I think I like it more this time than when I saw it in the theater.
It’s rare to see someone who’s not in it for a quick buck and is instead holding on to some integrity. That’s exactly what Marco Arment is doing, though, when it comes to The Magazine: More importantly, I want The Magazine to have a reputation for high quality, and not to have a reputation for…… Continue reading Holding On To Uniqueness and Integrity
Watch Matt Mullenweg’s conversation at Le Web with Om Malik. It’s great viewing.
I’m the last person on the internet to get to talking about this but I didn’t want to miss just how thoroughly Anil Dash kills the topic of the open web that we used to have and which we have lost in the name of convenience and networking. The key graf, I think, is this:…… Continue reading Pining For and Rebuilding an Open Web
Brian Keegan looks at how breaking news is covered on Wikipedia as a large number of people try to create a real-time record of what’s happening followed by a core group of editors who clean things up and add additional details: Wikipedia articles certainly do not break the news of the events themselves, but the…… Continue reading Covering Breaking News on Wikipedia
Sometimes you just have to belt those Christmas hymns because the Truth of Christ’s coming into the world and the promise of what it means is all that’s keeping you going.
1) Not sure why there’s all the hate for Billy Crystal recently. It’s not like the guy has ever really been hip but the 10 years since his last on-screen appearance seems to have turned the sentiment of the cinephile crowd firmly against him. But Parental Guidance looks like him doing his Borscht Belt schtick,…… Continue reading Two Thoughts on Upcoming Comedies
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