Basically an assortment of opinions on an assortment of things. Feel free to express yourself here!
Not to be overly biased on the subject but it is truly all over but the crying for Canadian technology giant Research in Motion (RIM).
Their most recent advertising campaign features the Martinez Brothers (DJ/Producers). They explain how they are able to connect with their Twitter fans from their Blackberry's. The commercial wraps up stating that Blackberry is their weapon of choice since it is a tool not a toy. For more please read on.
Are you getting married? Is your Bachelor Party approaching? Before your wolf pack embarks on an adventure "running around the desert together, in Las Vegas, looking for strippers and cocaine", make sure your expectations are clear so that you won't do something you will regret...
While HBO usually never ceases to amaze me with its ability to produce top-notch television programs, I think whoever was in charge of casting for the show ‘Hung’, now in it’s third season, more than slightly missed the boat.
It has been roughly a year since I discovered Groupon.com via Google's Gmail advertising. It wasn’t long afterwards that I bought my first “Groupon”. If you haven’t yet tried Groupon, it’s essentially a daily 50% off coupon. The caveat is a predetermined number of coupons must be sold for the deal to be valid. Enough about that, let’s talk about my voyage with Groupon.
Okay, so I was out for lunch at a local diner the other day and I noticed an older couple sitting across from one another reading the newspaper. I then realized that I and my girlfriend often sit across from one another browsing our smartphones. So, essentially what I'm saying is: the newspaper was the original smartphone. Read on to see why...
So I naively assumed for many years that Hawaiian pizza was invented in Hawaii. Seems logical enough, but as we all know, things are not always as they seem.
Okay, at this point "Angry Birds" should not be new to anyone. It is available on numerous platforms including PS3, Google Chrome, Intel AppUp, Facebook and of course the Apple Appstore, by which it can be played on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
By now you may have seen the new Heineken commercial airing titled "The Entrance." It's a good commercial beginning with an apparent magician (life of the party type) guy who entertains the individuals he encounters upon his entrance to what appears to be a "box social" of some kind. In the main ballroom is a band playing live on the staircase. It's a great song and hopefully you're reading this article because you're wondering who the band is and what song they're playing.