E-mail
Suggest a topic
  • Other News RSS Feed

    by Published on 08-29-2016 11:30 AM
    Article Preview


    I was trying to make a Star Wars reference but this is a family-friendly site and so I couldn't exactly call it Revenge of the ... (another word that has the same letters as "Sith.")

    It's time for that annual tradition... Every year the major broadcast networks show us their best, as fall TV ramps up in September and October. Every year, I shrug and say "seriously?" This year I'm sharing the tradition with you. I'm sure you ...
    by Published on 08-28-2016 11:49 AM
    1. Categories:
    2. Misc. Gadgets
    Article Preview


    In FOOD FOR THOUGHT we'll take a look at the things we take for granted that are actually so amazing that it's hard to even imagine that they work at all.

    Not that long ago, I had the pleasure of getting my hands on one of these:
    ...
    by Published on 08-23-2016 12:33 PM
    1. Categories:
    2. Data/Networks
    Article Preview



    How safe is your most important data? Most of us have pretty much given up, knowing that no matter what we do our personal information will be in the hands of three dozen agencies every time we buy something. It's practically impossible to be "off the grid" now; even if you're paid in cash and pay for everything in cash there's still the government to contend with.

    It's not ...
    by Published on 08-19-2016 10:27 AM
    Article Preview



    Now, there's a lot in this world I don't get. I'll be honest, I don't understand why anyone would play a vinyl record when they can play a lossless digital file. I don't understand most of the culture coming out of our major cities, and I still don't understand why men's blazers are suddenly three ...
    by Published on 08-13-2016 03:29 PM
    1. Categories:
    2. Online/MobileTV
    Article Preview


    In Streaming Saturday, we'll look at trends in cord-cutting that include both antennas and internet-based video.

    Get ready for a bonus STREAMING SATURDAY!

    Luke Cage, the Marvel superhero from Harlem, is coming to Netflix. So are four documentaries that feature a variety of interesting and thought-provoking subjects.

    Based on the trailer, it would appear that Netflix’s Luke Cage plays fairly close to Marvel’s original. For those unfamiliar with the original source material, the story centers upon a Luke Cage, a man who undergoes a cell regeneration experiment. The experiment and Cage fall victim to sabotage, which leaves Cage with super strength and virtually-unbreakable skin. Cage attempts to live a low-key life in Harlem, but becomes a superhero by using his gifts against a local crime boss and his minions.

    The comic book Luke Cage, also known as Power Man, made his debut in June 1972. The Netflix version is sure to feature no small amount of updating, if we’re to believe what we see in the film’s trailer. Netflix’s version stars Mike Colter in the titular role. ...
    by Published on 08-06-2016 03:46 PM
    1. Categories:
    2. TV Antennas,
    3. Satellite
    Article Preview



    In his iconic Hollywood vs. America, author Michael Medved argued that the entertainment industry's addiction to sex and violence would eventually destroy it because the values espoused in movies were increasingly not those of regular folks. Movies and TV shows weren't just losing money because they were bad but because ...
    by Published on 08-06-2016 09:01 AM
    1. Categories:
    2. Online/MobileTV
    Article Preview


    In Streaming Saturday, we'll look at trends in cord-cutting that include both antennas and internet-based video.

    Good news for streamers,
    Netflix released two new originals to head up its August lineup!

    If you’re looking for movies, series, and entertainment, Netflix has it. This month has plenty of entertainment to choose from, starting with a brand new original series and an original film. This is followed by a host of other choices, all available to viewers throughout the month. If you have Netflix, or are considering adding it to your home entertainment system, you’ll have plenty to enjoy with this streaming service.

    Last Chance U
    While there’s plenty of action on the gridiron, football’s real drama often is behind the scenes. Such is the case with Last Chance U, Netflix’s newest six-part documentary series. The show, which was inspired by a GQ article of the same name, follows the 2015 American football season for East Mississippi Community College Lions and their bid to win their third consecutive national championship. The series provides ...

    Page 1 of 89 123451151 ... LastLast