Because creative minds have to have fun, the office has transformed into a haunted work zone for Halloween. So far we have seen some devil's, Cleopatra, a genie, Winnie the Pooh and Dr. Horrible, but there are still plenty more haunts and tricks waiting to happen.
On Sunday, October 7, 2012, runners from all 50 states and over 100 countries came out to Chicago to compete in The Bank of America Chicago Marathon. The marathon is held yearly and is one of the five World Marathon Majors and has approximately 37,455 runners competing this year. Among those runners was one of Breakthrough's developers, Christopher Nolden.
To some, the term “hackers” conjures images of coders surrounded by pizza boxes and hunched over keyboards.
Each year, CTB/McGraw-Hill sponsors art workshops across the country to celebrate students and their achievements. This year, they showcased the artwork of students from Gulfstream Elementary, Miami-Dade County Public Schools in Miami, Florida, and Garfield Elementary School in Kansas City Missouri.
Keeping track of how often you should water your houseplants can be challenging for most people. Now imagine being responsible for hundreds of acres of crops susceptible to pests, government mandates, and unexpected weather conditions. Soybean farmers don’t have to imagine any of these difficulties – they’re living it.