Author Archives: Gina

40th Anniversary Sony Walkman

40th Anniversary Sony Walkman

Great news! The Sony Walkman is coming back. Sony is introducing a whole new generation to what was once the staple portable player. Sony has confirmed that it will release a new version of its revolutionary portable music player, the NW-A100TPS with a 40th anniversary logo printed on the back. This new device is quite…Read more »

The “Friends” App

The “Friends” App

So much talk about the Friends 25th anniversary. Well, now here’s more. Now the Friends can be there for you all the time – in your pocket or purse – thanks to the new official Friends app. Warner Bros. has gone all in with an app that fans have long requested. Downloading the app at…Read more »

Wet Hair At Bed Time?

Wet Hair At Bed Time?

Do you go to bed a night with wet hair? I do all the time and wake up looking Cruella Deville. Here’s a product that would be interesting to try. It’s called “DryZZZ”. It’s a pillowcase designed to dry your hair while you sleep. One side of the pillowcase is a regular one; the other…Read more »

Are You Sleep Deprived?

Are You Sleep Deprived?

Are you sleep deprived? Many Americans are. The recommended eight hours of sleep is, for many, a dream – myself included. A new survey of 2,000 Americans say they want a “perfect” night so badly that they’d take a 10% pay cut for just one. The survey conducted by OnePoll on behalf of the bedding…Read more »

Will Like Counts Be Removed On Facebook?

Will Like Counts Be Removed On Facebook?

First it was Instagram and now Facebook looks like it may start hiding the “Like” counter on news feed  posts. Instagram is already testing this in 7 countries, including Canada, in an effort to prevent users from destructively comparing themselves to others. According to TechCrunch, Facebook confirmed that it’s considering testing removal of “Like” counts,…Read more »

Winter Talk Already

Winter Talk Already

Oh, this is cheery. The Farmer’s Almanac and The Old Farmer’s Almanac have released their forecasts for the upcoming winter. Seven major storms are predicted specifically from Washington State into Michigan. It will feel like a never-ending winter. The North Plains, the Great Lakes area and the Northeast will see colder-than-normal temperatures for most of…Read more »

Dr. Seuss Experience

Dr. Seuss Experience

This sounds really cool. If you are a fan of Dr. Seuss, check this out. The Dr. Seuss Experience puts people inside real-life expressions of books like Cat in The Hat and The Lorax. The 15,000 square foot exhibition debuts in Toronto on October 26th. The colorful displays are scheduled to stop in Seattle, Boston…Read more »

Funny T-shirt

Funny T-shirt

So much talk about pumpkin spice everything. It’s everywhere. Some love it, others don’t. Special props to B107.3 listener, Sharon Miller, who sent me the pictured pumpkin spice t-shirt. She tells me she has one order. Too funny not to share.Read more »

Who’s Working The Hardest?

Who’s Working The Hardest?

In honor of Labor Day approaching, the Company, WalletHub, crunched some numbers. Based on criteria like average work-week hours, commute time, and number of people who work multiple jobs, North Dakota was named the Hardest Working State in the union. Alaska was second, South Dakota third, Texas number four and good ole’ Nebraska came in…Read more »

Want Clean Hair?

Want Clean Hair?

There are so many shampoos to choose from these days. A website by the name of wellandgood.com says if you want your hair to actually BE clean you should look to see if salicylic acid is one of your shampoo’s ingredients. The same salicylic acid that’s used in some of the most popular over-the-counter acne…Read more »