With Google about to sunset Hangouts, I’ve been contemplating just how badly the company has repeatedly whiffed over the last decade when it comes to messaging.
While both traditional and non-traditional broadcasters can get audio and video streaming done right, the terrestrial radio industry continues to botch it.
After recently declaring to be done with shaking hands, I have since reconsidered and have for better or for worse, resumed with the traditional custom.
Reflecting on Les Grobstein, the one-of-a-kind Chicago broadcaster and sports enthusiast who unexpectedly passed away over the weekend.
The casting of King Edward VIII in season three of “The Crown” by Derek Jacobi in place of Alex Jennings was a royal mistake.
I am well aware that I am a klutz. Unfortunately, I was recently reminded that I can be subject to the silliest of bodily harm even without my own doing.
As a germaphobe, I had hoped that in our COVID adapted world, handshakes would become a thing of the past. That didn’t happen. After a few recent fumbles on my end, I now have a renewed determination to no longer partake.
What is one to do with piles of music, video games, and movies that have gone a decade-plus unused? This weekend, I finally got around to asking myself that hard question – before coming to terms with the most practical answer.
Some initial thoughts on Aaron Rodgers’ first week as “Jeopardy” guest host and how I think his laid back persona would make for an odd fit if he were to become permanent host.
One year since the coronavirus changed the world, I reminisce over the early days of the pandemic, my thoughts at the time when we didn’t yet fully grasp what was about to happen, and how I feel about things today.