You know that little game where corporations like Netflix, TiVo and Amazon.com try to "recommend" products they think will appeal to you? That process is based on meticulously crafted algorithms that apply artificial intelligence to retail choices.
I wonder if a show about cable and network executives in a modern day version of Trading Places is something I'd reconsider keeping cable TV for, after all, it might make a nice dessert.
There will be many articles devoted to the work Karen Black did, so this one will be dedicated to talking about what a wonderful person she was.
Best of America! That's right, gay marriage, politics, hugs, immigration, etc. Americans are always so smart. Almost as smart as I can be. I'm excited to share some of my interviews with you and I hope you enjoy them.
Have you got what you feel is a unique sound and look that you believe will, "one day," catapult you to the top of the charts? Is one day not coming fast enough?
Royal Prince babies and Weiners! It has been one heck of a week. Who knew things would be so eventful. I don't understand Anthony Weiner though... how can you just keep messin' up like that?
Customer service can really be corrosive, and it gets worse than the usual trolling and abuse. However, singer and poet Leonard Cohen really helps me get through the day, with a small but substantial assist from Dr Stephen T. Colbert, DFA.
There are many reasons great barbecue tastes so mouthwateringly amazing, but the main ones are experience, time and passion. If you happen to find yourself in the Hollywood hood this summer, stop by and watch this master at work.
If there's any place that can offer gay people a voice and an opportunity to make fun of ourselves instead of everyone else doing it for us, it's The Daily Show. The introduction of a "senior gay correspondent" is not only belated but a perfect way to herald in this seeming Gay Spring.
Fourth of July seems like the appropriate time to address why so many viewers are aggressively breaking away from conventional "talk show" television and moving towards alternate means of entertainment.
Stanford University researchers have found that people tend to react in two ways to gaining a sense of moral superiority.
Now that Instagram's video feature is all the social media rage (Vine? What's Vine?!), even celebrities are getting in on the action. So, we scoured...
When I was researching my biography on Stephen Colbert - And Nothing But The Truthiness - I was continually struck by the close relationship he shared with his parents and indeed, with all of his siblings.
The funny woman wields humor in such a way as to remove one gag (through her refusal of silence), even as she makes another -- a joke. Thus, she simultaneously resists shutting down and shutting up.
It startles me to even think this way, but let's be honest. Who has time to linger over the daily paper anymore? With our rushed morning schedules, we barely manage to pick it up from the driveway and toss it in the house.
Pope Francis reiterates ordinary Catholic thought in a way people can understand. This may be the new playbook on how Catholics can spread the Gospel in today's culture.