So, if you're like us, you've heard the term "net neutrality" in the news quite a bit recently. Net neutrality, basically, means that all data on the Internet is treated equally, and nothing that you try to access gets preferential treatment over other data.
We live in a world of entertainment overload. There's an overabundance of options to watch your favorite TV shows, Movies, etc. But with all these options at our finger tips, how much of it do we actually watch? How many of the 200 plus channels in our TV packages do we actually turn to?
1982 was a huge year for arcades. New titles like Q*Bert, Dig Dug, Robotron: 2084, Pitfall!, Ms. Pac-Man and Joust helped the burgeoning game industry moving forward, and claimed countless quarters from arcade-goers’ pockets.
Has the outcry from Donald Sterling's private comments that were made public gone too far? The owner of the L.A. Clippers has been banned for life from the NBA and now a local coach has lost their job in a slightly similar circumstance.