Friday, September 14, 2012
The new iPhone 5 may be great, but it may not matter in sections where you simply don't get service.
All this talk about the iPhone 5 has us thinking: sometimes, regardless of how wonderful a new phone may be, it still can't get past dead spots. We all know the areas we avoid when we want to have an uninterrupted cell phone call. So, tell us: which cell phone network do you have, and where do you lose service? Please make sure to include the town or city, along with the street/area so we know where to avoid!
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
What did you think of Ann Romney and Chris Christie's reportedly conflicting messages?
The day after Mitt Romney's wife and New Jersey's Republican governor gave back-to-back speeches at the Republican National Convention, at least one website has drawn attention to their respective remarks. In a "mash up," of the two speeches, BuzzFeed.com contrasts Ann Romney's "warm love," comments versus the "tough love," stance Chris Christie takes in his speech. "These two speeches...were not meant to be back-to-back," wrote a BuzzFeed reporter. Romney said she wanted to talk about "the love we share for those Americans...who are going through difficult times." Christie discussed lessons he had learned from his mother, including, that it is better for leaders to be respected than loved. Did you watch the speeches? Do you think Romney'…
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Sites mock parents who share "too much" information about their kids on Facebook. What do you think?
It's super exciting that your little toddler piddled in the potty for the first time and you want to share photographic evidence of the moment with all of your friends on Facebook. Well, you might want to reconsider before you hit the "share" button. There are a slew of websites these days dedicated to informing over-sharing parents that their childless friends are over reading about their kid's crap, literally. Take for instance, the blog ST*U, Parents, a submission-based "public service" blog that pokes fun at parents whose Facebook statuses have been hijacked with inane updates about their children. The author of the site, known simply as "B," created the blog in 2009 in response to annoying parental over-share posts that popped up in …