Archive for September 2007
As this 1993 video shows, it hasn't been that long since the "revolution" began. Think of the changes to media over the last 15 years. Now, think about the next 50.
When scanning the news, I caught a glimpse of the headline, “Courtney Love to Launch Her Own Perfume” and naturally assumed it was an Onion article. Really, can you imagine a celebrity LESS appropriate to launch a new fragrance? Oh, ha ha ha, my sides split just thinking about it. What? It’s REAL? Sweet Jesus.
I Hate Drake, and we bet you will too! Bullies suck. But we all know that the pen - and YouTube - is mightier than the sword. Video vigilantes rule!
It looks like a fun game -- and a really interesting way for BRAVO to gain consumer-viewer data and low-cost programming advice. We say, "let's play."
Falling Down. The classic. Sometimes you just need a good breakfast to get the day off right. See what false advertising can lead to? Hamburger-fueled vigilanteism!
“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.”
American Gangster explores the complexity of one man's mission to get a piece of the American pie for his family. But can an illegal business be ethically run? Is the promise of America available to all, or must it be taken by force sometimes? Nothing is clear - or black and white - in this sweeping, cultural, historic vigilante approach to life.
Sadly, newspaper readership—holding in your two hands a physical paper copy of the daily news—has been on the decline for years. Call me nostalgic, but there is something about opening up and holding the wide, flimsy pages that makes the news more real to me.
With apologies for the production delay (an unfortunate case of the flu made an appearance backstage this weekend), the Unbound Edition Players at last take the stage to present “Shoot.”
I grew up thinking that commercials did not have sound. As soon as a commercial came on, my parents muted the TV faster than you could say "annoying." But there is one commercial that made it through the muting and I still enjoy watching it over and over again: Volkswagen’s Cabriolet commercial set to Nick Drake’s "Pink Moon."