The corrosion of competitive advantage of IT.
New York. Red Sox. Boston leads. Yanks rally. I watch. Some care.
Danica Patrick will drive a fuel efficent Odyssey but won't put on makeup in the rear view window.
...I'm here to tell you what most college advisors will not, and that is, most college course books can be bought online and at dirt cheap prices.
If gods require worship the way people require air, to what extent might they go to survive?
Just how common is the decision to commit what the perpetrator invariably calls a "only a prank"?
Sometimes poignant experiences come our way when we least expect them. That happened to me last Memorial Day.
Recently I wrote an opinion piece called Lustful Sex is Good about the sexual marketing techniques of Carls Jr and it got so much attention that I wanted to follow it up with a post about why Lustful Sex is Bad.
I have listened to Arjen Lucassen’s (AKA.Ayreon) music from present day back to his first step into the realm of rock operas.
The latest Swedish band wanting your Yankee dollars isn't too bad.
The third full-length recording from this trio is fresh and original—and rockin' when it needs to be.
...is crushed to a pulp...
Van Morrison’s impact has not faltered one iota from my perspective, especially after listening to his new album Magic Time.
...annoying the crap outa the jazz traditionalists...
This CD of Metallica covers made me want to rediscover the band. To recover.
All the publicity and hype surrounding Common's new album, Be, has focused on two things: the collaboration with kindred spirit Kanye West and the "return to form" for Common after the disappointing sales of his last album Electric Circus. In just about every interview and article, Common has to defend the album and its merits.
Actor Eddie Albert, best known for TV's Green Acres, died last night at age 99.
Not original, but oddly, still unique.
Down go the lights. Up comes the static and grain of the projection...this is an unfinished, rough cut of the little show that couldn't.