SIX OF THE BEST… 1990s TV shows that could use a reboot

I've watched a lot of TV over the years. A lot. I've seen shows come and go; I've seen shows hang on for far too long, and other get cancelled far too soon. I've seen [...]

By |May 23rd, 2018|Six of the Best/Worst|0 Comments

SIX OF THE BEST… ways technology depresses us

I have been diagnosed with depression by two different therapists. I'm pretty sure they're right. One of them, who I saw on and off for almost five years, said I had dysthymia with double-depression, which [...]

By |September 9th, 2015|Six of the Best/Worst|0 Comments

It’s hip to be square root of 3

For those who don't know, the square root of 3 is an irrational number and is known as Theodorus's constant. I could waffle on about Fermat's method and all of that stuff, but I'd rather [...]

By |June 13th, 2014|Nerdery Publications|0 Comments

“V” for Visitor, Victory and Vendetta

It was 1984 and the invasion was underway The aliens had arrived. They didn't arrive in spaceships though, they did it by teleporting through my television. Actually, technically speaking it was my parents' television. And [...]

By |June 5th, 2014|Nerdery Publications|0 Comments

SIX OF THE BEST… things that drive you nuts about your co-workers

You don't ask for much, right? You just want people around you to do their jobs, do them correctly, and not be morons, right? Yeah. Well, good luck. Here are six of the best things [...]

By |February 19th, 2014|Six of the Best/Worst|0 Comments

SIX OF THE BEST… ways to make cleaning suck less

One of my favorite things about moving is that I get to start on a fresh canvas, cleanliness-wise. It was even better this time because all the floors were new and all the walls had [...]

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Shut Up and Take My Money, USA Network!

I am a proud cord-cutter. And not just because the doctor handed me the scissors when my daughter was born. When I moved last September, I decided that I didn't need to pay for television. [...]

By |January 10th, 2014|Nerdery Publications|0 Comments