Now featured in the "Rhetoric" chapter of the Norton Field Guide to Writing's 2013 edition.
Most commercial airplanes have an indestructible flight recorder, also called a "black box" - even though the casing is actually bright orange. Actually, there are two of them: One records information from the flight computers, and the second box records cockpit audio and other sounds inside the plane.
With all the hacks and data leaks over the past year, many readers have asked me whether there's any security difference between using debit or credit cards for holiday shopping. Not all plastic is created equal when it comes to safeguarding your accounts and your holiday purchases.
From scantily clad anime babes to wiry Boba Fetts, geeks from all over the Valley flocked to Phoenix Comicon to celebrate both the 35th anniversary of Star Wars and the nearly religious monument to pop culture that brought them to downtown Phoenix.
Twenty five years of experience pays off when an hour of comedy leaves audience members incapable of maintaining a consistent level of raucous laughter because they're simply out of breath. Todd Barry's stout, self-satisfied grin makes it seem effortless.
Twilight, otherwise known as the reason paranormal romance takes up half the bookstore, is the spark that reignited fangers back into the public eye. The book's main character, Edward is an odd vampire. Rather than facing an inward battle between his animalistic need to suck blood and his rapidly-receding humanity, he's a really attractive guy with a lot to offer.
Advertorial piece for SimpliSafe.
Advertorial content for LifeLock.
Wrote site landing page and site copy for ASU Online.