Gwen Stefani, Gavin Rossdale Expecting Third Baby Boy

Gwen Stefani, Gavin Rossdale Expecting Third Baby Boy

By Meaghan Ellis January 18, 2014

No Doubt singer-songwriter Gwen Stefani has announced that she and her husband Bush frontrunner Gavin Rossdale are expecting their third child. While the announcement of the pregnancy was rather stationary, the way in which she revealed the child’s gender was …

Two Musical Collaborations You Need To See Two Musical Collaborations You Need To See

Did you know that Rosie O’Donnell is a drummer? She is, and she recently joined Cyndi Lauper onstage for a rendition of “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun”, along with St. Vincent and Alexis Krauss from Sleigh Bells. The performance was …

Woman Crying Uncontrollably While Being Frisked by the TSA (video) Woman Crying Uncontrollably While Being Frisked by the TSA (video)


New video seems to be coming in daily of horrific incidents involving the TSA. This video captures an incident of a grown woman sobbing uncontrollably while being frisked by a TSA agent. The video was captured by blogger Jim Hoft …

Is Google Showing Political Bias with Search Results?


There are people who think Google is incorporating political bias into search results. As examples they use misspellings of George Bush and Barack Obama. Are the results of misspelled queries really something Google would take the time to specifically alter to inject their political beliefs though?

Search for Barack Aboma in Google and you will get a "Did you mean: barack obama" suggestion, and the top 2 results for Barack Obama:

Addressing the State of the White House Technology


Since President Obama was sworn in and Whitehouse.gov has switched to a new interface, there has been an endless amount of chatter about the state of the White House’s technology. Some discuss the shortcomings, while others defend it as just fine.

Tradition and Transition

On Wikipedia, Bush More Popular Than Jesus

You may have heard already that Wikipedia hit a milestone recently with its two-millionth English article, which was, ironically, about a Spanish TV show called El Hormiguero. As interesting as that is, it’s also interesting to note that George W. Bush is officially more popular than Jesus.

Unique Content Sources in Saturated Markets

Hamlet Batista commented on my last post that a problem with blogging is that many people look to the same sources for inspiration and information to blog about. Even in the most saturated markets there are a wide array of unique data sources. Here are some of my favorites: 

Search News Flash: People Like Free

Close to four percent of all search queries last week contained the word "free." Is this an indicator of a plummeting economy? Hitwise’s Bill Tancer says it’s just how people work.

U.S. Broadband To Reach 86 Million Households

Around 86 million U.S. households will have broadband Internet access by 2012 according to a new report from JupiterResearch.

Google’s Love Affair with Wikipedia

Much has been said about Google algorithmic favoritism for Wikipedia. I was working on a project this weekend about celebrities, and wikipedia’s dominance in the SERP’s was nothing less than astounding.

EBay Lets Britney’s Hair Down
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The phrase "only in America" has never been more apropos. And the phrase "Britney shaved" has never had such an ironic connotation. And eBay has never been quicker to remove a listing (can’t really back up that last part).

Bush No Longer A Miserable Google Failure

The practice of people creating a multitude of links to President George Bush’s WhiteHouse.gov profile with the words ‘miserable failure’ as anchor text has been known as Google bombing. Now Google has made a change rendering that Google Bomb a dud.

Bush: Use Blogs Spread the Good Word

According to Wizbang President Bush during an audience Q&A encouraged supporters of the war to use blogs and word of mouth to spread good news about Iraq…

Bush Recommends Blogs

Dropping in on Wheeling, West Virginia yesterday to rally support for the Iraqi War, President Bush also dropped a word that maybe even surprised himself: blogs. The armchair warriors at home whispered among themselves, “did he just say blogs?'”

President Bush Hails Alternative Media

The various blogs, websites, and radio shows supportive of the President and his Administration’s agenda have given George W. Bush an edge against a frequently hostile mainstream media.

Google Alone In Battle Against Bush

The story about Department of Justice attorneys filing suit in federal court for access to Google’s databases exploded across the Internet, and it appears they out of the big four search engines resisted prior requests for that information.

A9 Now Has People Snoop, Er, Search

Amazon’s A9.com search engine now lets you be a giant gossipy snoop. Zoom Information Inc., a search engine engineered to collect information on people and offer automatic summaries about them is now the default source of people information on A9.com.