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Google Glass Makes an Engaging, Questionable Debut

Google Glass Makes an Engaging, Questionable Debut

Google has consistently made a name for itself through its relentless and creative pioneering of technology, gadgets, and, of course, its search engine that went public in 2004. The company’s latest and greatest is an eyeglass frame that allows users to take pictures and video, access maps, and interact with their smartphone. But for such […]

Edward Snowden Stands a Cultural Icon of Freedom

Edward Snowden Stands a Cultural Icon of Freedom

  Many of us can remember last year’s breaking news that sent the heads of thousands spinning. Edward Snowden’s release of thousands of intelligence files from the U.S., UK and Australia brought dozens of news forces to focus on this story. No one would argue that Snowden’s actions were not influential, viral or powerful. Few […]

Pierce Brosnan Dislikes His Own James Bond Portrayal

Pierce Brosnan Dislikes His Own James Bond Portrayal

Everyone’s fourth favourite James Bond actor, Pierce Brosnan, has come out and said that he dislikes his own portrayal of MI6′s top spy. Apparently, the Irish actor feels he was “never good enough” as 007, despite him being universally regarded as a lot better than those who immediately preceded him in the role. On the […]

MTV Movie Awards So-So but Did You Catch Those YouTube Commercials

MTV Movie Awards So-So but Did You Catch Those YouTube Commercials

For the first time in too many years to count, I was able to watch the MTV Movie Awards live on television on, of course, MTV but to my surprise it was really only so-so…But did you catch those YouTube commercials? In those few 29 second spots, my worst fears seem to be coming true, […]

Managing Conflict and Dealing With Jerks on the Job

Managing Conflict and Dealing With Jerks on the Job

We all have dealt with  conflict while navigating difficult people. For many of us they tend to drain our energy which affects our focus and wastes our time. If we would learn to deal with those opposing forces differently, we would find that our greatest challenges can make us so much stronger and better than […]

‘X-Men’ Franchise Spin-Off Rumors Much Ado About Nothing

‘X-Men’ Franchise Spin-Off Rumors Much Ado About Nothing

According to a new report from Entertainment Weekly, producer Simon Kinberg and Lauren Shuler Donner expressed interest in future X-Men movie spin-offs, including one starring Academy Award-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence playing the younger iteration of Raven Darkholme, also known as the shape-shifting mutant Mystique. However, despite the expressed desires of the producers, until the regime […]

Oil And Gas Companies: Dracula’s Twin Brother

Oil And Gas Companies: Dracula’s Twin Brother

The vampires are coming! The vampires are coming! And they are in the form of the oil and gas companies, Dracula’s twin brother, waiting to suck us dry of our hard earned money like Dracula to blood, by raising the price of a gallon of gas just so they can live like “fat cats” while […]

‘Women Who Eat On Tubes’ Blog Taking Off

‘Women Who Eat On Tubes’ Blog Taking Off

Have you ever been on a Tube service (or “subway” as I’m told many Americans refer to it) and noticed one or more women munching on an egg salad sandwich or chowing down on a KFC Snack Box? The answer to that question is probably yes, but it is highly probable that the activity is […]

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Turn Turn Turn and Twist

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Turn Turn Turn and Twist

Okay, I have to say, that this week’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Turn, Turn, Turn really should not have come as a surprise, the twist at the end…The double twist that is? I should have seen it coming. How many times has Bill Paxton played a variation on the same role. Sure he was a good […]

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  • Pharmaceutical Drug Samples May Have a Health Cost April 18, 2014
      According to an editorial in the journal JAMA Dermatology, ″Drug Samples in Dermatology,″ pharmaceutical drug companies have been using a clever way to sell more product. They give it away. These free drug samples may have a health cost hidden among the perceived benefits, however. Patients and doctors alike have been tempted to think […]
    Hobie Anthony
  • Matt Flynn Signs With Green Bay Packers April 18, 2014
    After a rollercoaster ride for Matt Flynn, he ends up back where he began, with the Green Bay Packers. Flynn and the Packers came to an agreement on Monday to finalize his fate, at least for the next season. The Green Bay Packers signed Matt Flynn on as their back-up quarterback for the season and […]
    Jabar Morarend
  • Heartburn Linked to Esophageal Cancer April 18, 2014
    April is Esophageal Cancer Awareness Month, and public concern for the disease should be at an all time high. One possible culprit responsible for the increase according to recent medical studies indicates that heartburn is linked to esophageal cancer. In 2006 over 16,000 people were diagnosed with esophageal cancer in the United States according to The Soci […]
    Cholia Johnson
  • Private Lives of Nashville Wives Episode 8: Confrontation & Resolution April 18, 2014
    After last week’s episode left a huge divide between Jenny and the rest of the wives, sans Sarah, episode 8 of Private Lives of Nashville Wives consisted of a confrontation and resolution between the ladies and the start of a new beginning. Having said that, it is doubtful whether or not the type A Jennifer […]
    Michael Smith
  • South Korea Ferry Sinking: Nearly 290 Missing April 18, 2014
    Nearly 290 people are still missing many hours after a ferry sank off South Korea’s southwest coast on Wednesday. At least 14 people are confirmed dead and 55 injured. Officials said there were 475 people on board the ferry, most of them high school pupils, which was heading for the Jeju island when it sent […]
    Rahad Abir

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