My takeaway and first impression from meeting Martha Coakley is that she’s a woman of her word — someone who researches the facts, opinions, and options; chooses a course; and sticks with it. For some, that methodical strategy may seem slow, but for me, it seems wise.
Before seat-back entertainment and in-flight WiFi, there was window-gazing and reading, and this: The In-flight Report.
Presidential candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have extraordinary educational backgrounds, which came at high costs. This infographic looks at their schooling, from elementary to graduate school.
Two-thirds of Americans have taken a “staycation.” With the average vacation costing $1,180 per person, it’s no wonder!
A look at what Erica Swallow is doing during SXSW 2012.
A look at four t-shirt quilts that I commissioned from T-Shirt-Quilts.com. They represent social media, travel, NYU and Paragould High School — four important parts of my life.
The recent creation of Facebook Open Graph opened a whole new can of worms regarding privacy on social networks. Now more than ever, the world is all a-buzz about privacy. But what about privacy for criminal suspects? Faisal Shahzad, the suspect who admitted to attempting to explode a bomb in Times Square on May 1st, has…