China: Oh China, where do I even begin? In the first ever Foush triple whammy, China is not in my good books this week. 1) Faking fireworks with CGI Some of the fireworks viewed in the television footage were computer generated images. The
I was really disturbed to read this article on the PETA Blog. Apparently, the people over at the animal rights advocacy group saw the brutal (and frankly horrifying) murder of a Greyhound Bus passenger as an opportunity to draw
You have to listen to this voicemail to believe it. It's been circulating online for the past few days, and thanks to an insightful (and profoundly disturbing) article by Torontoist, I discovered that this prime specimen is hails from Toronto.
In the wake of the new Rogers iPhone data plans, there is an online movement afoot, imploring Apple God Steve Jobs to please intervene on the behalf of 20,000 Canadian consumers who are being bled dry by high cost. As
As news of the Rogers iPhone data plans continue to disappoint Canadians everywhere, I'm sad to say that I am unsurprised by these events. The plans offered are total garbage and useless to anyone who actually wants to use the
In this day and age you have to be very conscious about what you write and what you say especially if there are cameras around. The web tends to grab the most insignificant moments, usually when you are angry, down
I love when Ad companies try to use "hip" or "natural" lingo in a commercial to give consumers the illusion that they are with it, and if you purchase product XYZ, you'll be with it too. It's also funny when companies
I drove by the Sherwin Williams store today and was stunned by their logo. I immediately came home and Googled it. In a word that is being increasingly driven by branding, I believe that companies need to be aware