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New York Film Festival Movie Review: ‘Steve Jobs,’ starring Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet

Danny Boyle, Aaron Sorkin, Seth Rogan, Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet, Michael Stuhlbarg, Jeff Daniels

Danny Boyle's brilliant "Steve Jobs is" presents a "Master of the Universe," but also a man conflicted and challenged by those closest to him. Read More »

Tablet Review: iPad Mini with Retina Display


With its Retina display and the new ultrafast A7 processor, it sounds like the perfect tablet. Should you buy one? Read More »

Book Review: How to Seduce An Angel in 10 Days by Saranna DeWylde

A provocative, imaginative, peppery paranormal setting melded with a sensual, intellectual, charming, and whimsical love story makes this outing a riveting triumph! Read More »

Theater Review (LA): The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs at Theatre Asylum

Mike Daisey's controversial monologue receives a makeover in Theatre Asylum's new production. Read More »

Graphic Biography Review: Steve Jobs: Genius By Design by Jason Quinn and Amit Tayal (illustrator)

Steve Jobs' life in words and pictures aims at the adolescent audience. Read More »

Book Revew: Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson

After reading 571 pages, I grieved that the story was over. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: The Zen of Steve Jobs by Caleb Melby, Forbes LLC and JESS3

The Zen of Steve Jobs imagines a friendship and poses some interesting theories about how Apple design may have its roots in Zen Buddhism. Read More »

Book Review: Revolution in The Valley: The Insanely Great Story of How the Mac was Made by Andy Hertzfeld

An excellent oral history and “fly on the wall” account of the making of Apple's Macintosh computer. Read More »

DVD Review: Facing Death & Dying Well

The expected but early death of Steve Jobs creates a real teachable moment about death and rebirth. Read More »

Legendary Raiders Owner Al Davis Passes Away At Age 82

Many have worn the crowns of greatness, villain, and fool. Few have worn them all and fewer with as much defiant pride as Al Davis. Read More »