The Day of Infamy: Pearl Harbor’s legacy

It is true what they say about events that occurred in December: they can't size up next to the Holidays and get lost in the spending glitz. And yet, an important anniversary, that of the attack on Pearl Harbor, deserves to be brought out of obscurity, each and every year. As every year passes … [Read more...]

Thank you, Veterans

Today's day marks the 70th anniversary of D-Day; the decisive moment in history that changed the route of World War II. Although other battles cost many more lives, the beachhead of D-Day allowed the Allies to shrink the stronghold of the powers of the Axis and begin the liberation of … [Read more...]

A Tale of Two Cities

My dentist is ailing, and his new assistant, who spoke with a Middle Eastern accent, saw me after my regular six month cleaning. I was surprised to learn he is from Syria, and he was equally surprised I was aware of the monstrosities happening in his homeland right now. Luckily, his immediate … [Read more...]

Bitly should stop using the Libyan .ly TLD

Bitly is perhaps the most popular URL shortener, and it has been using the "" domain hack for quite some time. For the lazy out there that don't want to type, the version saves them three whole keystrokes. Now that Chris Stevens, US ambassador in Libya has been killed, … [Read more...]

National September 11 Memorial & Museum

September 11 marks a day of infamy, long to be remembered for the terrorist attacks of 9/11/2001. After seeing how neither or provide any sort of important information on memorial services, I found the following web site, at A small portion … [Read more...]