Tuesday Aug 5
Silicon Alley Insider
Here's How Much America's Biggest States Go To The Movies
Californians see a whole lot more movies than people in Pennsylvania, according to data from the Motion Picture Association of America Opinion Research Corporation, couldn't tell us how much people liked movies in the rest of the states, but this chart is interesting in itself.
Tuesday Aug 5
P rez introduces Resolution on Central American Immigrants
Today, with the Legislature back from summer recess, Majority Leader Manuel PA©rez has introduced a resolution calling for the humane treatment of the displaced Central American children seeking refuge in California.
P.F. Chang's reveals more details on data breach
While it hasn't yet determined if any specific person's credit card data was stolen, the restaurant chain has isolated the attack to 33 locations and specific time frames.
Extreme Drought Spreads, Worsens in Parched California
Exceptional drought conditions expanded this week to include more than half of California, marking a significant increase over just one week for a state in the middle of a third-consecutive dry year.
The yin and the yang of grass
While bone-dry Californians are resorting to spray-painting their parched lawns green, one yard in Alabama had too much water, resulting in an odd "sod-surfing" video.
3M Names J. Fletcher Creamer & Son Authorized Scotchkote Pipe Liner 2400 Applicator
Scotchkote liner 2400 is applied only by authorized applicators. This program helps to ensure consistency in procedures, product application and product performance.
Rules Committee recommends changing jury selection
Maryland attorneys should be permitted to ask a prospective juror questions designed to elicit answers to help the lawyers decide whether to strike him or her from the jury pool without having to give a reason for the dismissal, the Judiciary's rules committee recommended to the state's top court last week.