Zach Sobiech left us with the gift of his goodbye messages in the form of letters and songs. His song Clouds, uploaded in 2012, is below. Zach passed away from osteosarcoma, a rare bone cancer, in May, 2013.
Bryan Henderson logged into the free game Curiosity and broke a few cubes. Little did he know, he was about to break open more than a virtual square. What he chipped away at was the last of 25 billion (?) tiny cubes inside Curiosity.
What was so curious about the game was that,in exchange for the mind numbing task of breaking cubes, one (and only one!) lucky person would eventually break the final cube and win a prize that would be “life-changing in any measurable way.”
So what’t the prize? Henderson was rewarded with a special video (now released on YouTube) which explained to him that he would be the virtual God, the morality and final arbiter of what goes down within the game. How will this chance Henderson’s life? Well, there is also the royalties he was promised for sales of the game. Looks like the sales of the game might correspond with how wisely he rules the lands – in other words, the markets will be the final ruler of this God’s world.
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield covers Space Oddity by David Bowie from, well from space. Where else?
This dude is pretty sweet.
I love the spring in Pittsburgh. The farmers markets open up, the flower shows are in full bloom (ha ha), and live, free music seems to be playing from every plaza and park throughout the city.
It’s a great evening to visit; May Market continues until 7 tonight, and Phipps is open until 10. Stop by! bit.ly/Ni0Sak
— Phipps Conservatory(@PhippsNews) May 10, 2013
— Anders Osborne (@Anders_Osborne) May 2, 2013
Mid-week music in Market Square will begin next Wednesday, June 6!pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2012/05/11/mid…
— Downtown Pittsburgh(@DowntownPitt) May 30, 2012