I take a look at my favorite geeky podcasts of 2018, from NPR’s “Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me” to the Black designers podcast “Revision Path.”
An explanation of why Diverse Tech Geek went offline for several days, as well as my experiences so far with its new web host, Digital Ocean.
A look at what independent comics are coming out for December 2018, including “Atomic Robo” and the newest installment of “Lumberjanes.”
I take a look at what Marvel and DC Comics are releasing for the final month of 2018, including a new ongoing series for Miles Morales.
In this month’s blog status update, I look at some of the changes I’ve made to my social media presence, including less emphasis on Google+.
Apple’s announced this year’s new iPhone models. I give my thoughts on news of the new iPhone Xs, Xs Max, and Xr, plus the death of the headphone jack.
A recent survey shows that Americans who still have cable TV subscriptions tend to keep them out of convenience and tradition.
Donald Trump’s repeatedly stated the FCC should revoke NBC and CNN’s licenses. But what does it take for a broadcast TV station to lose its license?
Google turned 20 years old this week. With an infographic’s help, I look back at some of the highlights over the tech giant’s existence.
I take a look at the dominant influences and trends in 1990s TV animation, from “The Simpsons” and “South Park” to “Animaniacs.”