Archive for 'television'
A high-definition television is a mainstay in most homes. We depend on this device to provide us with news and entertainment. After a hard day of work, relaxing on the couch in front of the TV helps many people unwind. On the weekends, watching sports or a good movie is commonplace across the country.
Televisions are […]
Over three months have gone by since I last updated this collection that I have been consistently maintaining for over five years. The neglect was not intentional, and I haven’t completely lost my passion to write new content on here infrequently.
I can’t say that I have been busy, because I have just been going through […]
The last day of July has quickly arrived which marks the last day that I have to squeeze a post in to keep up with my minimum of one personal post per month update that I’ve been managing for a few months now. I don’t have much to update you with here, so I’ll hopefully […]
In order to keep the promise to myself to update this collection of writing at least once a month, here is June 2011’s installment of what’s going on in my life.
June has flown by fast like the previous five months of this year so far, and I key this in during the last few hours […]
the obligatory end of the month update from yours truly that normally does not have ridiculously long titles for posts
Despite the ridiculously long title as mentioned in said title, I will attempt to keep this particular post as close to the bare minimum as to not only make it easier for you to finish reading but also for me to get all of this off the backburner in order to move forward to more […]
April won’t pass me by without an update to this collection I’ve been maintaining for years. This month has been super busy which made it fly by like the others. I’m committed to not missing a month without writing a post here to keep it going, so here we go.
This semester is almost over. I […]
#6088, aired 2011-02-16
Ken Jennings vs. Watson vs. Brad Rutter
The IBM Challenge. Game 2.
(Details derived from J! Archive)