This is a continuation of my 2013: A Tech Odyssey series of posts. You can reference the first post in the series here. Apple’s Sauce Is Losing Its Flavor I still remember seeing the first iPhone commercial. That easy, light tune plucking away, while on-screen someone’s (very well-manicured) hand navigated the web effortlessly using touchscreen motions I’d never seen, [...]
From The Blogosphere:
Since we are obviously incapable of seeing the future, it’s in our human nature to conjure up ideas of what we think that future holds. From analyzing trends, behaviors, and recent developments, I believe the biggest tech news in will be tied to very specific events and achievements yet to occur. Thus my next three articles [...]
mag·pie noun \ˈmag-ˌpī\ 1: any of various birds (especially Pica pica) related to the jays but having a long graduated tail and black-and-white or brightly colored plumage 2: a person who chatters noisily 3: one who collects indiscriminately I would say that I’m a self-professed magpie. I like to collect things. Lots of things. Is it bad to want [...]
(this awesome photo is courtesy of our own local taste-maker and amazingly talented Franey Miller) With the holiday season fully in swing, (truth be told) I’m getting a little sick of red and green and Santa Claus and reindeers and ho ho and mistletoe. Call me a grinch but that’s how I feel. On [...]
The Voice-Tribune's Sports Desk:
Conor Daly was born and raised in Noblesville, Ind., and on Sunday, the 21-year-old will suit up and drive in his first Indianapolis 500.
The message should be crystal-clear by now to anyone who has been paying even the slightest bit of attention to goings-on in Thoroughbred racing.
Christian Academy of Louisville fell to host Pleasure Ridge Park 8-2 on May 17.
The world’s greatest sports writer of all time is about to come alive again.
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