Jackie Gleason’s Flying Saucer Is For Sale!

Remember Jackie Gleason (1916 – 1987: 71 years old)? According to Wikipedia, he was an “American comedian, actor, writer, composer and conductor.” I only vaguely remember him as a comedian with a very brash persona. Neatorama is reporting that, when I was 2 years old, Mr. Gleason built a house on 196 Furnace Dock Road, Cortland Manor, New York, that… Continue reading

Yay! Burger King Commercial Explains Net Neutrality

People are busy. Many haven’t even realized Trump’s FCC has already repealed net neutrality. And most people don’t even know what that means—YET! But guess, what? You soon will notice. You soon will care. You’re about to get ripped off even more by your big friends like Comcast. So Burger King created this really awesome commercial for the Whopper that… Continue reading

@Plotagraph: An Update on Their Pricing

Previously I wrote a blog post about 2 very cool software products: Cinemagraph and Plotagraph. In it, I bemoaned the unaffordability of both, and the expensive software rental model Plotagraph chose to use1. For the casual user, like myself, Plotagraph was just too expensive to rent for the few projects I would like to produce from time to time. Well,… Continue reading

Cirque du Soleil

Last year I failed to mention that we attended the Cirque du Soleil: Kurios, here in Atlanta. That encounter was Steve’s first experience with a Cirque du Soleil, and, as is customary, the performances in the show were wonderful, colorful, thrilling. The music, costumes, and theme were unique. Our seats were excellent. Steve loved the show. Since then, we’ve seen… Continue reading

California Typewriter (Movie Review & Reflection)

California Typewriter: 100% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes. I didn’t know anything got 100% on Rotten Tomatoes. But California Typewriter did. And it’s well-deserved. My reflection, though a bit long, explains some of the reasons why! My Digital Technology Prequel 85 updates available. Are you serious? This never-ending, built from the ground up, cyclical process promises re-invented personal freedom, instant and… Continue reading

Love Is Love: In a Heartbeat

With over 22,000,000 views in just one week, this little animated short by computer animation students, Esteban Bravo and Beth David, has taken the internet by storm. The young creators of the project said they wanted to challenge the notion that LGBT content is not suitable or appropriate for young audiences. The short film was their animation thesis. They sought… Continue reading

Art of the Gif

Feeling a bit giffy today? These are from a post I encountered at this link at fubiz. Other gifs of the naked model can be found at this link. And then we have this cool animated gif. <img class=”alignnone size-medium wp-image-826635″ src=”http://www.fubiz.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Poetic-and-Absorbing-Wavy-Animated-GIFs-6.gif” alt=”” width=”900″ height=”444″ />… Continue reading