Mike Patton talks about Peeping Tom, iPods, Danny Devito and playing truth or dare with Norah Jones.
On visiting an old friend and seeing how we've both progressed.
Help Us Help You tries to be versatile and creative but largely fails.
A soft, reddish hue barely illuminates the shirtless, hairless, frontman Johan Edlund as he greets the fans.
Some shows become so common that they become less interesting. Thankfully, with Doctor Who, that never happens.
YouTube is playing host to a range of Pirates-related clips, trailers, and parodies.
Are you into the TV on DVD craze? Here are my top ten favorite shows discovered solely on DVD.
The Duke De Mondo and Aaron Fleming discuss Battlefield Earth.
A lighthearted sitcom patterned after the successful formula of The Phil Silvers Show.
Henry Rollins is a study in contradictions...
Jones Soda Co. bring their brand of quirky success to a new line of candies. Does it measure up?
Useless knowledge has to count for something, right? Welcome to the world of the NTN bar trivia geek.
A new art show opens in a Washington, DC museum, curated by art students!
The "hero", Matthew, arrives on stage dust-spattered and debris-battered, having escaped from a World Trade Center Tower on 9/11.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for July 09, 2006
This novel explores the nefarious world of standardized testing and the government's intrusion and manipulation of our personal information.
Note to developer: I don't need to be told "Objectives Updated" when it's always the same damn objective. Thank you.
Western-themed games finally get the respect they need.
Just getting patients to eat again is only half the battle -- getting them to change their minds is even harder.
Credit to Howard Dratch for writing an excellent article on military surveillance of blogs.
Hollywood decides that it wants to alienate Christians who buy sanitized versions of their films instead of taking their money.