"Publication is nice, but coming up with the ideas and putting them down on paper is the thing that makes me feel proud."
If you're new to the entire 33 1/3 series, an excellent primer is the new 33 1/3 Greatest Hits.
The reader's fascination can only be quelled by more stories of these two noble, yet horribly flawed, protagonists.
Great fun, reminds you of the classic age of Sci-Fi when anything could happen, and often did.
"I have been encouraged recently by a willingness on the part of the media to challenge the fast food chains."
An epic terrorist thriller of gumshoes and gurus in India, and how to "live every minute and die every moment.”
There's nothing fun about being an unloved, flea-ridden mutt - unless one of your fleas has big plans for you!
Excellent scholarly look at one of the finest comic book series ever
The current Bowl Championship Series is a mess. Here’s a much better plan.
Should you complain about T.O. or NBA players?
When nine wins gets you a division title with two weeks left, the question needs to be asked.
While total fantasy points were a big consideration, we also gave extra attention to week-to-week consistency.
Did you know that last year was one of the first years that sales of books had risen?
If you're born with the gift, you become a programmer as dictated by the Ceremony of Twelve.
A patch too soon from Microsoft.
StumbleVideo lets you sort through the clutter to find targeted clutter.
There's a lot more to this girl than just one dimension of the blues.
Everyone from Justin Timberlake to Arctic Monkeys finds a place on our list of the best music videos of the year
Green River Ordinance are intelligent, diverse, dynamic alt/pop/rock with tons of heart and soul.
Wherein I eat crow and admit John Mayer is really pretty damned good.
It's not very Celtic, but it is a beautiful, traditional-sounding Christmas album.
Melodic death with a touch of blah.
"The bloodshed in the world is too much. I call for peace, love and togetherness"- Anthony B
What happens when middle aged men resurrect their youth?
Digital media music and video downloads and streams.
People are boring, but we plod on hoping that there's a nugget of news worth reporting. Such is the life of an intrepid reporter.
If the lessons of the Iraqi war are learned, then the bad can be a good.
Should we switch off Christmas lighting?
The K11 Project is the most comprehensive film project on the issue of child sexploitation to date.
Nice little gem that owes a lot to the classic films of the '70s and '80s.
African history reduced to a Scotsman's romance of redemption.
Jet Li's final martial arts film is violent, sensitive and visually stunning.
Santa's her boyfriend and he showed her his **** in a box.
Don't wait any longer. Make that horror fan on your list happy with one of these sure-to-please gifts.
One of Jet Li's finest outings, and a lovesong to wushu.
I bring you good tidings - holiday movies, cartoons, and specials for the week!
Mel sets his action eye on the jungles of Central America.
A film flawed by a lack of character development, but saved by good acting.
The smooth operator breaks his hand and Carly breaks Sonny's heart.
Oh, don't tell me they can't light a fire when given matches! Another season of Survivor ends. Who outplayed, outwitted, and outlasted?
David Cronenberg, porn stars, and blood-sucking freaks. What's not to love?
My father and I share a special family tradition at Christmas.
Mental Floss question of the day.
Time Magazine's "Person of the Year" is you.
Needless to say I certainly never expected to be in the same company as Hitler and Khomeini...
Introducing breakdancer Luca Patuelli to the blogging community.
The narcissistic social disorder that has enveloped global society takes many forms.
The moon landing, ecology, American history, the Holocaust, astronomy and AIDS are taking a beating by those who want to rewrite history
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for December 18, 2006
My confusion is as to whether the noun "You" (in Time's Person of the Year 2006) is plural or singular.
The concept is built around one theory: that food ain't goin' anywhere.