If you're like me (and here's hoping you're not), you haven't even started your holiday shopping yet. But here's the rub, Christmas is a week away! Are you freaking out now? I am. In fact, I was awakened by a panic attack this AM.
Well here is a list of some holiday shopping guides to help you make your seasonal consumption easier.
During SuperBowl last night, Comcast's feed in Arizona was interrupted and replaced with a several seconds long pornographic clip.
Comcast believes the pornography that interrupted its feed of the Super Bowl Sunday night was the result of foul play, a company spokeswoman said Monday morning. ... The Arizona Daily Star newsroom was flooded with calls from irate viewers who said that the porn cut into the game with less than three minutes left to play, just after Arizona Cardinals player Larry Fitzgerald scored on a touchdown pass from Kurt Warner to put the team in the lead.
Callers said that the clip showed a woman unzipping a man’s pants, followed by a graphic act between the two.
At least Comcast is now admitting it seems likely this is a prank, unlike Google.
Over the weekend, if you searched anything on Google for a period of time, everything that came up warned you that it may harm your computer.
This weekend, the mighty Google, the world’s most popular search engine, proved fallible. Following a period on Saturday where nearly all search results were flagged with the warning the sites "may harm your computer," Google’s vice president of search products and user experience Marissa Mayer issued a statement on the company blog that attributed the incident to human error.
Uh-huh. Suuuuure it was human error, Google.
Then there is the "possible" suspect (what does that even mean?) Rodney Stanger in the case of a missing girl in FLA. I think it's safe to assume Stanger is not really a hamster.