Mark Chmura is relegated to a dark corner of Packer history, I can’t help wondering if his skin color played a role.
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for January 09, 2005
A new book by an influential Silicon Valley venture capital executive can help budding entrepreneurs avoid critical mistakes.
Is it just the post-Christmas slump? Or are there really fewer truly-new hard sci-fi novels on the shelf right now?
Jonathan Lethem has written a noir-flavored homage to Raymond Chandler that succeeds as both mystery and sciene fiction.
A Globe article reports on 4 economists who have tracked the correlations between legal structure, financial markets, and economic prosperity.
How many civilians have really died in Iraq and whose numbers should you believe?
When something on the TV screen offends or annoys, you can still change the channel or turn the blasted thing off.
So, why do so many of my fellow countrymen hate the French? Perhaps it's their air of condescension and cultural superiority; perhaps it's their inexplicable embracement of American goofballs like Jerry Lewis and Noam Chomsky; or perhaps it's simply that people can't bring themselves to trust a country that's shaped like a hexagon.
What do you get when you mix Sesame Street with MTV? Hi-5 of course!
Sure, the action, the plot is all about manipulation. If recognized early you will enjoy the ride that much more. Tick...tick...tick...tick
"(Deckchair's) quirks can't overcome the general sense or ordinariness that plagues it."
When I say that I would happily watch Cheadle and Okonedo in anything I don't mean more movies like Hotel Rwanda.
Apparently there are a lot of people who plan their entire vacations around food.