They cancelled Farscape. I quit. No more liking anything.
Seriously, they don’t seem all that stressed by having a blood-sucking alien stomping around hanging people upside down in the greenhouse and shredding up dogs to feed the podlings that will take over the Earth. I actually started to suspect the woman *was* a podling, so insignificant was her fear reaction to these events. But it was kind of cool… Read more »
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? was eminently satisfying, and has aged wonderfully. Without the visuals, I’m even curious whether the time period would even be distinguishable. (Well, the reactions would seem a bit extreme unless they changed the accents to deep Southern.) While watching “issue” movies and television shows, I am often irritated that the characters don’t seem to be… Read more »
Yesterday I learned how to use Dreamweaver’s Test Site functionality. I love it when I learn a new Dreamweaver trick, and I wish I could get one of the people who wrote it to come sit next to me and point out whenever I’m doing something the hard way. I promise I would learn quickly, so they would only have… Read more »
I’ve now had cinnamon toast and pumpkin pie in the same day. :)
This is one of my favorite pieces of writing lately. I have signed up for the Powell’s newsletter, which is irritating, and I believe I will stop it soon – but I have also been receiving the Review-a-Day mailing, which is great. That’s where I found this, and it’s what a review should be. My favorite bit: My gut feeling… Read more »
I’ve been thinking about Minority Report for a while, wanting to say something but not knowing what to say. But I think I have it: The only way you could enjoy this movie is if you actually were surprised that someone could mess with the system. Unfortunately, it’s not really possible to be surprised about that. Oh well.
Re: wacky anarchistic librarians that are trying to make information available to more people through the magic of ebooks. I can just imagine a publisher’s rep trying to explain the difference between ebooks and normal books to a librarian: Publisher: The problem is, we aren’t getting as many sales, because people have access to the material for free. Librarian: Kind… Read more »
When the first thing that happens in your day is that your pajamas get burrs on them, you can’t help but be suspicious about what comes next.
Today and yesterday, F. was here quilting for the last time before she moves to Montana. We got a lot done and it was extremely entertaining to boot. The previous evening, I had a conversation with my friend B. in which she blamed her lack of quilting on not having anyone to quilt with. I scolded her for a lack… Read more »