Thanks To the U.K. Government, Children Will No Longer Have Access To Age Inappropriate Music Videos Until They Put In 30 Seconds Of Work

What a fantastic, child protecting initiative this is. I’m sure it will work exactly as intended. But don’t just take my word for it. I imagine all of those little kids who absolutely cannot get Facebook accounts because they haven’t yet turned 13 would feel exactly the same way were they to actually exist. The […]

Your Sugar? Yes, Please. Don’t You Pour It Down On Me

I don’t understand why people do this sort of thing in the first place, but I especially don’t get it when the victim is a celebrity. Celebrities have security. Security that’s going to be more than happy to whip your ass at a moment’s notice. Adam Levine Attacked by Sugar Bomb while greeting fans after […]

You Should Probably Turn Off Wi-Fi Assist On Your iPhone. Here’s How

Carin and I got our new iPhones over the weekend. So far, even though I’ve hardly scratched the surface of what this thing can do since I’ve largely been concerned with making sure all my apps still work the way I’d like them to, I’m finding the 6S to be pretty great. The call quality […]

A Wee Bit Of Good News For Blind Voters: We Have Useful Braille To Go With Those Numbers Now, Apparently

In my post the other day, I made mention of the disappointing lack of accessible voting machines in the upcoming federal election. Yes, yet again blind folks are stuck with nothing but that metal dealy with the braille numbers on it and our capacity to hope for the best. But as Carin just pointed out […]

Stephen Harper Isn’t Perfect, Says Stephen Harper

I don’t know how long this Conservative ad has been around, but I hadn’t seen it until the last couple days. Boy, it’s something else. There are a couple of ways to look at this. 1. “Stephen Harper isn’t perfect.” Well, who is, right? That little bit of honesty is kind of refreshing, in a […]