I shared a great picture of Grand Central Station on Wednesday. Let’s make it a theme! This video was made with yarn and lights, not computer animation! There are some details on the Vimeo page. I have to confess, though, I’d like to see that done with “Graham Central.” Have a good weekend!
What are friends for? ?? A post shared by 》MOLLY // LADY // & BOOMER《 (@mollythenewfie) on Mar 28, 2017 at 10:11am PDT Five days a week is too much, especially with Camp NaNoWriMo on the horizon. For the foreseeable future, I’ll be doing Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Have a consolation video in the meantime.
Everything old is new again. From the video description on Youtube: “In November 1970, after my arrest along with others who had engaged in a Boston protest at an army base to block soldiers from being sent to Vietnam, I flew to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore to take part in a debate with the […]
Busy this week. Look at this picture and pretend I wrote something entertaining.
In case you’re not already familiar with it, “ransomware” is software that installs itself on your computer, scrambles your files so you can’t use them anymore, and then holds them ransom until you send money to the ransomer. (Via bitcoin, so (s)he cannot be identified.) Depending on who “sent” the software, sending the money may […]
My wife and I saw the Fab Faux last weekend. If you’re not familiar with them, the Fab Faux are a Beatles tribute band that have been around for about twenty years. (Their website is here. It’s done completely in Flash and is incredibly annoying.) I can’t say enough about how talented and entertaining the band […]
Subject says it all. This is Freya.
Yeah, it’s a redundant title. You come up with these things five days a week. I love Kaiju. When I was a kid, WPIX-TV (channel 11) had “Chiller Theater,” which would run various “horror” movies, including kaiju like Godzilla on weekday afternoons. If the weather was bad, or if I was sick (which was frequent for a […]
I have a lot of writing to do. When I need to buckle down and focus, the music is shut off, and I switch over to white noise/ ambient sounds. Which means I am using top-of-the-line noise-cancelling headphones to listen to background noise. Isn’t the 21st Century wonderful? The video above is one of my favorites. […]
I’ll tell you next week. Open Culture posted a few articles about Alfred Hitchcock a couple of weeks back. This one discusses how the master of suspense did his suspense-mastering. The “ticking clock” is obviously how it’s done, but it’s interesting to hear Hitchcock talk about making sure the bomb never goes off. Interesting enough […]