As we all may have heard, the New York Times published a survey, detailing Americans’ declining faith in the Supreme Court. The story was also picked up by the Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, and a number of other papers. And yet, the Huffington Post, as is its nature, insists on publishing obscenely large pictures … Continue reading The Huffington Post Needs to Stop Featuring Sensationally Large Headlines
We’ve been thinking about this for a while, and we’ve come to entirely unique conclusion that Apple will release a TV sometime this year or next. We write this not because we’re the first to think of it, but because we want to be able to say “told you so” when it happens. We believe … Continue reading We Think Apple Will Release a TV Soon
The writers of this blog would like to make known their humble opinion that Mad Men is the greatest TV show of all time, and quite possibly, the greatest innovation since that whole internet thing. The writers would also like to mention that HBO’s The Pacific is excellent as well, and that they wish there were more … Continue reading Mad Men is the Single Greatest Show Ever
Google made their foray into the cloud with Drive. Of all the potential naming options – ‘box, cloud, disk, attic, drive – it’s interesting that Google chose the one that appears right before Dropbox, their competitor, in your smartphone menu. Just saying… Continue reading My Driving Conspiracy Theory
The recent war between Google and Apple over the place of maps in iOS underscores how firmly the tech world has come to favor smartphones as the ultimate convergence device. That Apple and Google are now locked in a struggle that formerly belonged to Navteq and Tom Tom cements the fact that, by my estimation, … Continue reading On Maps and Apps
Following a lukewarm IPO and bloody second day, Facebook’s third day on the market was pretty lousy, too. An interesting breakdown of who owns what part of FB is available here. Continue reading Facebook Stock Sinks Nearly 9%
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It was the time of the SUV, the flip-phone, and cargo pants. Google was just a search engine and Apple made PCs. Heck, there was even a website called MySpace. In seeking to relive the glory days, of, oh, 2003, AOL recently relaunched AIM, the … Continue reading Return of the Early-00s: AIM is Back!