Despite the sheer amount of content available on services like YouTube, there are times when it feels like there’s absolutely nothing worth watching. It must be some sort of algorithmic dead zone that occurs now and then. Like tonight. It’s a good thing I have so much to read …
My wife and I are big Supernatural fans. She sent me a link to this awesome parody video from the Hillywood Show that somehow manages to include stars from the show! There’s also a two hour behind the scenes video too! I’ll have to save this one for later, though. But you can watch it […]
This idea of tracking my media diet really appeals to me: Just like last year, I kept track of almost everything I read, watched, listened to, and experienced in my media diet posts. Jason Kottke I follow a few people who do this too, sometimes pretty publicly. I’m not sure that I’d want to share […]
This LCARS keyboard appeals to me for so many reasons!
Kevin Spacey spoke about the importance of changing with the times and giving audiences the stories they crave in the formats they want and on the devices they have in 2013. We can see the industry changing a fair amount lately and Netflix’s Reed Hasting’s comments at the recent Code Conference reflect this. The big question is whether the industry is paying enough attention?
National Geographic has produced a scripted series about Albert Einstein titled “Genius” that starts in April 2017. I just watched the trailer and I definitely want to watch this.
Imagine real astronauts on the bridge of the Star Trek Enterprise and you’d probably see a Space Shuttle crew.
The Google Chromecast is a wonderful device. I love using it and it has sold me on the idea of an Apple TV. That said, the decision to buy one is a complicated one.