The Prodigal Newshound
I just signed up to get the Sunday paper again, after many months of neglect. You do remember newspapers? They came delivered by paperboys and papergirls on bikes and in their parents' station wagons, in the mornings or the evenings, landing with a thump on your porch or just appearing by magic in their little platic cubbyholes next to the mailbox at the end of the drive. They brought the world...
GB, Petentials.com Swap War Stories
The GB gang meets up with another Internet startup to swap war stories and compare wounds. Why does the camera concern them? Doesn't everybody record their every move?
Buy a Home, Get a Wife
Think the real estate market is too rocky to buy a home? Well, if you take one woman's offer, you can get a 2,000 square-foot, four-bedroom home complete with the chance of true love. She's using the Internet to sell her home and her heart.
Dig Into Your Family's Roots
Millions of people around the world are tapping into the Internet and technology to climb higher into their family trees. With billions of ancestry records now available online, see how people are unlocking mysteries about their families.
The Marketplace Fairness to Big Business and State Governments act; the latest Tax Grab
Very quietly, the Senate introduced a bill which would implement collection of state sales taxes on product sales made over the internet on April 16th . This Bill is called the Marketplace Fairness Act of 2013 with 29 sponsors is predicted to pass the Senate today and has been introduced in the House. The arguments for this act seem to come from people who think that the lack of sales taxes...
The Boogie Woogie Man
Tommy Johnson may be the fastest Boogie Woogie man alive but no one knew it until he overcame his fear of the Internet and posted a video on YouTube. Now this 71-year-old keyboard wizard is having the time of his life and has fans all over the world.
A Life Online
Remember that time before there was an internet, when socialization meant leaving your house and research involved a trip to the local library? Yeah, me neither. How did we survive?
I do a lot of staying at home. I work from home and, let's face it, this is Florida. It's 900 degrees out there and air-conditioned in here. So I socialize a lot from home as well. Being online has also changed my...
A Look Into the Not-Too-Distant Future
What do healthcare leaders need to do to take advantage of the tremendous power of the Internet? GB CEO Marc Middleton and marketing guru Andrea Eliscu tackle the tough topic for the Healthcare Strategy Alert! magazine.
After producing shows for Barbara Walters, John Tesh, Whoopi Goldberg and Matt Lauer, Ronni Bennett is now an investigator, reporter and researcher on all things related to aging.
All that's fit to print - not exactly
marveling at all the innovations with technology and the impact they have had on
our lives since I was born. Computers are as ubiquitous as the kitchen stove.
From mainframes to PCs to embedded computers in our vehicles and varied
household devices, they allow us to live our lives easier and more efficiently.
And with the computers came the internet, a technology that stretches...