For those who haven’t watched this one yet: While smart from a marketing and strategy perspective, Apple’s first-to-market launches always lead to a lot of bugs, so I await the list of flaws when people really start to buy this thing. (Yes, I’m still angry about my iPod dying exactly one month after the warranty […]
Archive for January 2010
RT http://onion.com/a9twzi via @The_AV_Club – Fun look at fake computer screens from movies # RT @The_AV_Club – A fun look at fake computer screens from movies # SOTU's a wrap; time for Great Lakes beer and Fallout 3. # Here's NY Times link to GOP rebuttal, which I pieced together by a "View Source" when […]
Just stated my list to my friend Brian: Abraham Lincoln. Probably a cliché, but that’s a good thing. Benjamin Franklin. Smart, practical, and clearly a cool dude for a party. Teddy Roosevelt. Easily the most bad-ass liberal President. Other nominees?
With Follies 2010 coming up in a few weeks, I have mad video editing to do. In the meantime, here’s a quality Ross video from 2008:
I’m not 100 percent bummed about tonight; this will probably force Obama and the Democrats to focus on naked job-creation projects like they should have done in the first place. The only problem is that any efforts to get job projects passed will probably get caught in the newfound morass – by gaining a seat […]
Tomorrow is the Massachusetts special Senate election for Ted Kennedy’s seat, the coverage of which has been drawing my attention for the past week and a half. While I think it’ll be a disappointment if Coakley loses, as it would indicate reinforcement of the unsuccessful status quo of the past decade, that and a G.O.P. […]
While running for the border, time to take a detour: And the 3-minute version: The tone of these is really strange — in the 3-minute version, at first Taco Bell seems to be going for a Popeil-esque infomercial parody, but then they bring out Christine the now-hot woman and Ruth Carey the registered dietician (who […]
Big events in the next 3.5 months: Acting/directing debut at Follies 2010 Entertainment + Media Club leadership changeover and panel-discussion planning My last set of classes Disorientation Week And, of course, graduation Crazy times, amigos. Time to Go Blue for the final quarter of my MBA education.
I declared it over prematurely a few weeks ago, but in the end I was right anyway. This post-Super Bowl = no playoffs pattern is a pretty bizarre one, but this is officially the third time the Steelers have pulled it off. (See also 2006 and 1980.) The team felt out of Pittsburgh-style balance a […]
Earlier, I posted a totally sweet Temple of the Dog reunion vid. But then today, I saw this: It’s Official: Soundgarden Reuniting! | Spin Magazine Online. All I can say is that I am hella amped. My 11- to 17-year-old self (after all, they did break up in ’97) is rejoicing at the news, so […]