Adam Eisenstat, writing for Vox: Mr. Rogers and the world I had stumbled into briefly after ringing his doorbell, the very world conjured on his show, offered a glimpse into how things could be if adults treated children with real … Continue reading →
Two of my favourite things — dogs and photography — combined.
I originally watched The Matrix in a friend’s basement when I was 16 or 17. It was a poor quality copy playing on his rather small TV connected to his rather slow computer. But that didn’t stop me from being … Continue reading →
Stephen Armstrong, writing for WIRED, gives an intriguing glimpse into the company at the forefront of live show set design: It’s always a difficult moment for designers such as Lipson and Williams when rock stars doodle their concepts for stage … Continue reading →
If you’re using Apple Music, you can add our ‘Music Monday’ playlist to your library for free. The ‘Music Monday’ playlist contains all of the songs we’ve previously featured on Things of Interest and new songs will automatically show up … Continue reading →
Jim Dalrymple, writing for The Loop: Music is an important part of my life. I care about every aspect of music, from creating to mixing, playing to listening, and seeing bands live. I feel music in my soul. Music has … Continue reading →
The Oscar nominations have been announced and all the critic groups have announced their best of 2014 lists. There has definitely been a bit of a general consensus around a few key films this year, some of which will appear … Continue reading →
I have no idea if Adnan Syed committed murder in 1999, but Serial certainly raises some ‘reasonable doubt’ in my mind.
I love randomly stumbling across new music. I was on YouTube searching for a different artist and decided to click on one of the related videos and found this gem of a track – Coming Over by James Hersey (Filous … Continue reading →
David Carr, writing for The New York Times: Yet here we are, at the end of Mr. Oliver’s first season with “Last Week Tonight” — he will return in February — and the show has been a smash, with strong … Continue reading →
Derek Thompson, writing for The Atlantic: Shazam became available in 2002. (In the days before smartphones, users would dial a number, play the song through their phones, and then wait for Shazam to send a text with the title and … Continue reading →