Missing gold in the grasp: youthful foolishness or the nature of the game? I’ve been watching the Winter Olympics from Turin, Italy. I’ve decided that if hot-dogging ever becomes an Olympic sport, Lindsey Jacobellis could be a gold medal winner. ...

Microsoft needs to show more concern for the individual customer. What I think of Microsoft is a matter of public record. Interestingly, what Microsoft thinks of me is on the record, too. They think I’m a thief, stupid, and a ...

What’s becoming of the world today? Is it good? Is it bad? Or is it just us? America. The land of the free, home of the brave, and birthplace of crazy lawsuits, and double-standards. The 21st century is off to ...

The “greed is good” crowd is alive and well and running a phone company near you. If Dr. Phil can help out cheating spouses, write a couple of self-help books, and get Oprah Winfrey to show up on The Late ...

There must be a reason why someone so beautiful would learn to walk so strange. With apologies to Anheuser-Busch’s Budweiser beer, today’s fashion shows are cluttered with beautiful Clydesdales. Seemingly gorgeous models strut their six foot, 100-pound frames down a ...

What’s hot on iTunes Music Store is not what’s hot on my iPod. I’m an early adopter and bought the original five gigabyte iPod way back when. I purchased and downloaded music from the iTunes Music Store when it opened. ...

Count me as one of the tens of millions who watch American Idol. I just shake my head. American Idol started a new season in January and quickly became the top rated TV show. Again. As it was last year, ...

If you can’t tell whether the King of Pop is a King or Queen, you’re in good company. Slate has an interesting article on Michael Jackson, asking, “How ‘Black’ is Michael Jackson?” Good question. What do you mean by “black?” Race? As ...