My first engineering physics course in college convinced me to learn Russian and major in political science.
But I still remember the lecture about potential energy because the professor used a functioning miniature roller coaster to explain how pulling the cars to the top of the first hill created potential energy, which then became kinetic energy as the coaster started down the hill.
Each month, we take a dive into comScore's numbers on U.S. online viewing habits. But this month, we have some data on the viewing behavior of our neighbors down south. Among the findings, Mexico leads in online video, watching an average of 14 hours in August.
Tablets, smartphones, desktops, TVs. With so many gadgets at their fingertips, viewers are watching online video on a bevy of connected gadgets.