Best Amazon Kindle Feature? Free International Web Surfing

The wife and I just got back from a cruise. It was unforgettable! I won’t be able to forget it no matter how hard I try. The food that hovered somewhere in between airplane food and wedding food? Unforgettable. The compulsory 15% tip for everything plus the expected extra tip plus the $12 per person per day tip that’s added to the …

Dr. Demento Bows Out from Radioland for the Web

It’s taken four decades of weird sounding radio for him to get it, but Dr. Demento is taking the sounds of garbled fish, dogs being chased down by lawn equipment and penchance to introduce characters like ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic to a web-only format.

The coast-to-coast syndicated show, based out of Southern California has been a mainstay …

Poll: Was The Google Background Image Really That Bad?

Come on Internet world, was Google’s photo background really worth that groupthink meltdown that went on this morning?

Did it seem like a bit of Bing rip-off? Sure. But Google has always been experimental with its homepage, not everything’s going to work, right? Just get through the day and everything will be back to normal. Yeah. …

They Should Make It: Cheap Smartphones, Free Service

Hear me out, hear me out. I’m not just calling for cheap smartphones and free service because I’m cheap (I am cheap). Rather, I think a company like, oh, let’s use Google as an example, could provide a viable alternative to expensive phones and even more expensive cell phone plans.

Google makes money by selling targeted …

They Should Make It: Connected Self Replenishing Refrigerator

The home of the future will be insanely connected–everything talking to everything else. And while I don’t really care if my toaster is able to network with my coffee maker just yet, one of the things that intrigues me the most is the concept of a refrigerator that would be able to sense volume levels of certain containers and, when …

Unvarnished: A New Web Site For Bashing Your Boss?

A new website is betting you’re willing to dish about your co-worker’s job performance just as you would a Netflix movie or an Amazon purchase. The site, dubbed Unvarnished, came out of private beta testing last week and aims to create an open forum to rate professionals in the workplace — for better or for worse.

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