The Twitter’s and Facebook’s of this internet world help people share content. That isn’t a bad thing. We can’t expect people to only create and share their content. However, I can’t deny I haven’t had this exact feeling before.
Beautifully storytelling of a little girl with dark eyes and mysterious powers.
- Kate Winslet’s had this all planned out.
- Ryan Seacrest is one of the world’s finest douchebags.
- Ben Stiller’s parody of a parody.
- Purely subjective list of best songs from last night’s Oscar winner for best composer/song, A R Rahman. Just want to make the point that this wasn’t his best work (or even close to). Part one, two & three.
The links will open in iTunes. The nominees:
Available in the US. Thanks Seanie.
I am coming around on the stimulus bill partly because I am getting over the amount of money spent, what that money will take away from (Universal health care) but more importantly I trust Obama and team know are better equipped in finding answers than I am.
Look how well Bill Clinton expresses the reasoning behind this.
Captures my mood when I am flying.
I love Letterman.
Watch it (Thanks Julea).
Update: link fixed.
A perfect little universe onto to itself.
Indian it up.
The Don Juan of the sandlot. I wish I’d been even half as creative in getting to the ladies.
From the National Film Board in Canada:
In this animated short, Richard Condie offers up a history lesson about one of the most sensational get-rich-quick schemes that took place in France over 200 years ago. With economist John Law at the helm, the plan was to open a bank and exchange bank notes for gold at wildly inflated share prices to mask the fact that the country’s gold had been depleted in the building of Louis XIV’s palace. When the inevitable rush to cash in the notes takes place, poor John Law is left broke and broken-hearted.
Sean Pecknold directs another classic for Fleet Foxes (the last one won the Best Music video of 2008). Two triangles is all it takes to create an epic drama.
Probably the prettiest portrait of biking in New York City. It makes me miss the Big Apple. The cinematography is fantastic.
I am curious about this interactive DVD. The trailer reminds me a lot of Atom Egoyan’s Exotica.