Noted in 2012: My year-end wind down

Saturday, December 29th, 2012

What piqued my curiosity in 2012? Check out my top 12 year-end highlights.

Green eggs and spam

Monday, July 9th, 2012

Those pesky, vile, endless spam comments that populate your queue – and add up to wasted time. But while you’re clearing them out, it’s worth a few minutes to read them, some are very funny.

SIRI-ous fun

Wednesday, June 13th, 2012

TweetJust when I thought the iPhone couldn’t get any more fun, I got my new 4S, which introduced me to Siri. Apple describes Siri as: “…the intelligent personal assistant that helps you get things done just by asking. It allows you to use your voice to send messages, schedule meetings, place phone calls, and more. […]

The DIY Happiness Meter

Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

TweetA new month, and a good time to release my latest examination on measuring happiness. As the curious g readers know, I’m fascinated by happiness studies. Last month, the United Nations released a huge report on global happiness, which I covered in Oh, how happy you have made me. But what if we could easily […]

Once in 100: 11.11.11 @ 11:11:11

Friday, November 11th, 2011

Today, time and date sync to a perfect uninumber palindrome – an amazing event that happens only one day every 100 years. How cool is that?

Goblins, ghosts + gories: Happy Halloween!

Saturday, October 29th, 2011

TweetHalloween greetings to the curious g readers! Costume prepped? Broomstick, or favorite mode of transport ready for this year’s festivities? If you prefer visiting haunted sites to dress-up, here’s last year’s list of the 5 best haunted haunts.

Camels on Lex

Friday, January 7th, 2011

TweetWhat’s happening at the corner of 109 and Lex? No, you’ve not made a right turn into the Sahara. You’ve found the Three Kings Day Parade. Many people wait for this day, the last marker of the holiday season, especially in East Harlem. This upper east side neighborhood plays host to the annual event. If […]

Need a laugh?

Thursday, March 19th, 2009

TweetMy questions are: A: WHY would someone put two camels in a car? B: HOW did someone get two camels in a car? C: WHY is the monkey in a chair? Camels in Car video and the new classic Letterman video, Sneezing Monkey.

Contribute to the AIG National Renaming Project

Monday, March 16th, 2009

What does AIG really stand for?

Perpetual life

Sunday, March 8th, 2009

TweetAt a recent LinkedIn seminar I’d attended, the speaker reminded us to be aware of the information that we put up on the web because even if we delete it, it’s there forever. Here’s a case where forever is exactly what the user is looking for. Welcome to River of Memories. A virtual memoir of […]