The Post’s Jason Horowitz talks about the new pope from Rome last night on MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow Show
Ray Clark is proof that it’s never too late to start exercising.
As he turned 102 last week, Clark was able to curl 40 pounds, work out vigorously on a rowing machine and deftly pluck bouncing eight-pound kettle bells from the air with the hand-eye coordination of a much younger man.
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Congrats to our own @coryhaik, who was just named one of the top 50 female innovators in online media. journalism.co.uk recognized these women in honor of International Women’s Day. See the full list here.
As executive producer for digital news at The Post, Cory has been instrumental in the launch of the Truth Teller Prototype and coordinating digital efforts behind the presidential inauguration and Election Day 2012.
“We’ve reached a tipping point in robotics.” The possibility is to run a factory “all while you are sleeping”.
-Daniela Rus, director of MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.
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All it takes is a snow day to separate the essential personnel from those who simply wish they were, reports Washington Post reporter Emily Wax.
In this sequester era of looming job cuts and furloughs for federal employees and contractors, being anything but essential is a frightening prospect.
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