All in all, I’m going to put the case back in the box. It’s just not ready for prime time. I’ll use the keyboard because it’s got a rechargeable battery and is very lightweight.
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Go. If only to hear homegirl Anne Hathaway’s big number. It is the single most remarkable thing I’ve seen in a movie since … well I don’t know if I’ve ever seen anything that made me react that way.
Peter Jackson needs someone to tell him, “no.” Someone to tell him, “just because you can do something doesn’t mean you should.” That less is more.
Love it or not, it will always have this shot.
A thorough consumer rip-off costing us real money.
It’s Day Twelve of our FIOS outage, and we have been taking advantage of the local movie theaters and a pile of still-shrinkwrapped DVDs around the house. Here are our findings.
Yesterday I complained bitterly about a separate forms package for Joomla. This one is a little easier, now that I know what to expect. Specifically, expect obfuscation and unnecessary steps.
At the risk of getting slammed by the programmers, I’m going to slam this software here. Really a poor implementation. Usability approaches zero. Can I score it with a negative number of stars on the Joomla Extensions Directory site? No, I can’t score it at all because their log-in system is broken.
Ben Affleck does the ’70s a solid with his thriller “Argo,” the true-life story of the rescue of six American Embassy employees stranded in post-revolutionary Iran.
As the 18th century becomes the 19th, David Mitchell’s book reflects in vivid detail the Dutch East Indies Company as it sunsets, decades before Japan is finally opened up for good. Besides being a fascinating historical novel of a vanished insular culture, it’s a lovely romance with vivid action sequences. …
Hm, vintage 2004 Three-Buck-Chuck. One wonders, will 8 years of cellar aging make it, um, drinkable?
I really want to like this album. Really. And it starts out great.
First and foremost, multiple Emmy-winner “Homeland” returns for season two. We’ve watched episode one twice, and it gets better with a repeat view.
“The Master” is most certainly not an entertainment. It’s by turns harrowing and disturbing. But we spent the rest of the weekend talking about it.