Learn how to find safe YouTube children’s videos as well as a few of our favorite shows such as Mighty Machines and Blippi!
The Song & Videos I’d never heard of the band Magic! before their song Rude began to dominate the air waves. I must confess that I enjoy the song – even though I feel ambiguous about its lyrics. The song has an upbeat and happy feel to it, at its best speaks of true love unwilling
A Little Fun… Today I watched (HT: Mashable) a beautiful, fun video by some of our elder generation performing a rendition of Pharrell Williams’ recently famous song ‘Happy.’ I’ve embedded it below. After you’ve watched it (or before) check out the original music video, embedded below. Some More Serious Thoughts [Feel free to skip this
A long, long time ago (okay, I really don’t remember how long ago – but in internet time, it has been a long time) I signed up for a program called HitBliss. It allowed me to watch a few videos and earn cash. I think I could cash out back in the old days, I’m
I don’t have cable or broadcast television. I watch almost exclusively via the internet (Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Instant Video). I pay my $8/mo. to Netflix and am fairly happy – though not as happy as when DVDs were still included in the price. So, I love Netflix – but I also want to note just
I have no clue how popular Brooke Fraser is. She writes songs that are oftentimes cryptic and open to interpretation with a folksy sound. But it doesn’t really matter how popular she is – b/c I like her music – so I listen to it and I want to share it with you. Probably my
Laptops are great. You can take them with you wherever you go – but they tend to lack in the speaker department. Between the cooling fans in the laptops and any background noise in your environment, watching or listening to anything on your laptop can be a real chore. Sure, you can wear headphones/ear buds
Introduction Last week I wrote a review of The History Channel’s The Bible Mini-Series, Part 1. If you’ve read the review you’ll know that I wasn’t a huge fan of the series thus far due to (a) its being too ambitious in covering too great of a time span, (b) the lack of multidimensional characters,