Did Prehistoric People Watch the Stars Through This 6,000 Year Old ‘Telescope’?

Prehistoric humans may have observed the sky via primitive lens-less “telescopes,” according to a team of British astronomers who have studied the long passageways of ancient megalithic tombs. The details were presented today by Kieran Simcox, a student at Nottingham Trent University, at a meeting of the Royal Astronomical Society. Read more… Uncategorized All articles […] Read more »

2008: The Year that Drove Volkswagen Over The Ethical Cliff

The public has learned the “how” of Volkswagen’s deception involving the emissions of its “clean diesel” vehicles, but they are still asking the $ 18 billion question, why? The answer will probably unfold over the course of a televised congressional hearing, and the reasons will likely be numerous. But it’s clear that events in the […] Read more »

One Year Later: Build vs. Buy Your Marketing Cloud

Nothing gets a room of techies going like a good old build versus buy debate. That was the case last year at the first Marketing Technology Conference in Boston. We continued the conversation here in a two-part series (Part 1 and Part 2 ). Continue reading… Follow us on Twitter Get our newsletter View upcoming events […] Read more »