Goodbye Jericho

Farscape, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Firefly.

All wonderful TV series I’ve watched into cancellation. Last night marked another wonderful show ending, Jericho.

I started watching Jericho after it had been going for awhile. I watched because it was a show about survival, specifically about surviving after a nuclear attack. The thing I thought interesting was seeing what things the inhabitants of Jericho had to overcome in order to stay alive. The subplot about the bomb wasn’t really that important to me.

Twitter as a Microblog

Since I started using Twitter a couple of weeks ago it has become obvious to me there are many levels of publication to my life. Since I think this is true of everyone to some extent and to many in the blogosphere to a greater extent I thought I’d write a post about it.

Sharing your life online comes in many forms. In this post I look at those different forms or levels and how a blog and a twitter feed figure into them.

A Song In Reverse

Revo the Rainbow Documentary – Tara BuschUploaded by AnalogSuicide

Review: Southland Tales

If you follow my twitter feed you know last night I watch Southland Tales on DVD. I’ve been wanting to see this movie for a few months because I like a lot of the cast, Sarah Michelle Geller, The Rock, Seann William Scott and many more. Plus I’d heard good things about the director from a filmmaker POV, but by the time I’d heard of the movie it was almost out of theaters and not on DVD. So it went into the top of my Netflix que.

Tech In The Real World

iJustine stayed at SXSW after Interactive and Film were over for the Music part. This video is great and shows you how the “real world” sees tech. Made me crack up as a geek.

Twitter In Plain English

This is a video that explains what use Twitter. My comments after. It seems to me that if you really do tweet about everything you do people get bored with it. I know I’ve stopped following people who have too much minutia. And it is a cliche that tweeting you went to the bathroom is…

Low Carb Diet

I’ve been trying to talk less about myself in the last few days since I read Jason Calacanis’ post about not blogging about yourself and what you are promoting. But, this post will be at least a little about me. I crossed over the 220 lbs mark right before SXSW. I’ve known for a while…