The federal court judge tasked with reviewing the pending $142 million settlement for the millions of fake accounts opened in customers’ names isn’t ready to rubber-stamp the deal. In fact, the judge’s questions about this settlement appear to indicate that he may reject the agreement. Judge Vince Chhabria issued an order [PDF] last night asking… (0 comment)

Baylor football coach Art Briles answers questions from the media during the NCAA college Big 12 Conference Football Media Days Tuesday, July 23, 2013 in Dallas. CREDIT: AP Photo/Tim Sharp The bottom just keeps falling at Baylor University. On Tuesday night, the Christian university was served with its seventh Title IX lawsuit. This one was… (0 comment)

If the federal government won’t do it, states will. With federal efforts to limit carbon emissions on hold, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe opts to begin a regulatory process to reduce power plant emissions in his state. CREDIT: AP Photo/Steve Helber Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) on Tuesday instructed state officials to begin a process of establishing… (0 comment)

“It doesn’t matter how many times you get knocked down. All that matters is you get up one more time than you were knocked down.” ~ Roy T. Bennett   Instead of blogging this morning I have been processing raw ginger root. One kilogram of organic ginger from our local farmers markets. Peeled. Then chopped. Then… (0 comment)

Google’s 360-degree video obsession is coming to your TV. Today YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki announced that the service’s two-year-old 360-degree feature will “soon” land on smart TVs and streaming devices that run the YouTube app, including Google’s cheap Chromecast streaming dongles. The TV experience works a lot like it does on a laptop: You click on your… (0 comment)
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