Facebook Counter Punches with it’s Own Allegations Against Yahoo


Yahoo's claim that Facebook infringed upon 10 of it's patents and countered with a suit of its own allegations including patent infringements on; photo tagging, advertising, online recommendations and more.  Facebook said it has been "irreparably harmed" by Yahoo's infringement.  At the end of the day its just a big song and dance for some bull-crap settlement.  Unfortunately, it looks as if Yahoo is trying to crash Facebooks 'coming out party' (going public). Unfortunately, Yahoo's suit looks desperate as Facebook has a rich and valuable patent portfolio.  Keep in mind, Yahoo used the same tactics against Google when they went public - They arn't only crashing the party, their stealing a keg or two. … [Read more...]

RIM Admits Its Users Want Android and Apple after Gene Munster Bankruptcy Prediction

BlackBerry Bankruptcy

  Why is RIM's stock down 8% today; oh yea, because Blackberry executive staff admitted that their core customers, in fact, want iPhones and Android devices.  This all comes after Mobile Analyst Gene Munster predicted that RIM would be Bankrupt sooner rather than later.  Its always been a story of too little, too late for RIM and this time - the Grimm Reaper looks a lot like Gene Munster... … [Read more...]

Speaking of Total Recall, Three Way Mega Millions Dispute

Total Recall

  A Baltimore McDonalds worker is claiming 1/3 of the Mega Millions Jackpot last week; however, her fellow McDonalds associates assert that Mirlande Wilson bought the ticket for an 'office pool' and they have rights to the winnings.  This is a pure case of he said - she said, and their is no validity to this claim  save for a New York Post exclusive on the matter.  Lotto officials are investigating as we speak. Speaking of Total Recall.... … [Read more...]

1940 Census Data Release Causes Uncle Sam’s Servers to Crash

1940 Census

  The government has just released over 3 million census bureau documents recorded on April 2, 1940 and made them free to view on the internet.  This data has garnered a tremendous amount of momentum, over 22 Million page views in one day; which temporarily crashed Uncle Sam's Servers. Despite the traffic volumes, this data sheds some light into how our lives have changed over 70 years; for example, the average man's salary was around $900 a year, we had half as many people in the US, the racial gap was insanely wide, we have this crazy thing called the internet, and the top two industries were Manufacturing and Agriculture.  You could call this progress, but will this retrospective call for simpler times?  What can we really learn from this data to help improve our country, today? Are you starving for more data to help further our country's progress... well you're in luck! … [Read more...]

Ashton Kutcher, New Job(s)

Ashton Kutcher will be playing Steve Jobs in an upcoming independent film, NOT based off of the Isaacson book.  While the Two and a Half Men Star might not be able to build a computing and technology empire,  it looks like he might be able to pull this off... … [Read more...]

Game of Thrones Season Premier Reminded Us that Joffrey is Still a Dick

A Harsh King

  Game of Thrones Season 2 Premiered last night and what a show.  Joffrey couldn't help but remind me of another harsh king.  Remember the Elton John and Flava Flave Super Bowl commercial a few months ago... … [Read more...]



Game of Thrones Season 2 Premieres tonight on HBO at 9PM - With the second installation of MADMEN season 5 kicking off at 10PM.  This makes Sunday the best day of the week and the impending work week, just a bit more tolerable. … [Read more...]

Kentucky Fried Pitino


  The Louisville basketball team has been thrust back into the spotlight with the enormous state battle between Louisville and Kentucky in the Final Four of March Madness.  They expectedly lost to Kentucky 69 - 61.  With this big loss, it kinda makes you remember this inspirational sculptor of young basketball stars, writer of  self help books, and symbol of college basketball just happened to be at the nexus of a huge scandal last year.  Just a reminder....   … [Read more...]

I Bet you $640 Million that you Did Not Win the Lottery


Well, you didn't win, big surprise.  Not that it matters, but the winning numbers were: 2-4-23-38-46, and the Mega Ball was 23.  There were three winning tickets, all from places very familiar to playing and winning the lotto...The middle of Nowhere in Illinois, Maryland, and Kansas.  I guess the rest of us proceed uninterrupted and try to get rich the regular way... work. … [Read more...]

Mega Millions; Mega Long Shot


More Mega Millions tickets were sold today than ever before.  I guess the chance of winning around one billion dollars helps motivate the masses.  But don't get too excited; the following things are more likely to happen to you than winning the Mega Millions: - You are 8,000 times more likely to be Murdered - You are 20,000 times more likely to die in a car crash - 50 times more likely to be struck by lightning - Get 3 hole-in-one's in a single round of Golf ..............I bought 5 tickets.  You never know. … [Read more...]