I'll be busy the next few days with homework - senior project, nonfiction essay, midterm exams - so I won't have much to say here. Back in full on Thursday. Go »
Last night I attended my first NBA game after winning courtside seats in a contest. Even though the Magic lost to the Hornets by three points in the end, it was a close game, frequently tied, and it made for a fun evening. Go »
EW's critic Owen Gleiberman wrote a clever article this week about whether film critics subconsciously seek consensus, especially for "bad" movies. I enjoyed Gleiberman's sense of humor, but as for his main idea, I think the Internet may be the one major Go »
The Songs Remain the Same
Kelly and I have been keeping a mental list of songs that are pretty good, but that we never want to hear again, because we're sick of hearing them everywhere: Broadcast radio, online streaming, public places, friends' parties, et cetera. The Verve, "B Go »
The Pen Gets Even Mightier
Margaret Atwood has invented a pen that works by remote control, so she can sign books for fans without having go on a book tour in person. (link) Any thoughts? Go »
Inspired by a radio call-in show, a friend (thanks Wes) just put out a question for discussion: What is the worst song to get beaten up to? His nomination is "Vega-Tables" by the Beach Boys: Me, I choose "Eight" by Grimes: What do you say? Go »
Since its debut on February 23, 1998, Celebrity Goo Game has published over 4000 goos and is about to crown its 75th champion.
For the game's 20th anniversary, we're recreating the 20 most influential goos that changed the game forever. Can you solve them the second time around? After you solve each goo, refresh the page to learn more about its place in game history.
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