It’s not Egypt in the days of Moses. It’s China’s Liaoning Province and the scene of tens of thousands of tiny toads hitting the streets is both disquieting and a little humorous at the same time. Continue reading Tens of thousands of toads hit Chinese town
Most people love a good joke, especially when famous people can make light of their own situations. President George W Bush did just that while giving the commencement speech at Southern Methodist University. Continue reading George W Bush has fun while promoting… mediocrity?
Yes. And no. The move to make former television news anchor Katie Couric the model for an increasing shift towards digital media consumption has yet to produce the type of traditional returns that many had expected, but Yahoo doesn’t seem too worried. Continue reading Has the Katie Couric experiment failed at Yahoo?
From a coin flipping app to one that finds a bathroom for you anywhere in the world, there are plenty of apps out there that have varying degrees of usefulness already available for the Apple Watch. As popular as the device is, someone has to make the thing useful, right? Continue reading Random apps on the Apple Watch
Perhaps I was just being naive. I always assumed that the things that you say on Twitter were protected under free speech and opinions could be posted without recourse as long as they weren’t designed to spread misinformation. With all of the fake death reports about celebrities and people calling each other names, it didn’t seem like there were really very many boundaries.
There’s a touching, artsy, and sad video making its viral rounds on the internet. It features the Chevrolet bowtie, a girl, and a dog. The video works its way backwards from what appears to be a final visit to the vet back through their lives together to the point that she first picked “Maddie” and then back to the sad final moments again.
The thing is that other than the title and the branding on the video, there’s no other indication that the video actually belongs to Chevrolet. The company that published the video on Vimeo, The Herd Films, has no apparent connection to Chevrolet or Chevrolet Canada.