After reading Michael Wolff’s new book Fire and Fury, I’m now certain that Donald Trump is by far the least competent and most insane president to ever occupy the White House.
This blow-by-blow eyewitness account, supported by recordings of most of the conversations, is a shocking tour through the infighting, hate, and total incompetence of the entire staff of the Trump Administration. The only sane people in the building must be the Secret Service agents, kitchen workers and lawn care staff.
After reading this well-written, gripping and true horror story, I can only conclude that our country is in the deepest trouble it’s ever encountered in its 241-year history. I’m also even more disappointed than ever in everyone who was conned into voting for this monster.
Even though I suspect not every word of this book is true, I think most of it is. Page after page, Trump’s true personality makes its loathsome and toxic presence evident. The most frustrating aspect of this is that this pathetic, incredibly stupid individual was completely transparent about what we would be getting if he became president. And he still won the election!
It’s hard to believe that so many people in our society are so gullible, so completely brainwashed and ignorant that they don’t know what they don’t know. Most of the voters described as Trump’s “base” are so filled with hate and confusion that they could correctly be called sociopaths.
If someone as incompetent as Trump can make it to the White House, what else is in store for our battered country? I can only hope the United States can survive this grave error in its electoral process and somehow set things back on course again.
My writing partner John Biggs (TechCrunch, Gizmodo, The New York Times) and I talked with a cool guy the other day. Bob Andelman, known worldwide as “Mr. Media,” asked us about our newly released second edition of Bloggers Boot Camp. We talked about the book and a lot more for the better part of an hour.
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Bob asked us some great questions about blogging, creating content, and generally being cool on the Internet. Johnny and I talked about our experiences at Gizmodo, NBC Universal, Mashable and TechCrunch, and made each other laugh while we tossed out a plethora of blogging tips.
It was a great treat to be able to hang out with John in our first dual interview. Enjoy!
Super Bowl advertising hit a new high this year. I’ve picked my five favorites, and I’ll bring you my opinions from the standpoint of a 40-year media veteran. Continue reading
While YouTube returns most of its profits to those who create its content, Facebook keeps all its profits for itself and its shareholders. I think this is greedy and wrong. Watch this insightful video by Derek Muller of Veritasium for details.
If you don’t feel like watching the video above, let me sum it up for you while editorializing at the same time: Facebook is reducing the number of people who see your updates. Why? Because it wants you to pay to promote them. Continue reading
Forlorn about the total failure of 3D HDTV, television manufacturers are now pushing what they hope will be the next big thing: 4K TV. Does this ultra-high definition format matter in the real world? Continue reading
It’s time for some New Year’s resolutions. Join me as I plan for the coming year, offering insight about how I will be enhancing this site and my life over the next 12 months. I do this in hopes that you might do the same with your life and join me on my search for truth.
I’ll reveal how I’m going to modify my coverage on this site, describe the changing role of technology and gadgetry in my life, show you how I’m going to change my approach to social media, and let you in on what I foresee for the future of CharlieWhite.net. Continue reading
Looking for that perfect gift for the gadget aficionado in your life? I’m here to help. I’ve compiled a short list of the five most useful, highest-quality and best-performing gadgets I’ve ever used. Continue reading
Even after listing 75 writing errors in parts one and two of this ongoing series, I haven’t mentioned hundreds more writing, usage and style errors that could seriously diminish a professional writer’s credibility.
I’m sure you aren’t one of those error-prone authors, and there won’t be a single thing on this list that trips you up. But you might want to take a look at it just to be sure. Continue reading