I take a guess at what are the most popular Western animated cartoons, ranging from Mickey Mouse to Looney Tunes to SpongeBob SquarePants.
I take a look at 2018 Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, including the usual dominance of Amazon and decline of brick-and-mortar sales.
I take a look at what salaries various non-wealthy superheroes—such as Superman and Spider-Man—earn in their civilian alter-egos.
As a follow-up to an earlier post, I take a look at five more examples of obsolete technology references in cartoons, including the once-common phone booth.
While Google dominates many areas, other options do exist. I take a look at Google service alternatives to Gmail, Google Docs, and more.
Apple’s reported its sales for 2018. While the iPhone is a majority of 2018 sales, its “Services” (iTunes, the App Store, etc.) also shows improvement.
The latest updates on the blog’s status, including some changes in plugin usage, plus the return (yet again) of a “hire me” page for my writing services.
Flickr’s announced plans to limit free accounts to 1000 photos, plus changes to Flickr Pro. I give my thoughts on this, plus look at Flickr alternatives.
I take a look at the current state of different digital movie stores, including Amazon Video, iTunes, Vudu, and Google Play.
A look at what non-DC/Marvel comics are out in January 2019, including Boom! Studios’ new series “The Avant-Guards,” plus Archie’s swing to older readers.