Every year, Microsoft Research hosts Techfest to display experimental technologies they are working on to other Microsoft employees in hopes of inspiring practical applications. Here are some of the technologies that were on display.
Fueled by the announcement that Seattle police Officer Ian Birk would not face criminal charges, protesters marched from Westlake Center to the place where John T. Williams was shot, then throughout the downtown area.
As fame for his dribbling skills rapidly increases, Beaver Lake Middle School student Jordan McCabe, 12, hosted Curly Neal and Rocket Rivers at his school to perform with them for fellow students.
Ben Huh, CEO of the Cheezburger Network, offers tips on how to write good captions for photos on the network’s sites, such as icanhascheezburger.com and failblog.org.
With the Seattle Seahawks entering the playoffs, The Seattle Times will be printing a special Seahawks hat. We had some fun and asked two Sea Gals to demonstrate how to assemble and use it. Sea Gals Stephanie and Shelly demonstrate how to assemble and wear a Seahawks fan hat. The hat will be included in…
With the cooperation of the Lake Stevens football team, Ike Ditzenberger, who has Down syndrome and plays for the Snohomish High School football team, scored a 51-yard touchdown during a September 24 game at Snohomish.
One of the greatest parts of working at The Seattle Times is the talented people I get to work with. I have so much respect for the staffers and am honored to be able to work alongside and learn from them. Here is a piece I put together featuring a few members of the photography…
Evelyn Huff, of Shelton, Wash., co-founded the Adopt-A-Home program, helping residents in Ocean Springs, Miss. rebuild and recover from the effects of Hurricane Katrina.
Seattle’s new Roman Catholic Archbishop, the Most Rev. J. Peter Sartain, is officially installed during a special mass at St. James Cathedral on Wednesday, December 1, 2010.
According to Melvin Jones, his life before meeting Jennifer Annable and Kasey Porrier was on a “downhill slope.” A sophomore at Chief Sealth High School with zero credits, he was on a path to dropping out. With help, Jones was able to change course and is now planning on graduating from Portland State University in…