Do you read Sutter Cane?

Watched on March 31…

In the Mouth of Madness was directed by the brilliant John Carpenter, so it’s definitely worth a watch. And probably a re-watch. It starts promisingly enough but runs off the rails at the end (and not in a good way). Plus… Charlton Heston! And Sam Neill covered in crosses…

In the Mouth of Madness - Sam Neill

(Currently available via Netflix’s “Watch Instantly.”)


Interplanetary got a mention at

Did you know makes their own camera and netbook bags (branded as “AmazonBasics”)? I have their camera bag, and it is excellent (especially considering the price). So I decided to order the netbook bag for my iPad 2.

I kind of want to remake this “If Wes Anderson made a Spider-man movie” video. It’s a cute idea, but they didn’t quite pull it off. And they got the font wrong (it should be bold Futura).

Continuing the theme, “If Other Directors Made The Social Network.”

Live long and prosper, y’all. You can watch many full episodes of various flavors (original, animated, next gen, etc.) of Star Trek over at

Via John, virtual Atari 2600 and Apple II in your web browser.

In case I haven’t linked to this before: interviews with several cool directors at Cannes, circa 1975.

Based on the story I heard today on NPR, this sounds like a fascinating book about rock and roll pianist Nicky Hopkins.

The most interesting thing about this story is the technology used to display information about callers who “block” their phone numbers.

This looks like an awesome set of lenses for only $6,000. (I’m not being sarcastic–Zeiss makes top-shelf lenses, and they’re usually a lot more expensive than $1,200 ea.)

Apparently, SurplusMeter lets you monitor your Mac computer’s network data usage.

Old news at this point, but cool: download All Day by Girl Talk.


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