Monthly Archives: July 2011

With Friends like these, who needs critics?

I came across an article that really piqued my interest and bothered me, both as a journalist and an avid TV watcher. The article, The Sexual Proclivities of Friends, was written by Mike D’Avria and aimed, I think, to discuss how disgusting and shocking it was that over the course of 10 years, six characters… Continue Reading

52 in ’11: A Stolen Life by Jaycee Dugard

The project where I read a book a week this year. See more about my project here (and feel free to leave your book suggestions). You can read my other 52 in ’11 posts here. Book 19: A Stolen Life by Jaycee Dugard My rating: Hard to rate I was hesitant to buy this book,… Continue Reading

52 in ’11: Animal Farm by George Orwell

The project where I read a book a week this year. See more about my project here (and feel free to leave your book suggestions). You can read my other 52 in ’11 posts here. Book 18: Animal Farm by George Orwell My rating: Great read Look, I’m ashamed to admit it, too. I’ve never… Continue Reading

52 in ’11: The War for Late Night by Bill Carter

The project where I read a book a week this year. See more about my project here (and feel free to leave your book suggestions). You can read my other 52 in ’11 posts here. Book 17: The War for Late Night: When Leno Went Early and Television Went Crazy by Bill Carter My rating:… Continue Reading

So about that Google+ thing…

Is Google+ the higher education of social networking? That’s the thought that came to me tonight as I logged on to my Google+ account. I stared at my newsfeed stream for a few minutes when I noticed something. Barring a few exceptions, a lot of the people I follow circle(?) are posting to Google+ ways… Continue Reading