Observations from Jamie DeLoma, journalist and computer nerd
Yearly Archive for 2009
The discovery of fake moon rocks in a museum has set off alarms around the world that some of the precious gifts Washington dolled out as gifts around the world are lost or missing, the Associated Press reported.
Internet surfers have converged again on Twitter to share their quickly-changing emotions.
The German press fell victim to an elaborate hoax Thursday, Wired.com reports.
A growing trend is taking root in offices across this country — employees are being encouraged to open fire on their bosses and anyone else who might be around.
One of the greatest things about America is our constant desire to go farther than we ever have before — we love pushing our boundaries.
One of the principle problems with technology is the amount of information available. With an endless stream of stories and data flowing across the Web, information is easily buried.
More epic than the rivalry between the Red Sox and the Yankees, Seinfeld and Newman or even Batman and the Joker is that between the BlackBerry and the iPhone.