Cubic Tragedy is a well done animated short. I feel like I’ve been in the same place she is whenever I try a bit of home improvement. Everything I try to fix it just seems to make it worse.
Monthly Archive for August, 2005
Dear lord! The Hair of the Dog, Hula Hoop Viral ad is just, well…. Yeah.
I’ve heard 2 1/2 songs that Pandora has recommended for me, and so far, I’m digging what I’m hearing. This may be worth subscribing to.
Posted in Movies on Aug 29th, 2005
Yesterday, I decided to go see a movie. I didn’t much care which one I saw. So, I got to the theater and The Brothers Grimm was showing pretty much right when I got there. And, the previews made it seem like it might be interesting. Plus, Terry Gilliam, so it had that going for […]
So, I’m watching Subterranean on MTV2. And, they’re interviewing Death Cab For Cutie. And, Wow! That lead singer doesn’t look anything at all like I expected he would. This must be a little like how people felt when they heard some of those silent film stars speak for the first time.
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Hey Silverlake: If you’re going to go to the trouble of throwing a big street festival maybe you might want to spend at least five minutes thinking about just where in the hell people are supposed to park!!!! I spent an hour driving around some of the worst residential roads imaginable trying to find a […]
Here’s a very interesting O’Reilly post about advertisers buying page rank instead of impressions. I hate SEO’s if only because the bastards caused me to shut down my comment sections with all their damned comment spam. O’Reilly brings up some really intriguing points though, and ultimately, I think it’s something that the search engines have […]
Lord knows that 80s hair metal fans/bands are easy targets for parody. A few bands recently have done a pretty good job with it. But, I’m just not sure that Backstreet Boys are the ones to pull it off. It should have been very funny, but somehow it just wasn’t. You’d think these guys would […]
Frugal Reader looks interesting. It basically connects you to a lot of people who’ve turned their book collections into a giant lending library. $1.84 or $2.26 for postage to ship one of you books seems kind of steep though. Sure, it’s less than the $10+ you pay for new paperbacks these days, but it seems […]