Cell phone use could indicate brain dominance. The side of your head you hold your cell phone to could reveal which half of your brain you use the most, according to a study by lead researcher Michael Seidman, of the Department of Head and Neck Surgery at Henry Ford. Chances are, if you hold your [...]
Accidentally butt dialing someone is embarrassing or inconsequential to most, but for two Fresno, Calif., men, their cell phone mishap landed them in jail. The call, which went to 911, started like any other call to the police dispatcher, with the operator asking, “What is...
Dianna Agron chats on her cell phone while out shopping with a gal pal on Friday (May 17) in the Soho neighborhood of New York City. That same day, the 27-year-old actress tweeted about her Glee co-star Jenna Ushkowitz‘s new book “Choosing Glee,” which she made a contribution to by writing what glee means to [...]
While many of us today use our cell phones as cameras, "point and shoot" had a very different effect when your camera was shaped like a handgun. Here are some of the weirdest vintages cameras, from cameras shaped like pistols and watches to one that could photograph an entire train at once. Read more...
The week of May 17th, 2013 pits IRS scandals with phone hacking, Kanye West, stem cells, and David Beckham, leaving shocking news for every type of person.
Two days ago libertarian author and National Review theater critic Kevin D. Williamson was slapped by an audience member sitting next to him after he grabbed her cell phone and threw it towards the exit. He was then ejected by theater management. Show More Summary
With the ever-changing mobile landscape, it can be difficult to pinpoint what type of phones your company's employees need. The following five features are a great starting point in determining the right phones for your business.
Cell phone abuse at the theater is a chronic problem, one that the city of New York seems incapable of solving. It's telling that the story of Kevin Williamson, a theater critic who grabbed a woman's cell phone during a performance and threw it, has provoked such a huge response. Show More Summary
(Orin Kerr) I’ve blogged a few times about the substantial lower court division on whether the police can search a seized cell phone incident to arrest without a warrant under the Fourth Amendment. Today the First Circuit further deepened the split in United States v. Wurie by holding that a warrant is required. With Wurie today and [...]
Hop on an Emirates flight in Dubai and get up to cruising altitude. You realize you forgot to tell your assistant to make some crucial plans when you arrive at your destination. No problem: Just take out your cell phone and make a quick...Show More Summary
With the world still divided over whether it's okay to grab a disruptive theatergoer's cell phone and smash it, we turn to monologist Mike Daisey, whose electrifying performances tend to make you feel less like a spectator and more like a quiet intellectual participant. Show More Summary
Yesterday's story about an irate theatergoer who smashed an obnoxious audience member's cell phone struck quite a nerve, not just on Gothamist but on websites around the world... wide web. And although most of us declared cell phone tosser Kevin Williamson a hero, others were uncomfortable with glorifying what was, on one level, an act of violence. Show More Summary
How do you teach a rude stranger about etiquette and manners? There’s an easy answer: you don’t. Perhaps you’ve seen the story of … Read More
Shhh, it's story time. In the latter half of the 1990s, bands like Third Eye Blind, Fatboy Slim, and Destiny's Child were replacing grunge on the airwaves, Friends was on the television, your cell phone was bigger or non-existent, Y2K panic was lurking in the air, and I... I was living on the beautiful sandy shores of Rhode Island, where I attended college. [ more › ]
In a story that’s been going around the internet for about a day and a half now, Kevin Williamson, a theater columnist for The National Review, is currently being hailed [...] The post Vigilante Theater Critic Defenestrates Rude Broad’s Cell Phone appeared first on FilmDrunk.
Summary: We are in an era where almost everything is getting thinner -- from computers to cell phones right down to our favorite canned beverages. Just a few years ago, Pepsi introduced the "Skinny Can" in an effort to give a new look and meaning to its diet soda. Now, Diet Coke has upped the ante by introducing...
JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery Study Highlights A study by Michael D. Seidman, M.D., of the Henry Ford Health System, West Bloomfield, Michigan, and colleagues examined if an association exists between sideness of cell phone use and auditory hemispheric dominance (AHD) or language hemispheric dominance (LHD). Show More Summary
Presented at the 28th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Society of Hypertension Considered the "silent killer," high blood pressure affects approximately one billion people worldwide, including one in three adults in the United States. Show More Summary
Our favorite preggo kitty form Cougar Town just purred her way out of a ticket!! Busy Philipps cruised through Beverly Hills in her shiny Lexus SUV today, but an angry cop pulled her over for talking on the cell phone! And that's when the 33-year-old actress and expectant mother of her second got cheeky with her explanations!! We [...]
Reese Witherspoon chats on her cell phone while getting out of her car and heading into Boa restaurant for lunch on Thursday afternoon (May 16) in Los Angeles. It was just reported that the 37-year-old actress will be reuniting with her Walk the Line co-star Joaquin Phoenix in the upcoming movie Inherent Vice, according to [...]