Aprueban medidas históricas para garantizar la neutralidad en Internet

La Comisión Federal de Comunicaciones de Estados Unidos (FCC, por sus siglas en inglés) aprobó este jueves una medida histórica que considera a internet como servicio público, una decisión clave que permitirá regular más estrictamente la red. Las nuevas reglas, aprobadas con una votación de 3 a 2 por la comisión liderada por los demócratas, actúan para proporcionar igualdad de oportunidades en la velocidad de internet y el acceso a sitios web. La decisión indica que no habrá vías de …

I Should Wear More Red. You, Too?

I almost always wear black. It dresses up inexpensive basics, and it makes otherwise-edgy leather leggings and over-the-knee boots come off as classics. But now, having watched Viola Davis (below), Jane Fonda, Allison Janney and Christine Baranski sporting high-voltage reds at the Golden Globes, I’m suddenly feeling kind of drab. Red really does send an instant message, especially at 50. “I’ve got confidence and attitude,” it says, “so pay attention!” Make resolutions with staying power! Sign up for our free …

Look Hot for the Holidays

‘Tis the season of opportunity – a time when festivities that require you to mingle (ack!) likewise give you a chance to: a) Find things (a lead to your next job; a new spin-class buddy; the love of your life); b) Explore a new interest (wine-tasting? catering?); or c) Volunteer for a worthy cause in your community. Yes, holiday socializing involves a leave of absence from ankle pants, jeans and layers, but not to worry – our favorite TV “girlfriends” …

Ernest Borgnine: A Last Big Laugh

  I last spoke with Ernest Borgnine about two years ago, just before his megahit action flick RED was released. “We shot it all in about two or three days, and that was it,” he said. “Then I was home, countin’ my money!” Borgnine laughed-that huge,  hearty laugh that was as much his trademark as his big gap-toothed grin and generous girth. Virtually until the end of his life on June 8, Borgnine never