How have blogs changed journalism? Why are corporate blogs so bad? Ubiquitous tech and policy blogger Tim Lee tells all.
We’re pleased to announce that in a few short weeks, Brainwash will be relaunched as Doublethink Online.
The elevated, novelistic trend we’re currently seeing in television — and first seen in shows like Homicide — combined with the increasing popularity of DVD box sets, suggests that television may transcend its throwaway nature and acquire a new permanence.
The first theatrically released film to explicitly portray the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, United 93, like the day it depicts, is wholly unique–a captivating, devastating experience that is anything but safe.
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is nothing more than a mild disappointment. It is the epitome of a decent film: thoroughly, depressingly adequate, but not one smidgen more.
Hollywood movies are replete with bad guys nefariously plotting to control the world, but these days, music and movie industry associations are looking awfully like power-hungry villains themselves as they attempt to assert control over the devices that play and record their content.
George Clooney’s take on Murrow and McCarthy is a gripping, eloquent piece of propaganda.
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