In my early twenties I lived on the third floor of an apartment building that housed a group of young adults who were attending the local school for the blind. They were wild. My roommates and I would hear them running down the open air hallways at top speed at random times of the day and night. I don't think they could have fallen over the side but I mean it's the third floor AND they can't see anything!
If you have ever been to Seattle and Portland, you might've seen lime screen scooters whisking riders from place to place.
The company that pioneered that concept is now eyeing Kennewick as its next place of expansion.
While some are rather droll about the upcoming solar eclipse Monday, it's worth noting in our region we are going to be dark, and it's the first such eclipse that will actually be seen from coast to coast in 100 years.
Flappy Bird recently took over most mobile users attention spans, but a new title called 2048 is making it's way to people's touch screens. It's a knock off of a knock off, but the game is perfect for taking up any kind of boring moments you might need to endure in life.
If you have a tablet or smart phone, then you have probably downloaded the free game 'Flappy Bird'. If you want to keep the super basic, yet couch-slappingly-frustrating game, make sure to not delete it from your device! As of Sunday, Feb. 9, it is no longer available in either the Apple or Google app stores.
Now, iPhones that have already installed the most thumb cramping game ever are being sold