Today, mere blocks away from Scribd headquarters, the celebration was already beginning in the shadows of the beautifully gilded San Francisco City Hall.
This morning, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down two landmark rulings with major implications in the fight for equality among same-sex couples. Read more
It’s one of the most penultimate moments in American military history.
Never in history had two major military factions – the American and British, combined for such a massive mission. It was the largest full-scale amphibious assault in history comprised of aerial, nautical and land support. Read more
Nineteen minutes after Neil Armstrong stepped onto the lunar surface, Buzz Aldrin emerged.
The year was 1969.
See the child before the disability.
That is the request of UNICEF’s flagship report – The State of the World’s Children, released this morning on Scribd.
The 2013 report focuses on children with disabilities, the most marginalized in the world, and aims to focus on helping them lead meaningful lives free of stigma and discrimination. Read more
Do you ever wonder? What makes that tree so high, or how a large ship travels through the ocean?
Origins of Form is about the shape of things. What limits the height of a tree? Why is a large ship or office building more efficient than a small one? Read more
Yesterday, the nation watched in horror as a 2-mile-wide tornado struck the city of Moore, a major metropolitan area just outside of Oklahoma City, Okla.