Now that this incredibly wasteful election cycle is finally finished, the postmortems are rolling in. There are many very good ones which I don’t want to duplicate here, but can be summarized thusly: Republicans can’t alienate everyone except for oldContinue reading… The Romney Campaign: Victims of their own bias
WARNING: This review is full of spoilers. You have been warned. Kelli and I used part of our Sunday to see Ridley Scott’s “sorta but not really” prequel to the Aliens trilogy. I was excited going in because the trailersContinue reading… Prometheus: A beautiful incoherent mess
I’m sure that my 7 or so readers now know who Mike Daisey is, and why anyone cares. For those who don’t here’s a synopsis. TL;DR: Mike Daisey is a third rate Spaulding Gray who used a greatly embellished storyContinue reading… The Agony and Ecstasy of Mike Daisey
One of my new years resolutions for 2012 is to travel more, and to take more pictures and video while traveling so I can pretend I remember these trips when my inevitable senility sets in somewhere down the line. KnowingContinue reading… Fuji X100 Mini Review
Ron Johnson recently left Apple retail to take over the CEO role for J.C. Penny and penned a short article on whether or not he can take the Apple experience over to other retail environments. He included some examples thatContinue reading… Ron Johnson and the Apple Store
I’m sure everyone who uses Netflix is already painfully aware of Netflix’s price change debacle and the ensuing shitstorm of media coverage. They didn’t explain the price changes to customers, and didn’t give customers very long to decide on howContinue reading… Really Netflix?
The recent retirement of Steve Jobs was as emotional for me as I think it was for a lot of Apple fans. Steve wasn’t just the CEO of Apple. He was the figurehead for not just Apple, but for aContinue reading… A genius in a strange land