It’s not quite that cold here in the Atlanta area yet, but it’s supposed to be later this week. Perhaps it’s a good time to find yourself a copy of The Discovery Channel’s feature from last summer, Global Warming, What You Need to Know with Tom Brokaw. (there are other ways to watch it, not […]
The TWIM guys, when they say that “[Internet-delivered] video rises above novelty” repeatedly say that TV doesn’t have to be live “except for sports and news.” I’d put forth that more and more of us every day aren’t even watching sports and news “live.” Sure, I may start watching a game – like today’s Seahawks/Bears […]
It’s early yet, but this may just be the movie to see in 2007. It definitely is the one to see this month, while it’s still in theatres. My son and his girlfriend were going to the movies and invited my wife and me to come along. I’ll admit that I wasn’t too interested in […]
Congratulations go to Boise State, and thanks too for a very entertaining game. Last night’s Fiesta Bowl game was the most exciting, fun-to-watch game that I’ve seen in a long time. The Broncos had heart and played an excellent game, coming back from behind with a 50-yard play on fourth-and-eighteen and touchdown to take the […]
I’m not sure where my friend and former neighbor Jason found this (somewhere on Fox.com, I’d suspect), but as he says, it’s “brilliant.” If you’ve ever watched an episode of (or ad for) 24, check it out.
Over on Blather de la semaine, Geren’s writing about buying a new TV. He writes all about the various formats of HD, but then finally ends with this recommendation: …look for sets that are SDTV with an ATSC tuner, and know that youâ€™ll have a set that will continue to work for years to come. […]
I promise, this weblog is not going to turn into a journal of Battlestar Galactica and LOST watchings, but I do have one question for those of you who are fans. I’m looking around and there are plenty of podcasts about LOST, and many if not most of them are also available through the iTunes […]
Ok, here’s something for the LOST fans who haven’t yet heard about the Alternate Reality Game – likely only three of you by now. Check into this article: More ‘Lost’ than ever. Then stop by these folks’ site where they’re collecting clues. And yes, ABC’s got a few new fans in our household.
Since today’s turning into a post-about-TV day, here’s How to Discuss LOST Intelligently, Even if You’ve Never Seen it.
About the inital Cylon attack in Battlestar Galactica’s miniseries, Dave R. writes: The battlestar Galactica survived by virtue of its being obsolete and on the verge of retirement, thus making it a low-priority target. The other, and perhaps as important reason being of course that Commander Adama distrusted technology and had kept Galactica purposefully low-tech, […]