You choose, we deliver
If you are interested in this story, you might be interested in others from The Journal Gazette. Go to www.journalgazette.net/newsletter and pick the subjects you care most about. We'll deliver your customized daily news report at 3 a.m. Fort Wayne time, right to your email.

Editorials

  • Standard bearers
     When Rep. P. Eric Turner faced a review for intervening behind closed doors in legislation in which he had a clear financial interest, it was a panel of his own colleagues who ruled there was no violation of state ethics law.
  • Standard bearers
     When Rep. P. Eric Turner faced a review for intervening behind closed doors in legislation in which he had a clear financial interest, it was a panel of his own colleagues who ruled there was no violation of state ethics law.
  • Collateral damage
    Some day, it will all be over. That's the only nugget of hope extractable from Huntertown's many-fronted battle to develop its own sewage-treatment system.
Advertisement

Furthermore …

One IU player’s perspective

Hoosier fans tuned in to the NBA draft last week to see how Victor Oladipo would fare. The best watching came later, however, when the IU standout’s own perspective was revealed from his Google Glass video.

The Verge, a website devoted to technology, science, art and culture, fitted Oladipo with the camera-equipped eyewear to record the event. The video, at theverge.com, shows him learning to use the device, which combines a camera and screen with Internet technology. There’s footage of his ride to the Barclay’s Center, where he greets ex-teammate Cody Zeller.

Unfortunately, NBA representatives direct Oladipo to remove the eyewear before he takes the stage with Commissioner David Stern. He told The Verge he wouldn’t risk a fine on his first day with the league.

Too bad – wouldn’t we all like to see what it feels like to shake hands with Stern and instantly become a millionaire?

Advertisement