Never forget

September 11, 2001. It seems like a lifetime ago, but in many ways, I still remember it so vividly. Probably always will.   http://listen.grooveshark.com/songWidget.swf I clearly remember listening to Jim Brickman’s tune “Sudden Inspiration” that morning. I always played easy listening music before class and during breaks, and Brickman was a favorite of mine. It’s beautiful …

USA 2.0

Yesterday, our country inaugurated its 44th President, Barack Hussein Obama. Borrowing from the buzzword du jour, I’ve taken to calling the country under this new President “USA 2.0.” Kinda catchy, don’t you think?  President Obama takes the oath of office I was at work during the Inauguration, but my colleagues and I didn’t want to …

“News” talk WNOX

Here's an email that I just sent to the management of FM100 WNOX: I am disappointed with the recent ad for tonight's VP debate. The sound bites you have selected to represent each candidate seem clearly designed to favor Sarah Palin. First, Palin's quote that she's been "listening to his speeches since the second grade" …

BlackBerry black-eye

I don't usually get into politics on my blog, but I'll make an exception where humor and/or technology are involved. Luckily, this story has both. According to the USA Today: Move over, Al Gore. You may lay claim to the Internet, but John McCain helped create the BlackBerry. At least that's the contention of a …

Irony

If you see one of those "Free Tibet" t-shirts, chances are it was made in China.   - Greg