By Andrew Linde
This past week, Steve Jobs passed away. He is known as the godfather of Apple. He was the face of their product up until he stepped down amid his bouts with cancer. When that cancer took his life, he was hailed as a visionary. Many claimed he changed how we as consumers view computers and computer projects. Well, I think we should stop short before we deify him.
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By Matthew Esposito
BREAKING NEWS: Matt Damon, Liam Neeson and Jason Statham are set to star in a re-make of the action and adventure classic The Great Escape. No, that is not true at all. I apologize if I got your hopes up because a re-make with those three would be epic. Imagine Damon as “The Cooler King,” Neeson as “The Scrounger” and Statham as “The Tunnel King.” That thought certainly brings a smile to my face. That is the power of cinema though, more so than literature or video games. Just the slightest notion of our favorite stars comprising characters or roles elicits instant excitement because of the performance they can bring. For me, they contain the best ability to create happiness when my mood is bleak.
By Thomas Willett“Everybody loves a clown, so why can’t you?
A clown has feelings, too. “
– Gary Lewis and the Playboys “Everybody Loves a Clown.”
This past Monday was a big night for Charlie Sheen. His show Two and a Half Men gained it’s best ratings in six years. He was also the subject of the most recent Comedy Central Roast. This guy is unstoppable, right?
by Matthew Esposito
Apple bugs me. No, not apples with bugs in them, but Apple computers; although bug infested apples might be just as unsettling. Regardless, I have never been a fan of the computer manufacturer. Sure, when I was a child I wanted a Mac to print out unmarked checks and subsequently rub up next to Karen Duffy like Preston Waters in Blank Check, but then again, what boy did not want that?