Based in Atlanta, GA - Rick Limpert is an award-winning writer, a best-selling author, and a featured sports travel writer.
Named the No. 1 Sports Technology writer in the U.S. on Oct 1, 2014.
Not sure what it was, but "Cyber Monday" Nov. 28 was the biggest day yet at WirelessWednesday.live.
5200 visits to the site.
Heads or tails.
Election officials settled a deadlocked race for a spot on a city council in suburban Salt Lake City by drawing names from a pilgrim hat and flipping a coin — a decision-by-chance that Utah and a number of other states allow to break ties in elections or appointments.
Utah law lets tied votes be settled "by lot" but does not specify what method of chance to use, Elections Director Mark Thomas said Wednesday. A coin toss and drawing names are common methods and they have been used two or three times over the past decade in Utah, generally in small elections, he said.
In the Kentucky city of Grayson, a tied election for a city council seat was settled Thursday with a coin flip.
Talking tech and gadgets perfect for kids on the Sunday Morning Eyewitness news on CBS 13 WMAZ with anchor Suzanne Lawler.
Items featured on air include the Big Red Rooster Alarm Clock that projects the time onto the ceiling. Also, the iClever BoostCare Kids Headphones, Circuit Scribe and Sydney Paige Backpacks.