Few singer-songwriters wear their Leonard Cohen influences as well as San Diego's Woodard. Download a free MP3 of "Reno" courtesy of CNET Download Music.
Offshore wind farms have been discussed frequently in the U.S. lately, but the trend among the turbine manufacturer is to build even larger turbines for land use.
In this case it refers to Jeff Bakalar's face, but it could also refer to Amazon, Steve Jobs, and Skype. Well at least in part. Find out all about all of these things in today's scary and caliente episode. --Tom
Coffins claiming to keep bodies "fresh" are reportedly getting snapped up in Serbia. You'll note this post does not contain the pun "frozen stiff."
Microblogging site pulls down an account claiming to come from the Texas capital's police department after it started posting bizarre updates like "warming up my radar gun for SXSWi."
This week in Nevada, a new case for social workers and little tolerance for parents accused of abuse.
Recently, impostors have been surfacing on the microblogging service, with account names and profiles indicating that they are well-known Internet personalities.
Palm releases a hot new phone and we ask ourselves if the Palm Pre is its saving grace or just destined for failure. Also, Ford trucks get remote PC access, and Lexus thinks it's a good idea to spam you while you are driving!
Wal-Mart is among a growing number of big-box brands pushing to power stores with solar and wind energy.
In an effort to keep "bandwidth hogs" in check, AT&T is testing the idea of placing limits on how much Internet data its subscribers can transfer each month.