Almost five years to the date Hurricane Katrina made landfall in the Gulf Coast, Americans are much, much more wary of the huge storms and the damage they can do. So much so that ideas for disaster preparedness are all over the web sphere.
The Arizona governor left her A-game somewhere far, far away during an election debate last night.
Paul “Bear” Vasquez first gained viral fame for capturing a double rainbow, enthusiastically marveling over it and pondering its meaning. Now he’s getting paid to do it again.
Sand enthusiasts and water intermediaries are agitated over the potential for Hurricane Earl to dampen their Labor Day weekend. But those who own a board have different sentiments.
The body of a prominent physician has been found wedged in her estranged boyfriend’s chimney, the result of bad judgment and a broken heart.
Two men hiking in the Canadian Rockies discovered the remains of William Holland, an American climber who vanished over two decades ago.
Adults are now text messaging more than ever. Does this mean it will stop being cool now?
A new Hong Kong video ad campaign is literally a breath of fresh air. The ad introduces a blue canister equipped with a breathing mask that comes in a variety of flavors like ‘beach’ or ‘horses.’
When officials at Scandinavian airlines say that love is in the air, they’re being literal.
We don’t know what’s stranger — that he thought he could pass for 14, or that people initially believed him.
“Now is the time for leaders of courage and vision to deliver the peace that their people deserve.”
– BARACK OBAMA, President of the United States, on the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks (Via The Telegraph)
Apple announced new products today, and like every blog remotely affiliated with technology, Techland paid close, close, close attention, excruciatingly analyzing every last detail. Doug Aamoth digs in and takes a look at some of …