Yeah, we were pretty shocked too.
According to LeaseTrader.com, a poll of more than 1,500 women across the country found that 23.4% of women are now choosing to drive on the first date. That’s a 30 percent increase from a year ago when 18 percent of females said they’d be taking the wheel.
Does this indicate that women have better navigation skills? Or a better sense of direction? Does this allow a guy to sit shotgun and text his friends? Or the restaurant?
As reported this morning by David Colker, the New York Times said this morning that it plans to begin charging frequent users of its website.
Readers will get an unspecified number of articles for free per month and then be asked to pay a flat fee for continued, unlimited use.
Mobile phones are often literally people’s life lines in third world countries. Especially in a crisis situation, like the one happening now in Haiti, it is the only means of communication.
In this photo, an enterprising Haitian sets up shop with a cell phone charging station run by a small generator in Port au Prince, since the electricial power is not working.
Photo credit: Paul J. Richards / Getty Images.
Guess who tops the list? If you live in L.A., it probably wasn’t a tough question for you.
According to the Daily Beast, the Hollywood Freeway in Los Angeles (the 101) takes the top spot, calling bumper-to-bumper traffic “America’s collective nightmare.”
It is definitely a tie that binds.
The good thing about a storm is… the rainbow after the rain. If you’re reading this out there on the road, we hope you got a chance to see this up close.
A rainbow hovers over Highway 138 on the way to Palmdale as the first of three strong winter storms moves through Southern California.
Photo credit: Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times.
With Coachella coming up, will you be outdoors, holding your mobile phone in the air, while listening to Muse out in the desert?
If Coachella is already on your mind, here’s the short list: