The 128-team countdown continues with a MAC power that should be on the way back up. Confused? Check out the advanced-stats glossary here. 1. A Joey Potter season Nothing makes me roll my eyes faster than when someone on a television...Show More Summary
“We make invention accessible,” boasts Quirky, a company that develops products designed by everyday inventors through online submissions, and which currently offers 400+ products submitted by more than 1,000 inventors. It’s a complex, ambitious model for a startup– perhaps overly so. Despite glowing reviews from a variety of publications, […] Read more on MAKE
Beneful dog food is blamed for causing thousands of dogs to grow ill, with owners claiming that the Purina product caused stomach pains, weight loss and even death. The accusations are part of a class-action lawsuit against the pet food maker filed in U.S. Show More Summary
Kirk Cameron was the big "winner" at this year's Razzie Awards. Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas took home Worst Picture and Worst Screenplay, and the Growing Pains alum was also named Worst Actor for the film. "Kirk Cameron and his ego" also won Worst Screen Combo. Show More Summary
As the Oscars get ready to allegedly salute Hollywood's best tonight, the Razzies held up its stinkers, and Kirk Cameron, you are the big winner. The former Growing Pains star was awarded not one, but four Golden Raspberries last night for his Saving Christmas, reports People. Cameron won Worst Picture,...
Former "Growing Pains" star Kirk Cameron was the big winner, or loser, Saturday at the jocular 35th Golden Raspberry Awards, which dishonors the worst in cinematic achievement.
The latest mobile gaming app hit is Trivia Crack, but its method of using questions supplied by its many players has created a backlog of questions that are still awaiting approval. The app, developed by Etermax, gets an average of one million questions per day submitted by users, according to the developer's founder Maximo Cavazzani.
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"I don't want to be married anymore." A whisper moved across my husband's lips as if he couldn't find his voice. A whisper, a barely audible cluster of words, were about to change the trajectory of my entire life. "What?" I stammered. We stood in the kitchen, our two year old son playing at our feet. Show More Summary
This article originally appeared on VICE UK. Garry Anthony Fraser has encountered more death and pain in his lifetime than most of us would in ten of our own. During the 80s, when Garry was growing up in Muirhouse, an estate north of...Show More Summary
You may recall I discussed this topic--Data Warehouses (a.k.a. business intelligence) in a widely-read blog entry, Data-Driven Districts Face Growing Pains. One fact is incontrovertible--school districts need access to a bewilderingShow More Summary
God reminds me all the time that if I am not growing, painfully so sometimes, I am not really living.
The quality-measurement enterprise in U.S. health care is troubled. Physicians, hospitals, and health plans view measurement as burdensome, expensive, inaccurate, and indifferent to the complexity of care delivery. Patients and their...Show More Summary
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Alibaba Group’s chief financial officer said during its earnings call today that the e-commerce giant’s focus on mobile will result in some “near-term growing pains” but ensure profitability in the future. The company’s revenue for the quarter ending in December rose 40 percent to $4.22 billion, but still missed the $4.45 billion analysts polled by Thomson Reuters… Read More
Rumors have been circulating that Chad and Erin Paine were expecting, but the couple remained mum on the subject. However, after the episode of Bring Up Bates aired on Thursday, Erin was finally able to break the silence about her pregnancy. Show More Summary
Julian Edelman may play professional football for the New England Patriots, but he also has a solid presence on YouTube. In a recent post, Edelman takes the focus off deflated balls and makes a video of the team to the style of '80s sitcom classic Growing Pains. We see Tom Brady and Shane Vereen grow from chubby-cheeked kids to football super-stars. Show More Summary
Super Bowl-bound New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman had a little fun at his teammates’ expense for Throwback Thursday this week, mashing up childhood and college pictures of himself, his teammates, and his coach in anShow More Summary
As one grows older, one does not only get wiser (hopefully), but you would most probably notice that the vigor of your youth would have started to disappear – slowly and surely. No longer are you able to party all night long withoutShow More Summary
Three steps to find the opportunity in each and every business problem.