April 19, 2014

2014 Oscar Preview

So usually I go on and on and on about these things, but this year I'm only going to make predictions… [more]

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Top Ten TV Shows of 2013

10. Archer Starting the season off with a Best. Crossover. Ever. (with another of my favorite… [more]

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Top Ten Movies of 2013

10. How to Make Money Selling Drugs "If the American Dream broke its promise to you, don't worry.… [more]

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Content as a Service

My talk about the future of content, Content as a Service: Artificial Scarcity and the Post-Ownership… [more]

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Better Commenting Through Design

While I completely get Popular Science's decision last year to shut down comments, it depresses me to… [more]

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2014 Oscar Preview

So usually I go on and on and on about these things, but this year I’m only going to make predictions in the major categories. And cinematography. Best Cinematography The Grandmaster Gravity Inside Llewyn Davis Nebraska Prisoners Will Win: Gravity Should Win: Gravity American Cinematographers Society, BAFTA, Critics Choice, and 15 critics circles agree. Also, [...]

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Top Ten TV Shows of 2013

10. Archer Starting the season off with a Best. Crossover. Ever. (with another of my favorite shows) Archer delivered yet again with rapid fire hilarity and some standout episodes including wonderful guest stints from Timothy Olyphant, Anthony Bourdain, and Jon Hamm. 9. The Walking Dead End of Season Three? Amazing. Completely delivering on the promise [...]

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Top Ten Movies of 2013

10. How to Make Money Selling Drugs “If the American Dream broke its promise to you, don’t worry. We have an answer.” Matthew Cooke’s snickering, smart, sardonic take on the drug war comes wrapped in a highly entertaining yet sobering package. Taking its structure from leveling up in a video game via an instructional video, [...]

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Content as a Service

My talk about the future of content, Content as a Service: Artificial Scarcity and the Post-Ownership Economy, is up now. Watch it. Synopsis: We’ve become so used to treating digital content like physical goods that we’ve forgotten how different the two really are and how unsustainable that business model really is. In this Barcamp Philly 2013 [...]

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Better Commenting Through Design

While I completely get Popular Science’s decision last year to shut down comments, it depresses me to think that this is the end of the conversation. To think that our conclusion is that comments just don’t work. That it is impossible to have a good conversation online. I believe there is a better way. First, [...]

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