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The 7th Generation of War

Ah, the console wars, a debate as eternal as the dubbed vs subtitled anime one. I’ve always tried to stay out of it, as my reasoning for getting my Xbox 360 laid in my disability. With the recent price cut, and my subsequent purchase, of

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Peanuts by Charles Bukowski

The best 2.0’d comic strip since Garfield Minus Garfield. I love me some Bukowski, and I can’t think of a better mash-up for his talents. Peanuts by Charles Bukowski. This opens up a whole world of comic mash-ups I’d like to see. Cartoonists take note!

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Vote Today!

Oh Hello Internet. If you live in NY and are a Democrat might I take this chance to remind you that today is a Runoff Primary? Record low turnout (which means no lines!) so you can just pop buy your polling place on your way

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9.28.09 My Top Ten RIGHT NOW

1. CONCERT Kristina Rarely does hearing a musical for the first time etch itself so crisply and emotionally into my musical lexicon, especially when presented in a stripped down concert version. Thanks to the soaring orchestrations, unforgettable melodies and above all else, powerful voices, this

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The Informant!

The Informant!, if nothing else, epitomizes what can most aptly be termed The Soderbergh Dilemma. There are few directors as adept at aesthetic as Steven Soderbergh, for whom I have the utmost respect. I root for his career, for reasons I cannot always explain (though

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Top Ten Web/Browser Games

Allow me to Infomercial you for a second. Isn’t Gaming a Hassle? Turning on your television, picking up your controller, turning on your console, waiting for a game to load, turning it off when you’re done. It’s a short-attention span world. We all want distractions,

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Pee In the Shower (Brazil Commands You)

The words might be unintelligible, but I think you’ll get the gist pretty quickly. Yes, that’s exactly what you think it is. This new TV ad is urging you to relieve yourself as you clean yourself- not quite Waterworld, but definitely a slightly radical step