Steal Movies, Get Free Tickets

As sad as it is that this sounds like something that the offbeat internet meme “advice dog” would say, it’s actually happened. Recently a woman named Amanda posted a tweet on Twitter about not being able to find an illegal … Read More

To Thy Digital Self Be True

Is it possible we care more about our sleepless, ever-present virtual selves than our real ones? There are moments after I put up a Tweet on Twitter that I realize I should probably go back and delete it, simply because it’s either really rude or would make people question my morals and key choice of colorful words. … Read More

Run with the Little Guy

It’s hard to imagine yourself starting a career at a beginning company right now. The term “start-up” sends shakes and shivers up the spines of even the most robust businessmen. Should it? I don’t think so. … Read More

Wii Music Headed to Classrooms

I’m sure you’ve heard praise for the Wii on this blog several times, well, unless its when we talk about people injuring themselves with it. But aside from that it’s been a good little machine, opening new worlds of gaming … Read More

Meaning in the Pointlessness

You might think that our never-ending search for Inner Balance™ usually involves something from the self sacrifice, spiritual, philanthropic categories. So we’re delighted to show you a piece that strays far from anything charitable or sacrificial in nature. In fact, … Read More

2009–The Year of Change

It’s 2009, and I can only think of one thing: change. The promise of change is everywhere; it’s on campaign posters, in promises from employers, and in the hearts of those of us who aspire for something better in life; even the basic concept of a family is changing as legislative battles ensue over what a family can be. … Read More

Tuning Out

The economy, the recession, politics, a new president, the housing market, oil prices, terrorism…the list of things to worry about runs rampant in the headlines, and as jobs and homes are lost, we’re finding new ways to escape reality, even if it is for just a moment. … Read More

Togetherness in an Isolationist World

As our world moves towards being completely online and mobile, we have access and the ability to keep up on and keep up with a lot. But all of this connection to technology has led to an unintended consequence–a disconnection from each other. … Read More

Advertising 2.0

If you don’t know what LOLCats or Sneezing Panda are-listen up-because these are the latest memes that have gone from extreme to mainstream. … Read More

The Art of Defense

For the past few quarters we’ve seen the Shielding™ Wave cover everything from issues of global warming and contaminated goods to robotic insects and spy-worthy gadgets. This Wave represents that point where you realize that there’s a problem, or the potential for one, so the next idea is to figure out how to handle the solution. It’s what happens when we realize there’s nowhere left to run. … Read More