Wednesday, November 26, 2014

RadioShack Can Help You #GiftSmart This Year

Thanksgiving is upon us and Santa has already dropped some cool gadgets at my door. Those gadgets came wrapped in a big white box with a red bow, and now both my husband and kids are getting something a little early this year from RadioShack.

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Letting the Kids Skip School to Play Games

School is very important and when I was a kid I had perfect attendance most years. I have evidence of this feat in the form of little blue certificates of merit that were handed out at the end of the school year. Most of the time it was me and maybe one or two other kids, but a few years it was just me. My kids will not be getting one of those certificates this year because I let them skip a day of school last week just to play a new game all day.

Monday, November 17, 2014

That One Time I Hung Out With Dodge and Mötley Crüe at Gas Monkey Live

The General Lee
Dodge is 100 years old. In fact, it’s actually 100 years old on this very day, as I’m writing this post. It was November 14, 1914 that the Dodge brothers built their very first car. This is a pretty big milestone and to celebrate, Dodge threw one heck of a party.

Friday, November 14, 2014

2015 Dodge Charger: A Bad, Bad Sedan That's Oh So Good

Once you have kids, you have to rethink your automotive priorities. That cute little two-seater won't work anymore no matter how much you love it, so you're going to have to spring for something a little bit larger. There's the ubiquitous minivan, ugh, but there's also the good old sedan. The 2015 Dodge Charger is a sedan, but the word good doesn't apply. This is a bad, bad, sedan and it's so much fun, you won't even miss that two-seater.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Chevy Aims to Educate: Keeping Teen Drivers Safe

GeekDad Matt Blum, a crash test dummy, and me. Image: General Motors
There are a lot of milestones in a child’s life like getting that first tooth and learning to walk, but the one that scares a lot of parents is the day their teenager gets a driver’s license. It’s a rite of passage for teens, but how do we make sure our kids are safe once they drive away?