One in Five CIA Job Applicants Hail from Other Terrorist Organizations

One in Five CIA Job Applicants Hail from Other Terrorist Organizations

Sep 2, 2013 | No Comments

One in five CIA job applicants hail from Hamas, Hezbollah, al Qaeda; does this count for or against the applicant?

AT&T Partnered with DEA

AT&T Partnered with DEA

Sep 2, 2013 | No Comments

“AT&T partnered with DEA to provide access to 26 years of phone records.” This led to more people behind bars in more places.

What Does Open Government Mean at NASA?

Jun 13, 2011 | No Comments

Since their founding in 1958, NASA has been dedicated to doing a lot more than exploring and understanding space. Over the past 52 years, they’ve been responsible for some of the most significant advances in technology. Almost everything we do have been influenced in some way by discoveries made through NASA’s research. NASA has provided […]

Five Tips For a Better Political Blog

May 28, 2011 | One Comment

Political blogging is huge. In fact, it may very well be the largest and broadest genre of blogs currently on the web. One of the biggest challenges facing political bloggers today is not being taken seriously as a source of information. Standing out from the crowd is also difficult, especially for someone just starting out. […]

Pop Goes the Pirillo! Popchips Vice President of Pop Culture Campaign

Feb 17, 2011 | No Comments

While you most often see me interfacing with the world from the control room of my own secret lair, you may not realize that I’m a pretty busy guy. That being said, since Popchips already has its President of Pop Culture (some guy named Ashton. He seems quite dignified and head of state-like), I feel […]

Speak to Tweet for Egyptians

Jan 31, 2011 | No Comments

Just like all of us, the folks at Google spent the weekend watching the events in Egypt unfold. They were flabbergasted, feeling helpless as they watched the people there who are desperate to be heard. The engineers knew that if anyone could help give them a voice, it would be them. They put their collective […]

Software Taxes

Mar 31, 2010 | 3 Comments

Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS Feed If you didn’t already know, I live in Seattle. There’s a bill that’s currently in the Washington State Legislature that, if passed, will levy a tax on all software customizations done by businesses (at least, for now, those businesses residing in […]

Barack Obama Holding a Lightsaber

Mar 30, 2010 | 3 Comments

You saw it here first, folks. Actually, you saw it from @jennyjenjen if you were following her tweetstream today.

The Navy’s USS Nimitz Aircraft Carrier Experience

Jun 5, 2009 | 4 Comments

A few months ago, Guy Kawasaki (yes, that Guy) asked if I wanted to join him on a trip aboard the US Navy’s USS Nimitz with a handful of other bloggers. I didn’t accept the offer straight away, considering I’d have to pay for travel, expenses, etc. In the end, if it wasn’t already obvious, […]

Welcome, President Obama

Jan 20, 2009 | 38 Comments

Today, history will be made. I’m happy to have helped make it happen, too. I’m an American, and damn proud of it.

What Is Worse – a Sexual Predator or a Bully?

Jan 14, 2009 | 11 Comments

I read an article yesterday that disturbed me. Do you remember the news last year about the task force appointed to look into the problem of online sexual predators? Apparently the threat isn’t as big as once thought. Or is it? That task force released a report yesterday stating the problem of bullying – both […]

MPAA 13, Piracy 0: Three More Allegedly Illicit Sites Sued

Dec 19, 2008 | 10 Comments

The Motion Picture Association of America has been working hard since 2007 to bring movie piracy to a halt. Wednesday, the MPAA filed suits against three more allegedly illicit movie web sites. This brings their total number of lawsuits to 13; though somewhat of a piecemeal approach, they have been successful in combating underground trade […]

How To Spread Christmas Cheer During Wartime

Dec 9, 2008 | 13 Comments

This is John Kennedy’s submission for the HP Magic Giveaway. Feel free to leave comments for this article as you see fit – your feedback is certainly welcomed! If you’d like to submit your own how-to, what-is, or top-five list, you can send it to me. Views and opinions of this writer are not necessarily […]

The Government is Wiretapping Your Phone and Email and Most of You Don’t Care

Dec 8, 2008 | 5 Comments

This is Richard Dicter’s submission for the HP Magic Giveaway. Feel free to leave comments for this article as you see fit – your feedback is certainly welcomed! If you’d like to submit your own how-to, what-is, or top-five list, you can send it to me. Views and opinions of this writer are not necessarily […]

Reasons That Religion is Unbelievable

Dec 7, 2008 | 110 Comments

This is Jay Jay’s submission for the HP Magic Giveaway. Feel free to leave comments for this article as you see fit – your feedback is certainly welcomed! If you’d like to submit your own how-to, what-is, or top-five list, you can send it to me. Views and opinions of this writer are not necessarily […]

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