Pastor, writer, thinker, sports fan, amateur photographer, Kari’s husband.
MySpace isn’t dead. But the social networking website that has been to Facebook what Apollo Creed was to Ivan Drago in “Rocky IV” may want to start looking into hospice care. Last spring, Owen Van Natta was named the CEO… Read More ›
Last week in the London Telegraph, I saw this headline: “MySpace: is this the beginning of the end? The news that MySpace is set to sack a majority of its international workforce, outside of its headquarters in the US, should… Read More ›
I watched the MSNBC coverage of President Barack Obama’s address to the joint session of congress before I actually read the transcript. I thought one of two things. Either MSNBC had reached a new level of shamelessness in their love… Read More ›