Something Extra: Internet InsanityIs the internet driving us crazy? How long can you stay away from checking your texts, your email or Facebook? Are you addicted? Those are among the questions asked by the thought-provoking cover story of this week's Newsweek.
Something Extra: Mickey And Kim Jong-UnThe Cold War ended more than twenty years ago, so it's easy forget the extreme paranoia of regimes behind the Iron Curtain and how those regimes closed themselves off from Western influence.
Something Extra: Reality TV Jinx? Why would anyone want to get married on television?
Something Extra: Our Debt To The Declaration"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."
Something Extra: Mermaids And The Federal GovernmentAlbert Einstein said "imagination is more important than knowledge."
Something Extra: Work, Work, EverywhereIf you're like me, the first thing you do when you wake up is check your email.
Something Extra: One Of The Wackiest Polls EverWhen deciding whom to vote for in a presidential election, I'm sure one of the big issues you think about is which candidate would better defend the earth against an alien invasion.
Something Extra: Bye Bye Big BenThe Empire State, the Eiffel Tower, the Taj Mahal and Big Ben are among the world's most famous buildings. Right?
Something Extra: Go Heat!Even if you are not a sports fan, you have to appreciate how a championship team can do wonders for a community and bring us all together in celebration.
Something Extra: Bye-Bye Bookstores? Are we nearing the end of the book as we know it?
Something Extra: How To Live To 100If you want to make it to 100, get some sleep!
Something Extra: Surveillance SmilesAlmost every day there's news of someone doing something terrible on surveillance tape.
Something Extra: Shameless StereotypesWhat makes a city manly?
Something Extra: Political PollutionWhy would any sane person become a politician these days?
Something Extra: Facebook FolliesThese should have been the best of times for Facebook. And they are pretty fantastic for Facebook insiders who have sold their stock.