Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey

Ok, so check it… I am NOT your chick-flick, Hallmark, Lifetime movie-lover. I also HATE Christmas movies (I make exceptions for The Preacher’s Wife with Whitney and This Christmas). And even though I do like a good musical every now and again, I wasn’t aware that Jingle Jangle would have singing and dancing, so I went into the movie with no expectations. I figured it couldn’t be too bad with a stellar cast that included Phylicia Rashad, Forest Whitaker, Anika Noni Rose, and Keegan-Michael Key. Thirty minutes in I was…

Amazon’s Dr. Nashlie Sephus Buys 12 Acres for Black Tech-Hub in Jackson

“Today was the culmination of over 18 months, 12 acres, seven buildings, two downtown districts, three unwilling to do a loan banks, a committed team, a lot of dollars, a solid group of lawyers, and a lot of patience and grit to invest in my hometown of Jackson, Mississippi, bringing technology access for all. Excited for the journey that’s about to come!“ These words were part of a post on the Amazon Applied Science Manager’s Facebook page, breaking news on a new venture worth 25 Million dollars. Dr. Nashlie Sephus…

You Think You Know Microsoft Excel Until It’s Time to Microsoft Excel Some Shit

Is it just me, or has Excel gotten confusing as shit, lately? Listen, I know it’s always been a little confusing for me growing up, but gawd damn, I can’t even copy and paste properly anymore. And don’t get me started on these gawd damn formulas or how Excel will sometimes just say fuck it, and crash. Or how creating a chart or spreadsheet is easy, peasy, but formatting that it requires you to take one of those brain pills from the movie Limitless. But the reason I bring up…

Report: Air Conditioning May Be Spreading COVID-19 And I Think I’m Ready To Move To Mars Now

COVID-19 is attacking our way of life in more ways than one. According to new studies by credible folks who study shit like this, apparently the act of people staying indoors in order to avoid COVID and the heat maybe a contributing factor to the spread of the deadly disease, especially in the south. Just as chilly winter temps create the perfect conditions for passing colds and flu, especially in a lot of Northern states, researchers believe broiling heat could be having the same effect, (Especially in the Southern states) sending people…