David Bowie

With the death of David Bowie, no glib intro from me because the stars look very different today.

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  • Just in case you missed it the first two times:

    David Bowie was a tech visionary. How he beat Napster and Wall Street while building a web empire. The Best of CES. We’ll take a virtual tour of Michael’s bank account using HTC’s new headset, and Gadget Ninja Erin Lawrence scales down the side of G&B headquarters with the next generation television you can’t see when off. Plus — the lowest blow of them all in the US Presidential race. The GOP nomination process takes on a decidedly dark tone as one candidate is accused of liking Nickleback.

    • No, we proof-read. But we also research the show, record it, edit it, write the articles, design the album artwork, build the SEO for the stories, and write promotional tweets. So yah, every once in a while something falls through the cracks like “Nickelback” spelled “Nickleback.” Thanks for the heads-up.

  • Nobody Proofreads Anymore <—— apparently loves NICKLE(NICKEL)BACK more than Bowie. get a life.