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Chrome closes add-on vulnerability

Not long ago I wrote about a malware vulnerability with Chrome updates and extensions. Now, according to an item in Computerworld, it appears Google has finally slammed the door on […]

Coke commercial causes controversy

Coca Cola’s Super Bowl ad has caused quite an uproar on Twitter and Facebook. It seems a lot of people think the song “America the Beautiful” should be sung in […]

Freaking out over ‘giffing out’

Massive amounts of Christmas advertising have always annoyed me. I’ve been a grinch for decades and freely admit it, and being assaulted by so much Christmas “joy” every time I […]

Double, double toil and trouble

You may already be familiar with this high tech gizmo. It’s a telecommuting device of sorts, controlled by the owner, who uses an iPad or computer remotely to drive this […]

Creepy ad from MetLife

Among the more tasteless ads on TV these days are several from MetLife. Two daughters have just heard that dad had an accident and rather than inquiring about his condition, […]

The Hello Flo commercial: Helpful or not?

This is one of those subjects where the older generation and younger generation part ways. A commercial for girls that is bold, honest, and up front about a subject discussed […]

About Wendy Davis and her Mizunos

I got curious about why the Mizuno shoe company wasn’t exploiting all the free publicity it received from the photos of Texas Sen. Wendy Davis wearing their product during her filibuster last […]