Learn more about "It Can Wait" at: http://bit.ly/JMwcDE. Xzavier, Chandler, Debbie, and Reggie all know the horrors of texting & driving firsthand. Acclaimed...
This documentary about the effects of texting and driving called, is only 35 minutes but is very powerful and should be shown in every high school and to parents as well. It changed the way I viewed my texting and driving habits.
As you search for a movie to watch this weekend, consider abandoning the fictional for some real-life drama. Here are 12 completely fantastic documentaries on Netflix right now, destined to blow your mind (or at least make you think a little).
First of two sets of powerful documentaries you can get on Netflix streaming I will post now.
Earlier this month, Foursquare announced plans to remove the concept of checking into a location from its iOS app. Those plans are right on track now that the new Swarm app is available for download on the App Store.
Adobe has recently released a new free app for story telling called Adobe Voice. This app helps you create stunning animated videos in minutes. No filming — just talk to tell your story. Pick from over 25,000 beautiful iconic images to show your ideas and Voice automatically adds cinematic motion and a soundtrack.
In ESPN The Magazine, Chris Jones writes that Tyler Summitt, Pat's son, has been preparing for his new head coaching job at Louisiana Tech his entire life. But can a 23-year-old really revive a storied women's hoops program?
Today, we have Fitbit, a tiny wearable computer that instantly analyzes your physical activity from inside a band slipped over your wrist. But in 1959, a state-of-the-art physical activity tracker was a little different.
What is STEM? It's the acronym for science, technology, engineering and mathematics. But while kindergarten through 12th grade education usually focuses on science or mathematics in isolation, all four of these disciplines ...
This article could be renamed, "All About James Puliatte" and perfectly describes what I could never articulate to people about myself. If you know me then you can probably read some of it and say, "Oh yeah he does that." However, I am not posting this as a cry for help or to complain. ADHD has molded me into the person I have grown up to be and has contributed to my successes. Yeah some parts are annoying, like when you're putting away your laundry and decide to completely reorganize your closet (happened last week*)
But the part that reads, "The exception to this is a thing we get called hyper focus. Occasionally, when something just clicks with us, we can get ridiculously deeply drawn into it, and NOTHING can distract us. We've locked our metaphorical office door, and we're not coming out for anything short of a tornado."
For me basketball is that thing that "clicks", it always has and always will. When I am working on basketball or when I am coaching, I am always in hyper focused mode.
My friends should love the fact that I have ADHD. It is ADHD that allows me to drop everything when they need help with something, hyper focus on their problem, and come up with a solution, then go right back to what I was doing. This also helps me in my job.
Nothing in life is perfect, you have to take the pros and the cons. For me, I'd rather "suffer" from ADHD then even think of the alternative.
Assuming you've already powered through our previous collection of 12 mind-blowing documentaries to watch on Netflix, we've pulled together another set for your non-fiction viewing pleasure. Please binge-watch accordingly.
Second set of "mind-blowing" documentaries streaming on Netflix. I have seen many of them and they are not exaggerating by using the term, "mind-blowing".
All those late nights that children of the '80s and '90s spent curled up with a flashlight, reading "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark," will finally get a new life in the form of a movie. That's right, everyone's favorite childhood fright-fest is heading to the big screen.
"Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark", is being made into a movie...by the writers of "Saw". Oh boy...