A fine editorial on what’s wrong with NASA by someone in a position to know.
It’s not a typo.
Video editing is very important in American classrooms, as we learn in this assay.
You know you’re a New Yorker when you’re looking at blackout footage and you want to go HOME. Because pal, if I’m going to be in the midst of an unruly mob, I want it to be MY unruly mob.
Ahhhhh, Gigli. Check that IMDB ranking. Life is good. (Moral of all this? Sometimes it’s okay to hate the playa AND the game.)
The LA Times has a great piece on how music’s never been healthier, not in spite of the music industry’s troubles but quite possibly BECAUSE of then. The inimitable Lars weighs in, and it’s priceless: ”
“I had no idea what I was walking into, the shrapnel that would come my way,” Lars Ulrich of Metallica says now about his leadership of a legal battle with Napster. “If I had known, I wouldn’t have done it. I didn’t know there was this whole world into this. Now everybody knows.”
Objectivity. Not what you think it is, and not something exactly possible, for journalism anyway.