Back in 1996 PBS aired a documentary called “Triumph of the Nerds” with a younger Steve Jobs factually stating, “We’ve always been shameless about stealing great ideas.”... Read More
With the budget deficit on the rise and the possibility of the Bush era tax cuts ending it seems every middle class American is blaming Obama and they apparently don’t know why. When... Read More
I unboxed the iPod on Christmas and the thing is truly a beautiful piece. It was in Apple’s typical iPod clear case and came with the standard USB connector as well as headphones. Funny how... Read More
Nearly everyday you hear about another unmanned drone deploying its missiles into Pakistan and killing either innocents or insurgents but that could be coming to an end. It seems the government,... Read More
While looking for a post to do today I was overloaded with the abundance of stores posted on a weekend. Everything from Obama and his support for a mosque to a marriage shoot out in New York. The... Read More
We’ve all been there, waiting impatiently at the baggage claim bumping shoulders with others, watching the bags go round. We anxiously await our bags, wondering if they have made it to our destination with us, but sometimes they don’t.
Most of you know Korea as the little pest that won’t go away and most of you know how almost 4th world North Korea is. North Korea is one of the most under developed country’s in the world. The people come from an oppressive regime and strongly believe that North Korea is a super power and the biggest country on earth. The country’s political side is viewed by many as a total Stalinist dictatorship, with the sole leader being Kim Jong-il. Kim preaches to his people mass propaganda, denouncing the west.
So while strolling through Newsweek; I noticed something interesting, there is a movie about Facebook and its creators hitting theaters October 1st. I questioned the success like I’m sure you are now, but it sounds like a great movie.
So I read a report today about General Motors(the once top auto maker) making impressive strides. GM has posted its first profit since 2007 and its a big one. GM earned 865 million dollars, with sales up 40%