The internet was created over 20 years ago, giving a canvas for millions of websites and billions of pages. In its history, there was one thing you could always count on with 100% certainty– absolute truth and accuracy.
That may no longer be the case!
In a stunning 96 minute speech to the U.N. General Assembly, Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi criticized Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for “having a name that looks like a bad Scrabble tray.”
Dan Brown’s blockbuster new book The Lost Symbol was recently released, and the human race can’t stop its collective heart from racing like a thoroughbred on a greased track with a wind machine at its back! Here’s my really early review.
Last week, Kanye West caused a stir at the MTV Music Video Awards when he interrupted Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech to declare, “Beyoncé has one of the best videos of all time.” This week he did it again, interrupting every single acceptance speech at The 61st Primetime Emmys
Many people are shocked to learn that in a recent test, 77% of Oklahoma high school students could not name the first president of these United States.
It’s obvious we are failing our children by expecting them to know way too much intellectual stuff, so I propose a slight modification to the design of our one dollar bill to assist education.
The world is abuzz, aflutter, a-something, with the recent release of the entire recorded catalog of The Beatles, meticulously digitally remastered. While many will wrestle with the decision of paying almost $300 for the remixed set, you should know some of the hidden gems unearthed by these incredible technological wonders…