Posts Tagged: google

YOUTUBE TUESDAY: Subway Shakesphere, ‘Skyscraper’ Cover, Google+ Bites The Dust

I’ve taken the New York City Subway a many times, and have never seen something this… awesome?To a much more normal setting for a performance, here’s a pretty good YouTube cover of Demi Lovato’s “Skyscraper”And here’s a parody, not a cover, of Queen’s “Another One Bites The Dust” poking fun at the quick irrelevance of… Read more »

YOUTUBE TUESDAY: Six Sisters from Cali, Google Doodle Dandies

Forget “Glee” – someone get these six sisters from California their own show! Cimorelli is the name of the group, and the girls are racking up YouTube views by the millions with their acapella covers.A different type of talent was shown by others on YouTube last week, after Google featured a playable guitar on it’s… Read more »

Google Doodle Gee-Tar Flow!

I feel like you had to be living under a rock today to not know that the Google Doodle on the top of was a live, playable guitar in honor of Les Paul’s birthday. Paul is credited with creating the electric guitar that gave way to the sound we know as “rock ‘n roll.”I… Read more »

VOICEMAIL MONDAY: Here’s My Number, Make A FREE Call

Yes, those people you hear on “Voicemail Monday” are actual listeners, just like you, that leave me a message heard by hundreds of thousands of people on “The Ralphie Radio Show.” My personal number is 716-222-0VMM (0866). The area code is 716 because I’m originally from Buffalo. Leave a name, shout out, request, funny story… Read more »


For months now, you’ve heard voicemails played off my BlackBerry every Monday in a little weekly segment we call “Voicemail Monday” here on “The Ralphie Radio Show.” But forget my coworkers, celebrities, or my (beloved) cousin Tony – now YOU can be the star and have your voice heard on “The RRS”!Calling from a regular… Read more »

AUDIO: The Top 10 Twitter Trends of 2010

I mean, it’s “The Ralphie RADIO Show” – so why wouldn’t there be audio associated with the top 10 trending topics on Twitter in 2010? BTW, of the 25 billion tweets sent last year, those trends were… 1. Gulf Oil Spill2. FIFA World Cup3. Inception4. Haiti Earthquake5. Vuvuzela6. Apple iPad7. Google Android8. Justin Bieber9. Harry… Read more »