Introducing

18 Jun 19
SAE With a K

Wasted Potential… If I could put this whole final arcs of Food Wars in to two words it would be wasted potential. Cause when Shokugeki No Soma got its first anime. I watched it for its over the top nature of fanservice. To get sucked into the narrative of the cooking and the competition of […]

18 Jun 19

More and more companies are joining the elimination of plastic to help the environment, and also to satisfy some customers and attract others. And the model brewery is no exception to get on the trend by introducing a new and innovative method to specifically eliminate the plastic of its six-pack by modifying the top and […]

18 Jun 19
Adstoppi Biz

Comcast is introducing eye control to its X1 cable platform, a new effort that the company says will improve the experience of watching TV for millions of people with physical disabilities. Eye control lets customers change channels, pull up the X1 programming guide, set DVR recordings, and navigate through other menus of the cable box […]

18 Jun 19
Eric Santiago Blog

Comcast is introducing eye control to its X1 cable platform, a new effort that the company says will improve the experience of watching TV for millions of people with physical disabilities. Eye control lets customers change channels, pull up the X1 programming guide, set DVR recordings, and navigate through other menus of the cable box […]

18 Jun 19
Pursuing Greatness

Rough diamonds may sometimes be mistaken for worthless pebbles Thomas Browne Thinking of Mark and Will as I write this today… Paying Attention to the details Thursday afternoon I had a probation appointment with Mark, and after covering the required “stuff”, we began really talking. Mark was excited about a new job he recently obtained […]

18 Jun 19
Introducing Anxiety

All righty, so this post is prompted by a discussion I’ve just had with my girlfriend, and while it’s starting with a fairly benign rant about a couple character developments I’m severely unhappy with, but it’ll tie into something I’ve been thinking about a lot lately. In the Harry Potter series, Rowling gave us two […]

18 Jun 19
unchurched podcast

Michael and Sean celebrate Father’s day…well, sorta. In this episode, you’ll get a couple different perspectives based on two separate experiences with fathers. We discover that all Fathers love sexting. And Sean loves “ball juice”. Michael eats squirrel and passes the tradition down to his son. Kinda gross but at least he is introducing his […]

18 Jun 19
National Post

The heiress was 10 when she was caught in a sensational custody battle that gave Depression-era America a window into the lives of the fabulously wealthy

18 Jun 19
Calkin Creations

In the before times, only those with the specific skill sets could manage graphic design. But our present yields the golden tool that enables far more people to join that illustrious group of graphic designers. Illustrator, the program that gives everyone the tools to become a graphic designer, but only if one knows how to […]

18 Jun 19
A Couple of Goals

Every day, I seem to read a new article about how the average American spends and saves their money, or more accurately, does not save their money. Article after article states the fact that very few people are saving to the extent that will be needed for retirement – see articles like this one here. […]

18 Jun 19
MLS from the Female Perspective

By: Bridget McDowell // @BCMcDowell  On Tuesday, June 18, Minnesota United FC will travel to Texas for a U.S. Open Cup Round of 16 matchup against Houston Dynamo for the second year in a row. Last year, the lucky few fans who could find watchable livestreams of the same fifth round pairing witnessed a glitch in the […]

18 Jun 19
Rhonda Franklin

This is the next of several posts introducing my forthcoming four-part historical fiction continuity series, abbreviated TLWG. TLWG is a story of love, family, politics, crime, suffering, and faith set in Federalist Boston. Point of View Characters: Molly Chase, notorious as Boston’s so-called Reclusive Beauty, has a dark secret: her father died a tortured death […]

18 Jun 19
The Movie Crash Course

It’s been interesting watching all these movies at a fast clip; it’s like I can chart the mood of the World War II British home front just by watching the movies, seeing things go from the nostalgia for peacetime with How Green Was My Valley to the determination of Mrs. Miniver, to the rallying-cries of Fires Were Started and Henry V.   And […]