The Internet Rebellion

Before the internet, rebellious organization was a matter of phone calls, mailers and exposure on radio and television. Now, the internet has supplanted those mediums in all aspects. Social media, the chosen tool for change of the populous, has become … Read More

The Rise Of Wellness Technology

Healthcare and technology have come together to create a new category of consumer electronics as the need for rapid diagnosis and treatment have become more of a priority to consumers. Being a part of a fast-paced society, consumers now have … Read More

Space is Open for Business

Space may not be the final frontier, but it certainly is the next frontier. Companies are starting to develop ways to get their brands in space. Despite newly approved funding to the tune of $20 billion, NASA is already relying … Read More

Athletes Under a Data Microscope

Player tracking data provides new layers of relevant feedback for both casual fans and athletes looking to improve. Tracking technologies enhance the viewing experience for fans by letting them see where their favorite players are located on the field, and … Read More

“Foie-mageddon” Is Coming To California

Californians have survived the shut down of the 405 freeway dubbed “Carmaggedon”, but will the foodies be able to survive “Foie-mageddon”? That’s right, as of July 1st it will be illegal to produce or purchase foie gras in CA. A … Read More

Ice Cream Theives Be Damned

The Guarding™ wave often contains some pretty serious stuff. The Human Truth™ is: “If something’s after me, I’ll be ready for it.”™ It’s the wave that the gun toting, paranoid, “Preppers” on that National Geographic show would personify. However, today … Read More

Bacteria-Killing Cold Plasma

This may well become a major break-through for the food industry. “A new proof-of-concept study conducted by food safety researchers at Drexel University in Philadelphia has demonstrated that plasma can be used to kill bacteria on uncooked poultry, vegetables and … Read More

We Interrupt (Blank) For An Important Announcement

Today, The Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Communications Commission held the first nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System. The test happened at 2 p.m. ET and included all broadcast television, radio stations and cable and satellite television … Read More

Cars That Know When Your’re Drowsy

This resonated with me because I had an experience on Los Angeles freeways last week that made me glad the traffic was just crawling along at walking speed. I had a big day filled with chores and I guess I … Read More