Will you survive the logged-in user revolution? If you don’t think identity plays a significant role in user experience, think again. Case in point: I was recently browsing my favorite footwear site on my smartphone for the perfect pair of shoes, but when I returned to purchase my pair of choice via desktop, I had to spend upwards of 10 minutes trying to find it again.
DoD establishes institute tasked with regrowing body parts - Eng Apparently not satisfied with simply building robotic body parts, the Department of Defense has now announced a brand new effort that it hopes will one day allow it to regrow actual body parts. Dubbed the Armed Forces Institute of Regenerative Medicine (or AFIRM), the new group will explore the use of stem cell research, among other things, to "reconstruct new skin, muscles and tendons, and even ears, noses and fingers." Or, as the Army surgeon general that'll be overseeing the program puts it: if an animal like a salamander can regrow a lost tail or limb, "Why can't a mammal do the same thing?"
DESOLATION JONES #1: Author’s Commentary This is intended as something like a commentary track on a DVD, not a story guide. You’ll need to own a copy of DESOLATION JONES #1 to make sense of it. If you don’t have a copy, and your local store’s out, I’d suggest using a mailorder service like Khepri in North America, or emailing email@example.com in the UK and asking for one. Comments rendered like this are actual excerpts from the script. PAGE ONE: Everything on this first page is black and white. Everything is also a little spatially distorted.