On the front line of the costliest battle in the high-tech world.
With the announcement of 35 Denton's initial lineup, it was only a matter of time before you felt that tightening in your chest, aka the first round of SXSW acts. North Texas' Blackstone Rangers, Ronnie Fauss, the Relatives, Somebody's Darling, Sarah Jaffe and Tedashii are all represented. Thurston ... More >>
If you haven't seen the most recent 60 Minutes piece on the potential threat to U.S. telecommunications infrastructure posed by Plano-based Chinese telecom titan Huawei, watch it. If you have, the U.S. House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence released the results of its investigation Monday, ... More >>
A few days ago, Stream Data Centers announced it was in the process of building out a 20,000-square foot server farm in Richardson, in the Telecom Corridor -- not necessarily the sexiest press release in the world. (Though there is the part about the building's being able to "withstand 125 mph wi ... More >>
Patrick MichelsTomorrow, Jerry Jones will display just how he plans to use his video screen to air the biggest advertisements you can't fast-forward through.I saw this just-moved press release concerning an 11 a.m. press conference at Cowboys Stadium tomorrow, featuring Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jo ... More >>
Dallas' other quarterback content with triumphant anonymity
Laura Miller to homeless: Get out of downtown. Homeless to Laura Miller: We've got our own mayor.
Darn close to the real thing
Massage therapists feel their way around corporate America
Cork screw; Bunny rumba; List Watch
Carlton Stowers goes in search of the dark muse that inspired pulp-fiction legend Robert E. Howard, the West Texas recluse who created Conan the Barbarian
Kirk Wong's new film is both deeply funny and unmistakably dark
Veterinarian Norman Ralston favors acupuncture, herbs, and homeopathy instead of traditional animal medicine. He says pets speak to him through a channeler, and he lets them prescribe their own treatment. It's no wonder state regulators are keeping a clos
The economics of selling the "wine fooler" to Dallas' minority community
From a tiny food counter in South Dallas, Delvin Gray struggles to change the world