November 26, 2012 - 2:18pm
Author Ray Kurzweil comes to the Kentucky Center to unravel the mysteries of the
The author of ‘How to Create a Mind’, Ray Kurzweil will participate in the Kentucky Author Forum tonight, Monday, November 26th, at the Kentucky Center for the Arts. Join him at 6pm for a journey into the mechanics of human thought.
First of all, let me just say: this article is going to be about Ray Kurzweil.  He’s an author.  And he wrote a book called How to Create a Mind: The Secret of Human Thought Revealed.  This article is about Ray Kurzweil and his booky, here, and how both will be at The Kentucky...
November 15, 2012 - 3:08pm
Dr. Stuart Williams engineers the heart at the Library
That pulpy, beating thing in your chest is important. Maybe you should think about it. Join the executive director of Louisville’s Cardiovascular Innovation Institute, Dr. Stuart Williams, as he presents on bioengineering tonight, Thursday, November 15th at the Louisville Free Public Library’s Main branch.
Let’s talk about what it takes to build a heart.Look at that – do you see? – that is a kind of zero pretense writing called “minimalism” .  My Papa would call this “cut-to-the-chase”.  My editors would call this “just-real-journalism-please-...
October 29, 2012 - 5:12pm
Free computers and lessons to parents of elementary school-aged children [Family
A program offers needy parents of elementary school-aged children free computer lessons and a free refurbished computer so they can teach their children to use them and have aid with education.
An exciting program by MUDDy Tech offers low income parents the chance to learn more about computers, and it sends them home with a refurbished computer FREE.Program participants must be recommended in by a professional, which could be a doctor, teacher, employer or someone else who can vouch for...
October 29, 2012 - 4:11pm
Bluegrass E-Cycle keeps your electronics out of landfills [Technology]
According to the EPA, 68% of people are storing electronic junk in their homes. Bluegrass E-cycle helps people keep electronic waste out of the landfills and can destroy hard drives.
The United States of America produces millions of tons of electronic waste every year. According to the Environmental Protection Agency web site, "EPA estimates that, in 2009, US consumers and businesses discarded televisions, computers, cell phones and hard copy peripherals (including...
October 25, 2012 - 1:07pm
Local Engineering space mixes food, fun, and science
Local engineers and science fans spent 24 hours engineering devices that fling food and had a face-off Sunday at their "maker space" on E. Broadway.
Let the food fights begin! LVL 1 "hacker" or "maker" space is a member-based creative science space. It is a space where people can gather to use equipment otherwise unavailable to them, network, find out about classes and more. You can go there to work on your own projects or...