"A Confusion Of Sounds Or Voices"
Nicktoons Network launches a new 26-ep sci-fi series that’s familiar, but visually splendiferous.
Fox's The O.C. is almost back in sudsy form with a promising fourth season.
Everyone knows the true Bond stars are the cars!
Ever since Brad Davis got slammed into a Turkish prison for ineptly trying to smuggle dope, the stakes have risen.
The problem I had with this series was the same problem I had with Smith -- it's just there.
Can DotComedy.com pull NBC from the muck?
The 007 franchise gets shaken, not stirred, in this blistering remake.
Guaranteed to put a smile on your face and a song in your heart.
It's kinda like watching a behind-the-scenes show of Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Edition -- except it's on every week.
Nice place to visit, but I wouldn't want to live there.
Bond Begins! This reimagined and updated 21st century Bond has redefined the archetypal spy genre… and it's all good.
Nice guys finish last, or at least fifth. But being nice isn't the way to win a race for a million dollars.
Mark this one: Return to Sender.
Intelligence is a cold, cold game.
Is Nova scienceNOW more than just Nova-lite?
A good month for movie fans.
These Four Walls is like sitting in an overstuffed, time-worn armchair in front of a gentle fire on a cold snowy day.
A "mashup" of classic Beatles tunes sure sounds purty, but aside from the gorgeous remastered sound there's little real creativity here.
Digital media music and video downloads and streams.
You might not think you know Harry Smith, but you probably know his work.
Lindsay's little sister released a Christmas Album and Blogcritics has five copies to give away.
The idea that four discs could contain every vital side the man cut in his 50-year career is absurd, but this comes close.
Universal Music Group has taken a lawsuit out against none other than Myspace. In the battle of the titans, may God help us all.
A review of the audio of what may very well be SCI's last Halloween show.
Chemically engineered to induce twitches in your earlobes and/or gluteus maximus... even as we undergo some remodeling.
"I should have brought Tammy Wynette and George Jones - anybody but Johnny Cash!"
This documentary is U2 reminiscing about recording their most successful studio release, The Joshua Tree.
Save the animals, save the environment and have a blast doing it.
In 1908 a large fireball destroyed 60 million trees in the middle of Russia. Care to guess how it happened?
Does it live up to the hype?
There are no wet t-shirt contests or trampoline bouncing here.
Let friends play with different balls on your Wii. Yeah, it's going to be a LONG console generation.
Finding words can be challenging at times - but it still needs... something more.
This Week: Thanksgiving Turkey, Tofu, and Tips!
The story of a high school Mock Trial Team. As it grows serious, will they be one of the two who makes it to state?
From the dusty streets of the early days to its now modern glitz, Canadians were an integral part of Hollywood every step of the way.
mental_floss question of the day.
The majority of the time we use words to communicate our thoughts, structured or broken, depending on the company.
A look at how banks really work for you.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for November 20, 2006
52, a weekly DC Comics series starring Infinity Inc, Lex Luthor, Ralph Dibny, Red Tornado, Steel and the Teen Titans.
Book and TV special both canceled in response to mass indignation, disgust, and disbelief.
It doesn't matter how much you write or how long it takes; what matters is that you write.
Hungry for an elegant, delicious meal on a moderate budget? This cookbook is just what you need.
If you're female and into serious sports like running, climbing, biking or swimming, Her Sports + Fitness magazine will be a good fit.
A solid interpretive history of popular culture to immerse yourself in page by page, or heedlessly flip through and plunge in with abandon.
We don't hear enough from historians about America's place in the world.
A beautiful new book of rare photographs captures Elvis Presley just as he was about to explode into superstardom.
I am constantly wracked by nightmares about friends who are creasers, children with sticky fingers, and dust. It's not easy being a bookaholic...
Martina Hingis' comeback shook up the tennis world in 2006.
Shaun Alexander returns, but San Francisco's Frank Gore tears up the Hawks' defense.
A couple national title hopefuls ran into setbacks in the state of Ohio. And Notre Dame beats up our troops.
Five questions for a freelance journalist who writes about terrorism.
A new confident India is glowing amidst a squalor of unimaginable destitution and shocking poverty.
They should have absolutely obliterated the block full of volunteers, down to the lizards, as Borat would say.
Fisk's observations of American influence over the Middle East are a fascinating, lurid journey into so-called democracy building.
Worm attacks Second Life, MS Agent falls prey to a bug, and Adobe fixes Flash bug.