I'm really careful about social networking trends, never fell into MySpace, Nexopia and I was really slow before submitting to the global phenomenon that was Facebook. We all know that I'm not really involved in the DA community either (I just post work, never actually "browsed" the site or played any role in events. Wait, what events? I don't even know them.)
Of course, by "careful" I don't mean for my own safety (god forbid anyone actually wants to stalk me or steal my identity, poor thing) but having a page all about yourself for the entire world to see just screams adolescent insecurity and a yearning for obnoxious levels of "individuality" that I care very, very little for.
However, this Twitter business is pretty handy. Now I don't have to go through the complicated, long, grueling process of coming up with a whole journal entry to update myself and "the world" on things I'm doing, from big projects, daily activities to recent TV shows I'll be watching.
On top of that it will keep all of my commission clients and you silly DA watchers on when/what my next deviation will be
So I don't know, follow if you're interested.
Recently finished all 7 Seasons of this baby. I don't really understand the retarded, gimmicky "real-time" aspect of the show that limits writers from creating a more believable pacing of events, I mean, it also abolishes traditional methods of "building to a climax" in storytelling. Without these things 24 never has an actual climax because it's constantly in that state of intensity, instead writers merely shove a plot-twist down our throats and its like "WHOA, REALLY?".
However, aside from all that this show has some ridiculously great writing, to the point where I have faith in pop-media again. Especially in light of Season 7... if I didn't know better I'd say the writers took inspiration from Batman and the Outsiders for Jack's character and his little group of non-government operatives. I really love the shows non-stop contrast of consequential morality vs. absolute principles and law. Everyone should give this show a chance, really.
Anyway, I think I'll be sinking my teeth into the 9 Seasons of X-Files now, then the 7 of The West Wing after wards. 8D
Just finished the 2 seasons of this. I tend to avoid sitcoms, I really wish you could watch them without the audience literally telling you when to laugh or how funny something is suppose to be.
But having grinded through How I met your mother I let the show grow on me and its gotten rather enjoyable. It's really rewarding when you understand all the pop culture references or the really deep stuff that you know only a geek would understand (Sheldon and Stuart fighting over "Battle for the Cowl" and who should take the mantle? Awesome. Didn't make sense that Stuart said Jason Todd though, that's just silly. Or when Penny didn't know what about comic Multiverses, lol. I was also surprised when so few people knew what the Doppler effect was, that's like Junior High science...) I really wish Leonard and Penny would gtfo most of the time though, their shallow high school romantic drama really makes me snore.
Season 3 would be nice, but I'm more excited about Bill Lawrence's new project Cougar Town and the upcoming revamp of Scrubs.
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