I’ve noticed that we at Bham Now give the Pizitz Center a ton of coverage. I’m sure some of that is because we offer native advertising (which this is not, by the way). But I think there’s more to it than just money. I’m writing a love letter to what I see as the under-appreciated star of the Pizitz food hall: Tropicaleo.
Another week, another top 10 list, and this one features everything from concerts to cars to cycling to cardboard armor! As usual, band links should be assumed to be inappropriate for blaring over computer speakers at work – use headphones instead!
Have you ever seen the old Ghost in the Shell series? It was awesome, you should watch it. More importantly, though, it’s becoming more and more relevant: far too many computers today are vulnerable to malware.
Last week, a multi-continent attack crippled Britain’s National Health Services, among other individuals and groups. How can you ensure your own computers are secure?
Congratulations! If you’re reading this, you’re interested in money, experience, and probably both! Finding a job that’s better than “may I take your order” might seem daunting, but it’s really not that bad. Continue reading “A Birmingham guide to “just getting a job””
Japanese punk rock comes to Birmingham tomorrow, and it’s a trip down an alternate timeline where JPop never took off and Japan’s America-lite culture instead threw itself into making its own rock! Continue reading “Happening tomorrow in Birmingham: Shonen Knife”
I’ve posted before supporting Birmingham cycling, so when I got the opportunity to work on the upcoming Bike to Work Day, I jumped, exams or no exams! Continue reading “Birmingham’s Bike to Work Day is May 19th: what you need to know”
Most likely, the extent of your involvement with the FBI is limited to what you’ve seen on the X-Files or the Blacklist. The Bureau just isn’t something the average citizen comes into meaningful contact with. But being an “average citizen,” as peaceful and routine as it might be, might not satisfy you. I’m not saying you should commit a string of felonies across state borders (please don’t), but how does one get involved with the FBI?