February 26, 2009

From CNN’s Lauren Kornreich One of the most intense guessing games of President Obama’s new administration is finally over: the choice of first dog. (CNN) – One of the most intense guessing games of President Obama’s new administration is finally over: the choice of first dog. First Lady Michelle Obama told People magazine that her family has […]

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February 26, 2009

I have a friend, Darius, who is creating a game for a small game system called the Meggy Jr.  Watching him work on this, I was impressed with the tools that he came up with.  He’s not a (really) a programmer, but still somehow can make tools that serve his needs pretty well.  I’ll let him […]

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February 24, 2009

Organizing your site carefully from the start can save you frustration and time later on. If you begin creating documents without thinking about where in your folder hierarchy they should go, you may end up with a huge, unwieldy folder full of files and an unorganized navigation for your readers to try and sort through. […]

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February 24, 2009

When you wear jeans too sizes too small, you are bound to get the “sausage” leg look.    Let’s hope that hasn’t happened to any of the 9 girls from Girls Generation.  All members were at hand to meet and greet with fans to celebrate the release of their minialbum, “Gee” at Mokdong on February 21st.

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February 21, 2009

Fate of Iconic Jack in the Box Founder, Jack, Hangs in the Balance  SAN DIEGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Jack in the Box®, one of the nation’s largest hamburger chains, kicked off a multi-week marketing campaign during the Super Bowl with a cliffhanger ad that left the fate of famed Jack in the Box founder, Jack, up in the air. […]

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January 22, 2009

Wasn’t Barack Obama supposed to be the president to lead us to a “post-racial” America? Wasn’t Barack Obama supposed to be the president to lead us to a “post-partisan” America? Obama’s inauguration is the first I can recall where a racial smear was contained in a prayer while the president’s speech attacked those who didn’t […]

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January 22, 2009

My friend, CNN Contributor Donna Brazile, said the inauguration of the first African-American U.S. President is a day to rejoice. On CNN.com, she explains why President Obama succeeded where others before him have failed. What surprises you the most? Only four years ago, Barack Obama became the junior senator from Illinois. He was a virtual […]

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January 20, 2009

Barack Obama is hosting the party of a lifetime, and it seems that there’s no penny pinching going on in spite of the recession. US President-elect Barack Obama and his wife Michelle wave during yesterday’s ‘We Are One’ concert, one of the events of Obama’s inauguration celebrations. Estimates are that total costs for Obama’s inauguration […]

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January 17, 2009

Chesley B. “Sully” Sullenberger III is being hailed across America after heroically landing his disabled US Airways jet in the Hudson River. All 155 passengers on board the “Miracle on the Hudson” survived. YOU DECIDE: What would you like to tell the pilot of US Air Flight 1549? Click on “Leave a Comment” below. We […]

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January 14, 2009

President Bush gave his last scheduled news conference yesterday and now plans to give a farewell address to the nation on Thursday night at 8pm. He’s asked the networks to give up some of their coveted prime-time schedules for it. President Bush plans to give a farewell address on Thursday night. He will deliver the […]

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