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Monthly Archives: June 2017

Why Google Is the New Evil Empire

“We don’t need you to type at all because we know where you are. We know where you’ve been. We can more or less guess what you’re thinking about … Is that over the line?” – Google Chairman Eric Schmidt Continue Reading Below   A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away there […]

Greg Bird’s cat is a descendant of Dr. Evil’s

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FCC Approves Time Warner’s WPCH Sale to Meredith

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Attendance Dilemmas Are Challenging The Yankees To Revisit The Fan Experience

The New York Yankees have been a pleasant surprise at the outset of the 2017 baseball season. Most prognosticators and algorithms predicted the Yankees to be an unspectacular ball club who would win approximately 82 ball games this season. However, a healthy injection of youthful exuberance blended with sage veteran leadership has the ball club […]

MLB Daily Line Drive: Friday’s picks, betting odds and analysis

The Indians will look to rebound from their disappointing road trip, by sending Corey Kluber to the mound against a team he has dominated, the White Sox. Get analysis on all of today’s games as well as tips on weather, umpires, and other betting trends with our daily MLB Line Drive. Double-Play Picks Chicago White […]

Meet Jessica Peltz-Zatulove, Partner at MDC Ventures

Venture capital used to be a cottage industry, with very few investing in tomorrow’s products and services. Oh how times have changed. While there are more startups than ever, there’s also more money chasing them. In this series, we look at the new (or relatively new) VCs in the early stages: seed and Series A. […]

Apple’s iPhone, Now and Then: Comparing the 2007 iPhone to the iPhone 7

(aapl) services with a touchscreen-based handset that would prompt countless others to deliver copycats. The original iPhone kicked off the past decade’s smartphone surge, and still serves as one of the industry’s most legendary products. Still, if the 2007 iPhone were on store shelves today, you’d laugh at it. The device would appear bulky, its […]

Root Sports to be rebranded as AT&T Sports Networks (but not Root …

It’s apparently the year of name changes at regional networks. Following NBC rebranding Comcast SportsNet Bay Area and California to NBC Sports Bay Area and NBC Sports California back in March, Root Sports has now announced that their Pittsburgh, Rocky Mountain and Southwest regional networks will be changing to the ATT SportsNet brand this July. (And […]

Purdy: Congrats to the 2017 Giants, on track to be worst in San Francisco history

You must give these Giants of 2017 a ton of credit. They are making a serious run for the franchise’s worst ever record, despite owning talent far superior to other historic worst Giants’ teams. That’s an accomplishment. Not the right sort of accomplishment, of course. But an accomplishment. It’s mostly stunning for the way all […]

As Giants tumble, so do ticket prices on resale market

As Giants tumble, so do ticket prices on resale market By Henry Schulman June 24, 2017 Updated: June 24, 2017 7:29am