Lately, I have been pondering what to do with this blog. Originally, I thought I would be recapping all of the movies, books and movies I consume. It turned out tougher than I imagined.
I thought about what I would like discussing here. I’ve centered on technology, with concentrations on mobile apps, devices and security. (Of course, security, since that’s what I do for a living)
I look forward to giving my take on all sorts of happening in the world of tech. Stay tuned.
I was thinking yesterday as I was ailing from back pain…
It seems like nowadays in order to communicate with a human I’m not standing next to I have to stop what I’m doing and push buttons. Not like years ago people called and I was actually able to hear their voice, and talk back in a relatively quick pace. To hell with texting.
I’ve spend the past 10 years searching for a digital camera that takes as good photos as the 35mm I used in the 90’s. Many times I’ve just used my shitty cameraphone.
I guess when I’m suffering from back pain I’m subject to “old man rants”.
Netflix Que: Don’t tell me how it ends…
Currently in my Netflix que: (DVD) The Life Aquatic With Steve Zizzou, Rushmore, Ed Wood, Sideways, Adventureland, Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist, (500) Days of Summer, I Heart Huckabees, Shaun of the Dead, Waking Life, The Last Kiss, Milk, Coco Before Chanel, Roger Dodger, Ghost World, Match Point, Sweet and Lowdown, Celebrity, Don’t Drink the Water, Adam’s Rib, Chuck & Buck, Batman Begins, Blood Simple. (Instant) Z, La Dolce Vita, Raising Arizona, The Machinist, Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room.
It seems I have some work to do…
I’m thinking the style of The Squid and the While and Margot at the Wedding are very similar. A very seventies (even though Margot is set in modern day), walls lined with books, everyone wearing sweaters, living in older homes, driving older cars kind of style. In fact, I’ve noticed a lot of the recent “indie” moves have adopted this theme. Another example is the movie Smart People. The ‘burbs are very out in dramatic, smart indie films.
Anyway, next on the list is The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou. Yes, I know I should’ve seen this by now.