* We watched Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby. My vote: *** out of 4 stars. Funny, hilarious in places, and slick overall. I am deepy disturbed that they cut my favorite line from the trailer – “I can’t lower my heart rate; I’ve got a cougar on me!” – from the feature film. […]
Good luck to one of my favorite bloggers, Robert Scoble, who is leaving Microsoft for PodTech.net (whatever that is).
Make. very. important. moments.
In light of Thomas Hawk’s recent post about The Webby Awards, I’m starting up a new web awards ceremony myself. As I stated in a comment on Thomas’ site, the rules of The JGC Awards are thus: For $120 (about half the cost of a Webby), I will happily confer upon any one of you […]
Law of Ongoing Trends: Whenever you think a trend is about to expire, it’s safe to assume it will continue on for up to half of its total life to date. Expressed mathmatically: Total life of trend = assumed life + half
Rabbit, originally uploaded by jgclarke. I came home today and found this little friend hanging out in my basement. He came to stay overnight but he has to go home again tomorrow.
It’s amazing how much people will pay for such an abstract thing as a logo.
Eeek! I’ve been away for over a week (rhyme not intended). Here are some of the things I’ve been up to since I’ve been gone: * On Sunday, three years to the day of the launch of Moorelies.com, I re-launched by TV/Video/DVD blog, Network Landscape. Check it out, and if you’re interested in covering online […]
Veronica Mars is new tonight for the first time in weeks, I’m burned out on the Internet, and exhausted on top of that. So tonight, I’m going offline to spend time relaxing with my two favorite women. Thankfully, one of them is real.
Just found a great set of quotes by a person I’d never heard of, Franklin P. Jones. One of my favorites: “Originality is the art of concealing your source.” -Franklin P. Jones