31% of the total US methane emissions come from energy production, 16% comes from landfills. 20% of THAT 16% is food waste. Continue reading Blame It On World Peas
The Toys ‘R’ Us closing wasn’t a result of kids wanting fewer toys or adults buying fewer toys, or even Amazon or other retailers taking a bite out of the toy market. It was because a bunch of rich old dudes decided to pump and dump the brand with debt. Here’s the technical description of what happened, according to Seeking Alpha: “In 2005, Toys ‘R’ … Continue reading Toys ‘R’ Us: A Simple Explanation
If CBS needed help funding Star Trek, they need only have looked toward Trek’s true fans already doing it on a shoestring. Continue reading Disenfranchised
Live Long And Prosper. Continue reading Pretty Sure It’s OK To Hug A Vulcan Today
The Next Web compiled this handy list of Yahoo’s 2013 acquisitions, and here’s what I think is going to happen next for Yahoo:
They’re going to become the next best thing in digital, gamified storytelling. Continue reading “Let’s Bet On Yahoo’s Next Move”
I’ve resisted writing about Star Trek (2009). Here’s why – to paraphrase Sheldon Cooper from The Big Bang Theory:
“It’s a [Star Trek movie]. Like pizza or particle accelerators even the stinky ones, still pretty good.” Trek is Trek, I say to my semi-Trekkie friends. They roll their eyes.
It’s a hard thing, rebooting a franchise. Continue reading “Nu Trek turned our Trek Heroes into Teens with Problems”
I’ve been a fan of Star Trek for as long as I can remember, so it’s no wonder that whenever I have to make tough decisions – big or small, business or personal – I think about how my favorite Star Trek characters would react and try to incorporate their strengths into mine.