After the coffee. Before figuring out new passwords ... again.
The Skinny: Are you as tired of choosing new passwords for work-related software and email every three to six months as I am? There are only so many variations I can come up with on the Redskins or my cats' names. Give
Daily Dose: Baseball season is a little ways a way, but
Orange is the new green. Netflix added a couple of million subscribers and boosted its profits for the fourth quarter which once again sent its stock to the stars! The streaming company has been spending heavily on original content including dramas
Think of the pudding product placement possibilities. NBC is back in business with Bill Cosby, whose sitcom in the 1980s paved the way for decades of ratings success. The network said it is developing a new comedy with Cosby. It's the second time NBC has bet on one of its old stars. Hopefully it will work better than
Making news. United Talent Agency has gobbled up N.S. Bienstock, a small but prestigious New York talent shop that counts among its clients many of the top television news personalities. Heads Richard Leibner and his wife, Carole
Still not satisfied. He's 70 and has ruled the music world for almost 50 years but
Inside the Los Angeles Times: Mary McNamara on Fox's new drama "Rake."
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