $24.95 per month. Read more...More about Ecommerce, Commerce, Father S Day, Mashable Shopping, and Shopping List
- The future of drone delivery depends on predicting the weather
By Bloomberg - Thursday Jun 22, 2017
Imagine a weather report so precise it provides wind-gust forecasts for individual city blocks. Such micro-weather data may soon become a reality—and a necessity for future fleets of delivery drones.
As Amazon.com Inc., United Parcel Service Inc., Domino’s Pizza Inc., and others gear up to launch autonomous drone deliveries of books, pills, and pizza, companies are realizing it’s the quality of hyperlocal weather data more than anything else that will steer their packages around storm clouds and through wind-buffeted urban canyons.
“The weather issue is a very significant one,” said Sean Cassidy, director of safety and regulatory affairs for Amazon’s drone unit. “We don’t have anything at the level of granularity that you would need to operate.” Read more...More about Weather, Drones, Meteorology, Drone Delivery, and Business