In my dreams, after a long day of completing triathlons, coming in first at poker tournaments and winning Pulitzer prizes, I would sit down in my massaging, comfy chair at my home in New Jersey and sip iced tea while watching streaming internet-hosted web content on my large screen television or perhaps listen to a nice long run of RadioRead more
That sweet 47″ HDTV you’ve saved up for is lookin’ pretty nice. Great picture, surround sound. Hooked-up to the max with your Wii, XBox, TiVo, the whole nine yards. Life is good. What could possibly go wrong…
Well, the folks over at TestFreaks.com are putting the TV Screen Protector through it’s paces to protect their home entertainment investment.
Tonight’s “60 Minutes” had a piece on the resurgence of interest in a field of Energy Physics known as ‘Cold Fusion’. As the description for the piece from “60 Minutes’” website reads:
COLD FUSION IS HOT AGAIN: Presented in 1989 as a revolutionary new source of energy, cold fusion was quickly dismissed as junk science. But today, the
So this past Friday I was watching an episode of Numb3rs, a fictional FBI drama about an FBI team lead by Agent Don Epps which uses the services of Don’s brother, Charlie (who is a university Mathematics professor) to solve crimes.
Although the episode titled “Animal Rites”, which centered around the death of Charlie’s college colleague, professor Nelson Horowitz, was
One of my favorite new series of books are those by Jeff Lindsay about his “serial killer that only kills bad people,” Dexter.
The blurb for Darkly Dreaming Dexter, the first book in the series reads, “Meet Dexter Morgan, a polite wolf in sheep’s clothing. He’s handsome and charming, but something in his past has made him abide by aRead more