Mark Millar s Kick-Ass isn t just making a return—it s doing so without its main character, Dave Lizewski, in the Kick-Ass role.Revealed by The Hollywood Reporter, the new Kick-Ass monthly series will feature an entirely new supporting cast, and won t be set in New York—but the biggest change about the series will be the fact that the person behind Kick-Ass green-and-yellow mask will be an African-American woman although no further details about her have been released yet .Millar—who will write the first arc of the series alongside John Romita Jr. on art, before handing over the reigns to writer Daniel Way—wants to make Kick-Ass a legacy comic, where the story comes before the identity of whoever is in the costume:Kick-Ass is like James Bond or Doctor Who where with a new face and a new situation and it suddenly feels very exciting.Every four volumes or so I want a different person in the mask.Makes sense, especially as, as Miller hinted at, this isn t the first time he s returned to the series after it originally ended in 2010; he spearheaded both a Kick-Ass 2 ongoing and a Kick-Ass 3 miniseries between 2010 and 2013.The next volume of Kick-Ass begins in January 2017—alongside the first issue of a new ongoing Hit Girl series from Millar and Rafael Albuquerque.
The technique was developed by a company called Optomec in Albuquerque, New Mexico.It lets factories reconfigure the whole production line – to produce a new antenna design, say – just by rewriting the code that controls the printing system see Data on the floor .The ability to print electronics on this scale means sensors could be embedded in everything Optomec s process can be adapted to all other tech – it s really cutting edge, says Woo Soo Kim, who studies printed electronics at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada.3D printing has existed mainly in the lab until now.Data on the floorA more flexible production process see main story opens the door to automated factories managed by software.Silicon Valley start-up dfxMachina – founded by Anna Shedletsky, who led the team behind the Apple Watch – is planning to apply machine learning to the factory floor.
This entire nearly hour-long conversation between writing luminaries George R. R. Martin and Stephen King is well worth listening to in its entirety, but before that: skip to around 50:08 and hear Martin ask the one question he s always wanted to put to King.It s worth it.The interview comes from a recent event in Albuquerque, New Mexico that s been recently made available online, and Martin s demand to know how King writes so many books, so fast isn t just cute—especially considering Martin s own infamous writing pace when it comes to A Song of Ice and Fire—but a really interesting insight into how the two writers approach their work ethic.King just writes and writes and writes, regardless of if it ll end up being cut or not.Martin, on the other hand, prefers to take his time.Via EW
Retail storesBest Buy and GameStop are Sony s initial retail partners for the preview program, and since both retailers have stores in every major metropolitan area in the country, it shouldn t be too difficult to find one within driving distance.Hours are also limited: because of the highly personal nature of the hardware, demonstrations will only be available when Sony staff members are on site at specific times and dates, often only a sliver of the store s operating hours.A $500 PlayStation VR bundle, including the PlayStation VR Worlds game, two Move controllers, and a PlayStation Camera add-on is already being sold as a pre-order.A more robust version of the PlayStation 4 called the PS4 Neo has been confirmed by Sony, but release and technical information has not been verified.If you don t see a time or date that you can manage at the moment, don t worry, the program will continue for several months at least, and there will be more demonstrations beyond the currently-posted dates.The remaining tour dates are as follows:EventDatesCity, StateSummerfestJune 29 – July 3Milwaukee, WIMLB ASG FanfestJuly 8 – 12San Diego, CAJamboree In the HillsJuly 14 – 17Belmont, OHSioux Falls Air ShowJuly 23 – 24Sioux Falls, SDHARD Summer Music FestJuly 29 – 31Los Angeles, CAMusikfestAugust 5 – 14Bethlehem, PATBAAugust 19 – 21TBAAugust 27 – 28BumbershootSeptember 2 – 4Seattle, WAGameStop EXPOSeptember 11 – 14Anaheim, CAKAABOO Del MarSeptember 16 – 18San Diego, CATBASeptember 23 – 25TBASeptember 30 – October 2International Balloon FiestaOctober 5 – 9Albuquerque, NMTBAOctober 22 – 23TBAOctober 28 – 30TBANovember 4 – 6TBANovember 11 – 13More dates may be posted as the summer continues – there are large gaps in the tour calendar at the time of writing.
Damien Hyatt, 23, left, and his brother, Eron Hyatt, 21, right, walk through an office park in Albuquerque in 93-degree heat on Tuesday, July 12, 2016, while playing "Pokemon Go."Law enforcement agencies nationwide has issued warnings that users playing the "augmented reality" game while roaming through the physical world searching for virtual Pokemon creatures to catch should watch where they are going and avoid going on private property.The addictive cellphone game "Pokemon Go" has led people to unlikely places to collect digital monsters — including the gates of a Central California ranch that houses alcoholics and sex offenders.KSBY-TV reports that the game has a "Pokestop" at the outdoor sign of Sunny Acres, a San Luis Obispo sober-living facility for the homeless, recovering drug and alcohol addicts, the mentally ill and released sex offenders.Founder Dan De Vaul tells the Los Angeles Times that no "Pokemon Go" players have shown up, and he doesn't want them there, especially children.De Vaul says some residents might be put at risk of violating parole conditions.
View photosIn this Wednesday, July 13, 2016 photo a charging station, center, at the Sandia Peak Inn along Albuquerque's Route 66 sits behind an American Indian statue, in N.M. Route 66, a highway made famous for attracting gas-guzzling Chevrolet Bel Airs traveling from Chicago to Los Angeles, is seeing a growing number of electric car charging stations along the 2,500-mile path, and some states are even pushing for solar panels and electric buses.ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. AP — Route 66, the historic U.S. highway made famous for attracting gas-guzzling Chevrolet Bel Airs and 1957 Cadillacs traveling from Chicago to Los Angeles, is turning green.The Mother Road has seen in recent months a growing number of electric car charging stations along the 2,500-mile path, and some states even are pushing for solar panels and electric buses.In Illinois, where Route 66 begins, the state has installed a network of electric vehicle charging station from Lake Michigan to the Mississippi River.BMW, Mitsubishi, and Nissan are supporting the $1 million effort with technical help from the University of California at Davis.Under the experiment, roadways would be embedded with solar panels to provide energy to nearby rest stops.
View photosFILE - This Nov. 14, 2014, file photo, shows a board with the Facebook logo inside the new Facebook data centers in Altoona, Iowa.Facebook has chosen a village on the edge of New Mexico's largest metropolitan area as the location for its new data center, an announcement that spread quickly Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2016, as elected officials celebrated a hard-sought win that could have ripple effects for the state's struggling economy.News of the social media giant's decision to build in Los Lunas, just south of Albuquerque, comes after a roller-coaster contest between New Mexico and Utah to attract the facility.Charlie Litchfield/The Des Moines Register via AP, File MoreALBUQUERQUE, N.M. AP — Facebook has chosen a village on the edge of New Mexico's largest metropolitan area as the location for its new data center, an announcement that spread quickly Wednesday as elected officials celebrated a hard-fought win that could have ripple effects for the state's struggling economy.New Mexico wasn't on the radar before that August 2015 meeting.
A man holds a Pepe the Frog sign at a Trump campaign rally in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on 30 October 2016.Furie has launched the SavePepe campaign in an attempt to transform the cartoon frog from a symbol of hate used by racist Donald Trump supporters to a symbol of peace.He s urging people to flood the internet with their own peaceful or nice versions of Pepe to claw the character back from the alt-right.We are in uncharted territory right now, said Furie, an artist and author of children s books as well as a Hillary Clinton supporter, But I have to take some responsibility for him because he s like my kid or something.Furie created Pepe back in 2005 as one of four anthropomorphic characters in a comic book called Boy s Club to amuse his friends at work.All the characters are an extension of different parts of my personality, but particularly Pepe.
Demolitions crews in Albuquerque, New Mexico just discovered a time capsule from 1968 near a former elementary school.And based on the messages discovered inside, some kids of the late 1960s had a pretty creepy vision for the future.Some of the letters discovered in the 1968 capsule are, of course, from kids who wrote about their favourite TV shows Lost in Space and their favorite bands The Monkees .But one kid named Greg Lee Youngman wrote about how he s actually dead.I go to Montgomery School.You auto now I dead.
Demolitions crews in Albuquerque, New Mexico just discovered a time capsule from 1968 near a former elementary school.And based on the messages discovered inside, some kids of the late 1960s had a pretty creepy vision for the future.Some of the letters discovered in the 1968 capsule are, of course, from kids who wrote about their favourite TV shows Lost in Space and their favorite bands The Monkees .But one kid named Greg Lee Youngman wrote about how he s actually dead.I go to Montgomery School.You auto now I dead.
Too bad he can t call on his eventual Breaking Bad alter ego, Saul Goodman, to come bail him out if things get exceedingly dire for Slippin Jimmy in season three, which will begin airing in early 2017 on AMC.Digital Trends got on the line with both Gilligan and Gould I was assured they were not, in fact, sharing a pay phone receiver on a random street corner in Albuquerque, New Mexico to discuss Saul s strong character motivations, their mutual obsession with a production technique called color timing, and the chances of Bryan Cranston directing a season three episode.Digital Trends: When I spoke with Bob Odenkirk about Better Call Saul last year, he said you guys were trying to make something good that had an integrity and an honesty to it.We put off the low-hanging fruit in order to earn it, if that makes any sense.Gould: But having said that, one of the wonderful things is if you follow the logic of the show, sometimes it takes you to wonderful places.If you re willing to look for it, one thing leads to another.
If you live south of the Equator or in any of the countries that light up green in the map above, you re good.Keep on living there because you don t squat next to any nuclear weapons.But if you re in the countries painted red—like the United States, Germany, Russia, China, India, etc.—you might live closer to a nuclear bomb than you think.It s a little scary how many nukes are stored near major cities.For example, the US stores its nukes in 10 states in addition to a few bystander countries in Europe .Some of them are within spitting distance of cities like Seattle 18 miles away from a facility , Kansas City 55 miles , Denver 77 miles , and Albuquerque with just happens to have the biggest facility within its city limits .
More than just a ragtag group of bearded weirdos assembled for a family portrait in Albuquerque, this gaggle of amazingly retro folks is responsible for creating Microsoft.Maybe you spotted a precocious Bill Gates in the lower left?Look at that killer head of hair!The photo was taken just before the then-startup left Albuquerque for Seattle.Unsurprisingly, Microsoft couldn't find anyone willing to move to New Mexico.Early employee Bob Greenberg, pictured in the middle, won the free portrait after calling in to a radio show and guessing the name of an assassinated president.The gang gathered together in some of their finest late-'70s attire, and an American business legend was born.Most of us know what happened with the two guys in the bottom left and bottom right corners — Bill Gates, and Paul Allen.But what about the rest?Let's dig in!Jay Yarow contributed to an earlier version of this story.
In a press release writing company that it has acquired the rights to the game This is the police from the belarusian studio Weappy.This is the police give the player the ability to steer a law through a story and has so far sold over 165,000 copies."We are pleased to announce that This is the Police now can be added to our growing portfolio of brands.Before the acquisition was THQ Nordic publisher for the title.In close cooperation with our friends at the Weappy, we are working to make this outstanding title is available also for consoles and mobile devices in 2017," said Lars Wingefors, ceo at THQ Nordic, in the press release.THQ Nordic currently has a market capitalization of over sek 2.3 billion and is listed on the aktiehandelsplatsen First north.
Our fate is written in the stars, so the old stories go.The idea stems from a subtle effect of quantum physics demonstrated by the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen EPR experiment.The statistical behavior of a quantum system is governed by the laws of quantum theory, but the specific outcome of a particular measurement is indefinite until it s actually performed.One of the more subtle effects related to this property is known as entanglement, when two quantum objects have some kind of connection that allows you to gain information about object A by only interacting with object B.As a basic example, suppose I took a pair of shoes and sent one shoe to my brother in Cleveland, and the other to my sister in Albuquerque.Knowing what a prankster I am, when my sister opens the package and finds a left shoe, she immediately knows her brother was sent the right one.
The 89th Academy Awards are set to air Sunday, Feb. 26, beginning at 7 p.m.ET with red carpet coverage and the awards at 8:30 p.m. on ABC.Movie fans who ve endured months of trailers and ad campaigns ― and also forgone cable subscriptions ― will have a tougher time, however, tuning in legally .Live-streaming through and the ABC app is available on iOS and Android devices along with streaming devices including Apple TV, Fire TV and Roku.But you ve got to have a cable subscription and be geographically situated in select areas: Chicago, Fresno, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Raleigh-Durham and San Francisco.ABC states that DirecTV subscribers will also be able to access the live-stream in a few cities: Albuquerque, Boston, Ft. Smith/Fayetteville, Jackson Mississippi , Kansas City, Milwaukee, Monterey-Salinas, Oklahoma City, Omaha, Pittsburgh, Portland-Auburn Maine , Savannah and West Palm Beach.
the move to albuquerque Stillfront is behind the game Unravel and is listed on the aktiehandelslistan First North.After the release of Unravel the company showed its best quarter ever.Then the turnover to 25 million with a profit of 2.5 million during the first three months of 2016.the Company has a market capitalization of almost half a billion crowns.In a press release said the company now that it's secured bond loan of 110 million."We are very pleased with the great interest that investors have shown for Stillfront and our business model.
On tisdagmorgonen announced the media group MTG to pungat out closer to a half a billion u.s. dollars to buy the move to albuquerque Kongregate.the San Francisco company has over 14 million active users a month and has over 100,000 games on its site.the Bookmaker will be included in the business area of MTGx.There are also spelfestivalen Dreamhack and the world's largest e-sportliga ESL – two of MTG's major investments in recent years.“It has always been a part of our plan to build a strong game store, also where we can combine the good aspects of intellectual property rights with the strong publishers.Kongregate is a great publisher that has a great relationship with the app store”, says Arnd Benninghoff, ceo of MTGx.
This worry motivates AOL co-founder Steve Case: America’s prosperity could be at risk if venture capital continues to flow to Silicon Valley and other elite tech hubs at the expense of the rest of the country.An economic evangelist for America’s heartland, Case, 58, in recent years has been on a mission to redirect critical investment to innovators in places like Cincinnati, Des Moines and Albuquerque.At a special public event, Case will listen to eight central Pennsylvania entrepreneurs pitch their ideas.Vance, a venture capitalist best known for his top-selling memoir Hillbilly Elegy.After a day here, Case’s tour will move on to Ann Arbor, Michigan; Indianapolis, Indiana; Columbus, Ohio, and Green Bay, Wisconsin.It’s his third year of boarding the bus and banging the drum for tech startups in fly-over country.
BT TV has landed in Gloucestershire’s town of Saul in a very British themed promotion of Breaking Bad spin off Better Call Saul.An office for the renegade lawyer Jimmy, played by comedian Bob Odenkirk, has been installed in a British phone box in the town of Saul, affording locals many a photo opportunity.Dubbed as the wayward legal representative’s international office, the character put out a ‘statement’, penned by comms agency Unity, targeting a number out archaic laws, “it being illegal to fly a kite in a park in an annoying manner,” “sing or chant rude football chants in the street” and “be drunk and in a public place”.It continues: “I am proud to announce the first J M McGill Attorney at Law office outside of Albuquerque.I have chosen England as my new base after finding out that those folks with a stiff upper lip have some ridiculous laws.Only within England and Wales can someone get into legal trouble for having one too many drinks, vacuuming in the evening, dressing up as a sailor and even flying a kite in a park… crazy Brits.”