People wore feed sacks even before Lucy went to Paris.
This is what democracy looks like.
Very cool website. Just go there, OK?
Den of Geek has an interesting article about one of the most bizarrely self-referential film series of all time, the Walking Tall movies. The first movie starts with: In 1962, Buford Pusser, a professional wrestler known as Buford the Bull, retired from the ring and moved back home to Tennessee with his wife and kids, […]
In a film like 2001, a project that started with the explicit purpose of investigating the possibility of extraterrestrial life, it comes as no surprise that Kubrick decided very soon in the production to tackle the problem of how to actually depict the extraterrestrials themselves.
Let’s see Stuffinspace
The story of CitizenNet is a long one. We started nearly eight years ago, before social advertising even existed, with a singular focus on building technology to understand natural language and extract meaning from social data. CitizenNet then became one of the first companies to build a platform on the Facebook Advertising API, and one with a novel approach: predicting advertising outcome.
Franky Zapata travels 2,252 meters on a overboard.
Seven-time Emmy Award winning actor Ed Asner is filming a TV pilot in my Maryland.
Interesting post on Quora about (at least one person’s—Marcus Geduld) take on bad acting. It’s a long post, so here are a few excerpts. 1. he makes me believe he’s actually going through whatever his character is going through. 2. he has to surprise me. 3. he is vulnerable. This part caught my eye: There […]