Holding the unofficial title of “America’s Pastor” brings a lot of perks. It also brings a lot of eyeballs watching your every move, as Rick Warren found out this week with a controversial post he put up on Facebook and Twitter. Social media is permanent when you’re famous. It doesn’t matter how quickly you delete… Continue reading Rick Warren angers many on social media with Red Guard propaganda post
Now that Edward Snowden has come forward as the source of the NSA leaks, much of the attention in Washington and the media will be turned to him, his history, and his future. People on both sides will paint him in the light of their choosing. Some will say that he’s a true patriot trying… Continue reading Is NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden a patriot or a traitor?
That didn’t take long. Just as Google announced that Austin would be the second recipient following Kansas City as the having the fastest home internet connection in the United States, Japanese company So-net Entertainment launched a home service in Tokyo and surrounding areas that doubles up on Google’s 1Gbps. The company, backed by Sony, launched… Continue reading Google Fiber’s 1Gbps doubled up by Japan’s Nuro 2Gbps service
Whenever I see the word ‘endgame’, the only thing going through my head is Highlander. I wonder why that is. Either way, that’s how the headline up there is meant to be read. Like, imagine the poster for Highlander: Endgame, and just imagine Christopher Lambert is Google, or something. “More Action! More Steamy Scenes! All-New… Continue reading Google Versus China: Endgame
So there’s an awful lot of dead people in Hong Kong, and I mean that with the utmost respect – burial really is a big issue due to overpopulation. To combat this, the Chinese government has opened a virtual cemetery. Yes. Yes, that is exactly what they have done. Mourners can register a departed loved… Continue reading Net of the Living Dead – Hong Kong Offers Online Cemetery