What’s the Scoop on Google’s New Mortgage Shopping Tool?

Google is by far one of the best run companies in America. They have a distinct management style that makes them highly profitable, and their products stand far above the competition. Seldom does a Google venture fail because they thoroughly research new ideas before making a move. It was a pleasant surprise when the company announced its launch of a new mortgage product, Google Compare.… [Read more]

Bridging the Digital Divide: Google Fiber Is Closer Than You Think

Will the nation see a bridge over its digital divide? When will cities that aren’t part of a metropolitan statistical area with more than several million people have access to the technology they need? We’re moving in that direction; on August 15, 2013, Google confirmed that Provo, Utah will be the second city after Kansas City to get Google Fiber, with Austin, TX not far behind.… [Read more]

It’s A Wrap – Week In Review February 12, 2012

This week ended with the passing of an icon, music legend Whitney Houston. At 48 years of age, the amazingly talented Ms. Houston leaves behind a legacy filled with publicly documented personal ups and downs — but history books won’t soon forget the impact she had on the music industry and song stylists everywhere; she touched the hearts of millions of people around the world and her voice will live on forever.… [Read more]

The New Google Privacy Rule: One (7 page) Policy, One Google Experience

In hearing that Google was changing their privacy policy and switching it to “one single policy”, I decided to check it out.  When I logged into my Gmail account, a page appeared that prompted me to either, a) move on to my Gmail account (this option was a bright blue button) or, b) read the new policy (this was a gray button that blended almost into the background.)

I clicked on the option to read the new policy and was surprised when confronted with a page full of text, not one simple sentence stating the new policy.… [Read more]

Iowa Caucuses 2012

Reporting the top news story of the day in an old style ticker-tape manner:  Blah, blah, blah, blah….Mitt Romney wins Iowa Caucuses….blah, blah, *yuck*, blah…blah….Oh my, how embarrassing….blah, blah, blah…He did what? He spent MILLIONS of dollars to beat his opponents and the difference between first and second place was only 8 votes?…*Giggle* blah, blah, blah…What is that you say about ‘return on investment’ for the guy who used to run Bain Capital?…blah, blah; YADA?…YADA?!?…Yes, Rick Santorum….*googled his name…ewww..[Read more]

Oh Lord…

I like spiritual people; I can appreciate folks who use whatever means necessary to find peace and bring serenity into their lives without hurting and/or imposing upon other people.  It’s the fake religious folks, those with that ‘moral Christian soldier’ agenda who make my arse itch.The field of candidates for the office of President of the United States has widened… well, OK, we lost one applicant running for the position: Tim *YAWN* Pawlenty, former governor of Minnesota — we now have Rick Perry, governor of Texas, among the other political luminaries *cough!!*  such as Michele Bachmann and Herman Cain *LOL!!* and Rick Santorum *Google ‘Santorum’ HAHAHA!!*

*Sigh*   Yep…Perry is just what America needs, that is, if we’re interested in placing another religious zealot from Texas in the White House.  … [Read more]