My Black Friday spending, so far, has been limited to renewing my Pluralsight subscription for their usual Black Friday rate of $200. When I paid for my first year, I wasn’t sure I was going to renew it for a second, but I’m getting enough out of it, so I guess it’s worth paying for another year. So I’m good through 2018 now.
I’m not seeing too many other Black Friday sales that look interesting, but I’ll probably spend some money at Comixology before the weekend is over. They have a lot of good stuff on sale.
I put a little net neutrality widget from Battle For The Net on my site this morning. I’m not going to leave it up for long, since it’s kind of […]
I like this article on People Who Listen to Podcasts at Super-Fast Speeds from BuzzFeed. Mostly, I like the fact that I haven’t fallen down the hole of feeling like […]
I’ve been enjoying day one of 2 Days of David Bowie on NTS today. If I can stick around until 4pm, Iggy Pop is supposed to be on for an […]
I updated my iPhone and iPad to iOS 11 some time ago, with no issues. There’s really nothing much in iOS 11 that I’m terribly enthusiastic about, but also nothing […]
From Film Comment’s review of Murder on the Orient Express: Poirot’s whiskers are more like a moustache within a moustache, or one set of whiskers grafted onto another. It could […]
After being somewhat industrious last weekend, I’m spending this weekend largely resting and reading comic books. I intended on putting a dent in my backlog of unread books, but it […]
From An Eye-Popping Mid-Century Apartment Filled With Pollocks, Klines, and de Koonings: Ben Heller bought Jackson Pollock’s One, Number 31, 1950, when he lived in an apartment with lower ceilings. […]
I guess this was inevitable: Quicken has switched to a subscription model. They’re charging $45/year for Deluxe, which is the version I use. Here’s an article about it, from MacRumors. […]
I went to a small comic book show in Flemington today. I haven’t been to a really small local con in a while. This one was pretty cool. They had […]