Annoying News From the World of Calorie Counting

Well how’s your New Year’s resolution to diet working out? Mmmmm. … Read More

Tweeting Rage

Flying can be frustrating; we all know that. But now there’s a new, instant, and very satisfying way to vent the rage that comes from sitting in a stifling hot airplane for 2 hours and having the pilot announce, “We’ll let you know when we are cleared for takeoff.” You can tweet your hateful outrage right from your seat. … Read More

The DiYBio Movement: Garage Science!

A new movement is forming utilizing garage science! … Read More

Personal Body Monitoring: Coming to a Future Near You

Health consciousness is on the rise, our population is aging, and our technology is rapidly improving. This is, perhaps, the perfect storm for technologies that enable us to monitor our biological functions in real time. … Read More

Roaming Hunger

Over the past two years, the street food scene has seemingly exploded in major cities. With everything from taco trucks to cupcake vans, the mobile restaurant movement has been on the rise ever since the word gourmet was attached to taco. … Read More

Viral to a T

Viral videos aren’t new, but one that hits this big is-and it’s pulling in big bucks for T-Pain. It’s a video that advertises T-Pain’s new iPhone™ app called “I Am T-Pain” and for only $2.99 it can record your own voice with the same auto-tune effect that T-Pain uses. … Read More

Are You Leaving Dirty Digital Footprints?

Ok So – Don’t worry, I’m not going on a rant about this whole shemozzle.  Suffice to say that I’m a HUGE Conan O’Brien fan and have always thought Leno is about as lame as you can get – next … Read More

24 Hour Culture is Gaining Ground…..Again.

It’s 3am, do you know where your barber is? … Read More

Google Streetview: All the World is a Stage

In our increasingly digital world, applications like Google Maps and Street View are ripe ground for expression, and have the advantage of being able to be viewed by over 1 billion persons, and growing. … Read More

ICQ Is… Back?

The ICQ of 1996 is no more, now it’s a hub of facebook, flickr and twitter connectivity, streaming in news feeds, photo updates and tweets in the user panel. … Read More