As we discussed last week, there’s a resurgence in collectibles investing, but if you’re nerds like us you’ve known this for years. From when I picked up my first pack of Donruss ’84 Baseball cards to when I bought my first Magic: The Gathering decks in 1994, trading cards have been in and out of my life for years.
The 25-foot tall (7.6 meter) sculpture of a shark crashing through the roof of Magnus Hanson-Heine’s house in rural Oxford, England, is now a protected landmark — and he’s not happy about it.
Waymo’s self-driving ride-hailing service is branching out to San Francisco.
Things have been so hectic recently between the sociopolitical, international, and entertainment news that it has been hard to focus on the little things. For example, did you realize we’ve had our first day of spring? That’s right, it was March 20, 2022. You know what that means? Warmer temperatures and bugs!
The European Union set the stage for a stepped-up crackdown on big tech companies with an agreement on landmark digital rules to rein in online “gatekeepers” such as Google and Facebook parent Meta.