Meanwhile, I name him the Billionaire with the Best D.J. Name:
Thursday, March 06, 2008
The Project Runway finale was so emotional, you could tell that Victoria Beckham regretted having a paralyzed, expressionless face. (Or perhaps she left her emotion chip at home.)
Wednesday, March 05, 2008
Tuesday, March 04, 2008
Good news for fans of good music, as well as fans of beautiful women. MSN’s Control Room will broadcast a complete Sheryl Crow concert this Thursday, the 6th. The show starts at 11am PT/ 2pm ET and 8 pm local in all international territories.
In no way do I mean to diminish the tragedy of this accident or the loss of those who perished.
(By the way, whenever I see the original ad, all I can think is, "The call is coming from INSIDE THE HOUSE!!!")
Monday, March 03, 2008
I love when I can recommend a gadget to you that is incredibly easy to use and performs an incredibly useful task. Tech shouldn't be intimidating or complicated. It should get the job done, quick and easy. Which brings me to the Pinnacle Video Transfer.
The Pinnacle Video Transfer is an amazing product. It lets you transfer video without a computer. Most important, it works. Now you can save your home videos, your TiVo recordings, your gaming sessions -- any video -- onto, say, an iPod, and it's literally this easy:
1. You plug your video source in one end.
2. You plug your USB hard drive, thumb drive, or portable video player -- including a PSP or an iPod -- into the other.
3. Start the video and press the big REC button.
Your video is captured in H.264 MPEG-4 in real time. Once it's on your player you're good to go. Or, if you've put it on a drive, you can drag it into your computer for editing, burning, or whatever you wish. You can select from three quality level settings if you want by pressing the big MODE button.
When I recently had to put some old Sony Micro videos on my not-Sony-friendly Mac, this was a real lifesaver. Anyone who doesn't want to mess with codecs or complicated software should get one of these.
Sunday, March 02, 2008
After a prolonged stay in a mental hospital, Laura Wiggington (Suzi Lorraine) follows her husband, Ray (Tom Stedham), to a remote cottage by the river for an intensive recovery session. But a sinister clown named Dissecto (Lucien Eisenach) has other plans...