When the Devil's not in the details...BC writers get right to the point.
"There, I Said It!" is a Blogcritics feature dedicated to bringing you brief and entertaining stories from the brilliant minds (and keyboards) of the infamous sinister cabal. Sometimes we're thoughtful, sometimes we're crazy, sometimes we're funny. And sometimes, we just gotta say it...
Election frustration and what to watch on TV these day?
Testing is not teaching; it has never been teaching.
Tesla motors is ramping up its green production.
It's time to find a different spot in the batting order for the veteran Boston Red Sox center fielder.
Why are so many people reticent about regulating the ultimate lethal weapon – the driver of a two to three ton vehicle who is impaired?
Perhaps the United Nations could declare a Martin Richard World Peace Day.
Assessments are only instruments, and just like drums, guitars, and keyboards, they can make no music without someone to play them.
In the coming years we may have what really will be the end of education as people know it.
If Jeff Green is supposed to represent the future of the Boston Celtics franchise, well, the future is now.
Devices such as the Kindle have helped to make books so much more accessible than before, but at what cost?
We elevate players to heroic status, but they are not gods or demigods, they are only humans and have their tragic flaws.
A mix of veterans, young guns and a new #1 goalie have catapulted the Bruins to a thrilling start in this lockout-shortened NHL season.
Newspaper comic strips are meant to be taken seriously. Anybody who thinks otherwise isn't paying attention – and the joke's on them.
The "professional" social network is apparently trying to become just another self-esteem machine.
Thoughts on how writers can streamline their process from initial idea to published work and build a readership.
Thoughts on the new availability of pot.
It is astounding how "smart" this phone truly is, but somehow I feel a little lost with it instead of without it.
Stop hating on Ke$ha!
How can the family court system protect battered spouses and children?
There are some things in this world that should be private, and among them is saying goodbye to a loved one.