CNN is broadcasting a special memorial program tonight at 10pm EST.


Facebook has full reach of data

The New York Times tech editor walks readers through just how much information is available from Facebook.

Real ‘Spaceforce’ investigates black holes

Having an active military in Earth’s atmosphere is a thing of the future but astronomers like Chuck Hailey are making the future a much closer reality. NASA scientists have been watching the black holes of the Milky Way galaxy for decades but now researchers have gathered enough data to make new theories as to how … Continue reading

Parallax propels multifaceted news

Web design has made reporting more savvy in the new millennium.

‘Fifty Years Forward’ isn’t far enough

Has America come any closer reaching to Dr. King’s dream?

Ready for another Easter message? #metoo

Overlooked women played important roles in the Christian resurrection story.

USGA: Undergrad Slackers Governing Activities

I work at my alma mater as the office manager, but I’m still a student albeit grad school. Part of my job is to keep up with campus activities or lack thereof. This year the undergraduate student government was part of the latter, and I called them on it. As a student returning to campus … Continue reading

Caped crusader’s Gotham creates grim national comparison

Ari’s Angle from MSNBC’s The Cycle takes a pop cultural reference to explain our current economic crisis, but consider this news with an obvious slant. On that note expect an On the Fly post on modern news ethics soon.

Talking to the techies

The relationship between designers and developers is a tricky one. Blake Callens at VentureBeat has some great advice for the ‘pretty picture’ people when talking to the computer geniuses that make the visuals work. Callens gives a quick run down on the lingo needed to translate the tech speak. The microchip computer was, arguably, the … Continue reading

Bale begins Batman retirement

In case you’ve been hiding in a bat cave director Christopher Nolan’s epic Batman trilogy came out on DVD yesterday. This gritty, genuinely emotional tale revels in the notion that some things are worth fighting for and to never give up. Most people remember Batman as a really goofy guy in the movies or even … Continue reading

The Dieline discusses “The Unsung Hero of Design”

Why is the art of brand design the unsung hero of the design world? We live in a culture that is more creative than ever before. The man on the street is probably more hard-wired into an appreciation of creativity and its power to transform than ever before. Fashion, architecture, product design are not just … Continue reading

‘The Hobbit’ holds successful premiere

New Zealand celebrates one of their favorite sons, Peter Jackson, today during the early premiere of ‘Lord of the Rings’ precursor ‘The Hobbit.’ Many news agencies suggest the crowds lining the streets totalled over 100000. Click here for more. Jackson spear-headed the tourism revival in his home country by exclusively film the franchise generating hordes … Continue reading

Passed up passwords

Every couple of months I see a new article on what are the top hacked passwords. Every time I see the story I do a face-palm. Why? People haven’t figured out that ‘password’ is a really easy password to break! Tuan C. Nguyen from Top 10 most ‘hacked’ passwords: ‘123456,’ ‘ninja’ In wake of last week’s security … Continue reading

Strangeness in Social Media

The theme for this week is social media hacking. Huffington Post contributor Bianca Bosker reveals startling insights on social media hacking in her article “I Was Just Friended By Myself On Facebook (And It Only Gets Weirder From There).” I got a friend request from Bianca Bosker on Wednesday night. I’m Bianca Bosker, one of just … Continue reading

Hug a Veteran!

Today is the American holiday Veteran’s Day. Show your support by hugging a veteran. These brave men and women defend our freedom sometimes with their lives so the least you can do dear reader is shake their hand.