It's been said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Scientifically, that's true because it's the first meal of the day. It's the longest you've gone without eating, so breakfast replenishes your body and gives you energy for the day...
Oh boy. Is that tricky word dessert or desert? It depends if we're talking about sweets or sand, and one of them is the most commonly messed up word in Idaho.
California is right there with us. They can't spell it either. And wait til you see what Montana has trouble spelling.
The Google Santa Tracker has already launched, and Bing is not far behind with their high tech NORAD radar tracker.
Don't they know he's at Boise Towne Square already? We've seen him at the Village at Meridian and in Nampa too. But here's how we can officially track him.
Maybe you've Googled your own name, or a few hard-to-find Pokemon characters more often than you've looked up a celebrity online. That might be a good thing.
But if curiosity about Gary Busey or Vanna White's birthday gets the best of you and then next thing you know you're Googling, you're not alone. There's one name that comes up more than any other in Idaho, and I bet you'll never guess what
Three high school boys may change the way we search for anything online. After winning a school hackathon competition, they used their $500 prize money to enter a tech convention showing off how their creation could change how we search online. Take that, Google!
What would Google have to deliver? Is it the Philosophy lip gloss I order? Or maybe it's the back-to-school clothes I found on sale? We don't know the answer to what will be delivered but we do know Google will have the ability to deliver it. Introducing: Project Wing.
Why this is so fascinating to me, I have yet to figure out. I guess it's just that most of us go to work every day, drink the bitter coffee for a late-morning pick-me-up and then scrounge for change in the bottom of our purse to get something out of the vending machine. The thought of a company providing gourmet meals to their employees sounds pretty awesome!