I normally avoid words like “breakthrough” and “revolutionary” when writing product reviews. Let’s face it, companies launching new products throw those terms around like confetti after a political convention even when their offerings are, at best, marginal improvements on what’s already available. Nevertheless, when it comes to the new WPoC/Vision television with its patented GUOYFA*Touch […]
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People complain that the media sensationalizes the news. Duh! What the hell did you expect? I do object to the major television news networks’ apparent belief that they can’t report any news unless they first have an eye-popping graphic and an ear-popping fanfare to introduce the story. Then there are the tabloids — and mainstream […]
All kidding aside, if you walked into a room already populated with a person and a chimpanzee, you would have no problem distinguishing between the two. Nonetheless, most scientific studies on the differences between human and chimpanzee DNA show a variance of somewhere between 1.2 and 2.7 percent. Despite there still being some expert debate […]
It comes as no surprise that, with the growing attraction of the Internet, podcasts, specialty cable and satellite television, and ever more advanced online and offline video games, broadcast television network executives are worried about the potential for further declines in their audience numbers. “There are only 24 hours in the day and the more […]
“They” say that the average human uses only about 10% of his or her theoretical brain capacity. I believe that. It goes a long way toward explaining the current state of television programming.