With the seeming rush to internet delivery, how has traditional TV been affected?
These are not films, they are tragic events that need to be honored.
MyTinyTV has just debuted, giving users the ability to watch TV feeds through a wireless network or the internet.
A masterpiece of world cinema edges out an underrated piece of computer animated family entertainment.
How anger, satire work as interview tactics
The story is filmed in an epic style with breathtaking scenic shots reminiscent of big studio epics from the past.
A war movie without the war part.
Silent Hill is as interesting as it is imperfect.
It's two firings in one night as the show gets down to the Final Six.
If I hadn’t been reviewing the film, I would have walked out after about 40 minutes from sheer boredom.
What can happen in an instant can change your world. One of the CSI:NY members finds this out the hard way.
Hijacker Jack, and does tasing cause brain damage?
Damn, being president is really hard work, but being a bad president is the salt mines.
Alias, House, Scrubs, The Office, Doctor Who, Malcolm in the Middle, The Simpsons, and King of the Hill all check in this week.
Quickie drive-by DVD reviews: The squid and the whale and the pussycat...
This week, recipes are the new director's commentary.
This had to be the saddest ending yet with Julius taking the money Chris made from the magazine.
Never, ever tell a Godzilla fan you like this movie. Make a mental note for your own health benefit.
I Am a Sex Addict is a prime example of the film essay, a form seen far too infrequently in American theaters.
Digital media is rolling out to public libraries across the world, thanks to Overdrive Inc.
Broadcast industry still shies away from Internet based digital delivery models. I 'nab' some predictions from this year's NAB.
"The Open Door" - but a door to what?
There's a REAL record coming out next week. You might want to save your money for Paul Simon's Surprise.
"We are the sons of no one, bastards of young..."
A recap of a great weekend at Merlfest.
If you don’t have a fun time seeing The Fenians play, the fault is most likely yours.
Here's your chance to win Everytime I Die's equipment valued at $10,000.
Sony's E3 line-up includes a new adventure pack and a full expansion for EQII fans.
Full Auto 2 for PS3 has been announced as part of SEGA's Road To E3 countdown.
The first in the series of Half-Life 2 episodic game titles is ready for pre-download at Steam.
Somewhere over the Rainbow... is a ruined touchscreen version of a classic game.
Kinky deserves to be on the ballot this November for the Texas governor's mansion.
More blowback from Iraq that we can look forward to.
You can't have illegal workers if there's no illegal hiring.
Millions of people come to this country because America is addicted to cheap labor.
A visual depiction of the Failed State Index is sobering and frightening in its global reach.
Respect for the rule of law begins at home, boys and girls.
The way to get to a living wage is by decreasing the cost of living, not by raising wages.
The Department of Education, federal gun-free school zones, national drinking ages: where are these things defined in the US Constitution?
A good story not very well told. All I thought at the end was "Wow, I didn't hate it."
A prize-winning Los Angeles Times writer brings the horrors of the toxic contamination of the Arctic to your doorstep.
The former long-haired Bostonian's return to his old center field was met with fan signs both creative and ridiculous.
Though I never met him, the death of former major league pitcher Steve Howe last week hit me hard and low.
It's never to early to pick the award the game's best performers.
Steve Howe's death was a reminder of an era baseball would like to forget but might repeat.
In 1000 words or less, the previous week in baseball. Do you feel like Wang McClungin' tonight?
Roy Trakin's Random Raps on popular culture.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for May 02, 2006
Dead people are on display at the History Museum.
Making environmental problems known to the public appears to improve compliance dramatically -- an effective and inexpensive solution for many countries with limited enforcement tools.
This week: DJRadiohead discovers his inner Sahm.