Facebook: You're Boring, So I'm Leaving

No, I'm not quitting Facebook, though it appears that many of you are (and feel the need to share it with all of us).

A survey released last week by the Pew Internet & American Life Project found that 61 percent of Facebook users have taken a â€œFacebook vacation."


Red Sox Pushing Hard on the Public Relations Front

Chicken and beer. September collapse. The firing of Terry Francona. The hiring and eventul firing of Bobby Valentine. 

Since the 2007 World Series Championship season, the Red Sox have been in shambles. The team is more of a side attraction to what is Fenway Park, the amusement park that the owners are selling more than the product on the team.

Fans are fed up as season ticket sales are down. The team is on the bottom wrung of fandom in Boston.

Queue the public relations onslaught.

Blizzard of 2013: Let's Not Freak Out

We're New Englanders. We've been here before (well, those of us born before 1978).

When I was a reporter for the Globe during the late 90s, I covered a handful of storms, including the April Fool's one.

Super Bowl: Yes, We Boston Fans Can Sulk

Boston has been known, over the past 12 years or so, as Title Town. However, since the 2011 Stanley Cup, Boston teams have floundered when it comes to winning on the big stage. 

The Boston Globe published a story today, on Super Bowl Sunday, about the sulking Boston fan base -- a fan base who has been accustomed to winning, but is now relegated to think about our pre-2001 days when we all found comfort in our losing ways and used those feelings to fuel the passion we have for our teams.