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Ugh! This has happened to me more than once, and I think some of these companies need to stop using the term “customer support” because they obviously have no idea what those words mean.
I’ve recently become addicted to The Simpsons Tapped Out game app. For Simpsons fans, it’s an incredibly fun and funny app. It’s essentially a simulation world-building app, sort of like The Sims, but in this game you’re rebuilding Springfield and related areas (e.g., Springfield Squidport, Krustyland amusement park). The app is free (available in the [… Read More]
Did you know Amazon has gotten into the TV and movie production business? Yep, it’s true. And as you would expect from a company that’s always trying to figure out what consumers want and give it to them, Amazon has made the pilot episodes of their various TV shows available on their site to watch [… Read More]
In which I presume to add my own commentary track to a noteworthy film. I have probably watched Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band twenty or more times by now, and I expect I’ll watch it at least twenty more times before I shuffle off this mortal coil. I saw it the first time in [… Read More]
There are all kinds of techie and academic definitions of the term “meme”, but most of them don’t get it quite right. Or they get it right, but in such dry, scholarly language that you’d never know they’re talking about Grumpy Cat or Fist Pump Baby (also known as “Success Kid”). Regardless of what the [… Read More]