The social world was buzzing yesterday following the launch of a brand new, mobile-based, photo-sharing app called Color. Many of the most respected technology pundits and bloggers around are raving about the potential for Color to change the way people interact with their surroundings. The excitement surrounding the potential for Color can be summed up in a single number: $41,000,000. That is how much venture capital the developers raised before the product even …continue reading the rest of Color: Why You Should Be Scared
Archive for March, 2011
An ex-Boy Scout camp director and YMCA water safety instructor accused of filming and distributing child pornography entered a guilty plea this past Tuesday on three of the seven counts he is facing. Similar accusations have been made against dozens of coaches with USA Swimming in the last year as well. In fact, it seems as if horrifying stories like this are coming from every possible direction: sports teams, churches, high schools, and even daycare centers.
While the pain and torment experienced by all of the victims is …continue reading the rest of 3 Trends in Child Abuse Scandals
Ten months ago I bought my first home. In that time I’ve been busy painting, landscaping, and even replacing the home’s original windows. Until last week, I had been feeling pretty good about my first go at this whole home ownership thing.
That is, until I came home from dinner on a Saturday evening and forgot to close the garage door. Temperatures dropped well below freezing that night. Predictably, I woke up to frozen pipes. After about 20 minutes of …continue reading the rest of Lessons Learned From a Burst Water Pipe