Middays with Terry Morgan
Five Illnesses That Should Worry You More Than Ebola
With the death of the first confirmed Ebola patient in the United States, fears of an outbreak are spreading like wildfire. But honestly Ebola should be the least of your worries.
Don’t Shake Hands During Flu Season to Stop the Spread of Germs [Video]
My father always told me to make the best first impression was to walk right up to someone, look them in the eye and give them a firm handshake. Usually good advice, except during cold and flu season.
Help Terry Mess With Brad’s Netflix Article [Poll]
In keeping with one of radio's oldest traditions--DJs pranking other DJs--I have sabotaged Brad's Netflix article and poll. Now I need your help.
Experience The World’s First YouTube Musician [Video]
I think we are witnessing the beginning of a phenomenon. There is a musician who collects YouTube clips and makes amazing music. Seriously amazing.
Not Even 24 Hours In and Apple’s iOS 8 Irritates Me
I haven't even had Apple's new iOS 8 installed on my iPhone 5 for 24 hours and I've already disabled most of the new "revolutionary" features.
Apple Versus Android: Does It Really Matter? [Poll]
I was reading about the new features to expect in Apple's new iOS 8. In the comments below the article there were a glut of Apple bashing comments, and I couldn't help but wonder if it really mattered at all?
Bigger Is Better – Are You Upgrading to an Apple iPhone 6? [Poll]
Last week Apple announced the biggest thing to ever happen to the iPhone. Apple's high-end smart phone is now available with bigger screens. When the iPhone arrives at retailers this Friday (Sept. 19), will you be upgrading?
13 Years Later I Still Remember the Shock and Awe of 9/11
It's been thirteen years since the tragic events on September 11th, 2001 claimed the lives of nearly 3,000 men, women, and children, and changed our lives. I will never forget how I felt on that morning when the world seemed to stop turning.
How Much Smartphone Data Do You Really Need? [Terry’s Tech Support]
When most major cell phone companies announced the end of "unlimited" data plans I was concerned about living under a limited cap--with the possibility of overages and additional fees. But I endeavored to find out how much data I really needed and was surprised by the findings.