According to the Wall Street Journal, Kodak, that giant of all things film, is preparing for a potential Chapter 11 filing, should some plans to sell digital patents not pan out.
Wow. For a company that was once synonymous with photography, this is a sad day. Not that it’s entirely unexpected. According to the piece, [...]
A little bit about an amazing new vehicle, soon to launch in California, the Persu Hybrid. WANT! [...]
Thanks to @KarinaLongworth for the heads up on Twitter Vote Report (TVR). A method of tracking how the vote is going across the country, as well as a way to report potential voter fraud, TVR is using hashtags (#______) to collect information about what’s going on around the country on election day and you can help even if you don’t use Twitter. [...]
Well, it turns out that the Bionic Woman pilot that’s floating around out there may just be the wrong one, in that sections of it have been re-cast or re-shot or both. Even if this turns out to be true, I loved what I saw and assuming they don’t all of a sudden turn her [...]
Ah, leaks! What would a journalist be without them? I believe that leaking TV shows on to the ‘Net may only serve to drive viewers to a show. So watch this space for some (always spoiler-free) thoughts on The Bionic Woman, Chuck, Pushing Daisies, The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Californication, Reaper and the new season of Weeds. [...]
So you know the feature on IMDb that gives you recommendations based on what film you’re looking at? Well, some of these are really strange. While looking something up for a different story, I just looked at the page for Charles Burnett’s Killer of Sheep and the recommendations were: Click World Trade Center The Notebook [...]
The ottoman fucking saga goes intercontinental! [...]
The latest honor for Messers Rohal and Osborn is: #53 – Most Viewed (This Week) – People & Blogs – All. They’re up to over 12,000 views only hours after Matt Dentler posted on their passing of the 8,000 mark. And then I find this pic. I love the Internet.
Good god, make it stop! [...]
A few days ago, David Poland posted about Disney’s launch of a Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End embed for blogs. “This is what you call owning the property and building a viral audience while making it easy for both the aggregators and the consumers. This is the future… I beg to differ. This is actually what you call giving Disney loads of free advertising. If this is really the future, it’s depressing as hell. [...]