In today's point/counterpoint segment, we'll debate the merits of Banksy's monthlong "artist residency" in New York and the whitewashing of art in the streets.
In today's point/counterpoint segment, we'll debate the merits of Banksy's month-long "artist residency" in New York and the whitewashing of art in the streets.
Or, Bloggers Can Be Artists Too.
Bridget Carey is in for Justin Yu on today's show talking about the series of unfortunate tweets that are plaguing Twitter these days, glow-in-the-dark highways in the Netherlands, and how you can buy Google Glass today only.
If you know what this is and where it's located, you could win a prize in the CNET Road Trip Picture of the Week challenge.
Ashton Kutcher, he of more than 6 million Twitter followers, apparently has his account hacked at the TED conference. Strangely, he seems to have done nothing about it.
Bespoke Innovations is forever changing the way amputees feel about themselves--and altering how the world looks at them.
New video for a U.K. DJ makes one wonder what the city would be like if graffiti murals--and other things--"came to life" and told their stories.
A group called Freedom from Porn plasters iPad ads with graphic overlays, apparently to protest Steve Jobs' view that the device should be porn free.
A fake Steve Jobs account that made waves when it was quoted by a reporter thinking it was the real Steve Jobs was removed from Twitter. It's back up, but is that permanent?