New book, looks good...
New book, looks good...
This handy guide answers the question that I've been asked more than any other this TV season: When is "Game of Thrones," HBO's swords-and-treachery epic, coming back? As you'll see (below), it happens to be the same night that "The Killing," AMC's murder maze, returns for its second season. And there's more new programming than you can shake a remote at.
President Obama had the rare opportunity to connect with voters one-on-one on Monday, discussing matters like education, unemployment, and even his upcoming 20th wedding anniversary in a nearly hour-long internet "hangout" sponsored by the social networking site Google Plus.
Hayden’s Law, passed in 1999, requires local shelters to wait at least four to six days before euthanizing a dog or cat, and requires operating hours that allow working people to visit shelters during the weekend and evenings.
Tom Hayden, author of the law and former California legislator, said the law, in danger of being eliminated, protected at-risk animals.
About 65,000 dogs and cats were put to death every year in Los Angeles County at the time of its writing, he said.
"Most of them could be adopted out; most of them were healthy enough to be given a second chance," Hayden said. "They weren’t guilty of anything."
The internet can bring you a lot of joy, but it can also turn into a world of pain the moment you make one stupid mistake. Perhaps you've been feeding the trolls, using "password" as your password, or selling your soul for access to a "free" web app. Your dumb mistakes can come back to bite you in the ass if you aren't careful. Here's how you can save yourself from yourself online.
With the NFL Pro Bowl over, the countdown begins to Super Bowl Sunday, when Tom Brady and Eli Manning, two mighty warriors, lock horns in what is expected to be a true epic battle between the New England Patriots and New York Giants.
As we kick off Super Bowl week 2012, Bill Lucey gives us some perspective and history...
Last year, Stanford University computer science professor Sebastian Thrun — also known as the fellow who helped build Google's self-driving car — got together with a small group of Stanford colleagues and they impulsively decided to open their classes to the world.
IN March 2009, an eternity ago in Silicon Valley, a small team of engineers here was in a big hurry to rethink the future of books. Not the paper-and-ink books that have been around since the days of Gutenberg, the ones that the doomsayers proclaim — with glee or dread — will go the way of vinyl records.
“Any suggestion that we don’t care is patently false and offensive to us. As you know better than anyone, accusations like these are contrary to our values. It’s not who we are.”
You are a company employing underpaid, overworked Chinese workersr to make more money. That's what Apple is doing today. Fix it...
Open letter to Apple: You have the power to force good working conditions across the consumer-electronics industry, and it's time to make it happen.
New CEO needs to step up and fix exploiting the workers while selling products for a bundle. Come to think of it, why doesn't Apple use more U.S. labor? Hmmm...
Ensure that every child in America has access to an effective school library program.
Please sign this petition for school libraries, thanks and your kids thank you, too!
The Internet is becoming our main source of memory instead of our own brains, a study has concluded.
In the age of Google, our minds are adapting so that we are experts at knowing where to find information even though we don’t recall what it is.
According to my iPaw calendar, it’s the last week of January, and here I sit in a glorious field of green grass, freshly rinsed by a recent rain shower, planning for the coming week.
The annual ranking of America's Most Literate Cities is out, and San Diego tied for 33rd. Ouch.