If New Year’s Day marks the end of the holiday season and the time of year where we all go back to “normal” work mode, why is this day worth celebrating?
Regardless of one thinks in regards to the aura of Santa Clause, spoiling it for someone else’s child is a rotten thing to do – especially for a prominent newscaster.
On the day that Amazon announced the Kindle Fire tablet, Molly Wood wrote a column for CNET declaring how the…
Little did I know in June 2010 that one stop to a specific restaurant while in Athens, GA would fuel a potentially unhealthy liking to the Waffle House restaurant chain.
The closing of Borders books stores marks the end of an era as far as I’m concerned. I have spent…
Since Bing was launched in 2009, I assumed it was seemingly inevitable that Microsoft would eventually launch a Bing.com email service, which I would eagerly sign up for. I’m starting to lose out on hope.
Growing up, I had the opportunity to watch Charlie Gibson, here and there. As he heads into his final newscast, I wish him all the best in retirement.
It was fun to get away over the long weekend up to Green Bay and Madison, my first time in either town. The cold temperatures were absolutely brutal during the trip, but what else should we have expected for Wisconsin at the end of November?
Fox Sports is now using their iconic NFL theme during baseball broadcasts, in addition to other sports broadcasts. I’m not quite sure how I feel about this.
The financial woes of Blockbuster Video is a reoccurring theme revolving around the continued changing of technology, which had a similar impact on newspapers, and now currently with bookstores.
Unfortunately for me, the perfect comeback usually doesn’t come to me until long after the fact. Timing once again wasn’t on my side this past Saturday night while in St. Louis. The comeback I would have liked to have used came to me days later while back at home.
An evening fire on the driveway while with my fiance and future in-laws allowed me to share my less than favorable Boy Scout memories. This unfortunately caused me to realize that many of the things that annoyed me as a kid concerning the great outdoors still annoy me, now as an adult.