Oh. Oh dear. It’s hard to know where to start with this one. You’re just going to have to watch it for yourself. Trust me – it’s worth it. ALERT: This is […]
by Terry Hargrove It is three weeks later. I have read articles that explained how many people who lost their jobs experienced a period of great excitement. The world is open and […]
By Ann Ivins Christina Hendricks: that’s what real looks like, boys. Today, women around the interwebs participate in Boobquake. The brainchild of self-described “liberal, geeky, nerdy, scientific, perverted atheist feminist” blogger Jen […]
The Newspaper Association of America is crowing of late over the growth of audiences at online news websites. Newspaper companies drove record traffic to their websites in the first quarter of 2010, […]
From poisoning disarmament protocols to thwarting development in India to even threatening corporate profits.
by Terry Hargrove As I write this I am six days removed from the worst day of my professional life. On March 25, after a classroom/lesson evaluation, I was informed by my […]
By Jared VanDyke Part five of a five-part series I kept watch while John took a leak among Lily Dale’s sacred trees. “Hey, at least I’m not peeing on The Stump,” said […]
We had our second debate last night, and it went pretty well the way it was expected to—Gordon Brown and David Cameron apparently decided that they didn’t want to be Nick Clegg’s […]
Qwest/CenturyTel merger: do you, Triceratops, take this Brontosaurus to be your lawfully wedded wife?
It was announced yesterday that Louisiana-based CenturyTel is buying Qwest, marking the second major takeover in ten years for the Denver telco. I have some history with the US West iteration of […]
by Terry Hargrove This is a tale of a parent’s love, a lucky cup, a new pick-up truck, and the first ever Take Your Daughter To Work Day. This year, that day […]