Thursday, September 11, 2014

Frustrating Dilemma

Thanks (or no thanks) to Facebook, I rarely blog these days. I like the instantaneousness (is that a word?) of how Facebook works. I can post an image or make a comment and virtually instantly I can get a response or at the very least, a thumbs up like from someone. Now, I've heard rumblings that Facebook is going to start deleting posts or put some sort of an expiration date on them. If that's the case, I'm going to have to go back to my blog here as I want some sort of "permanence" to my posts for my own reference at least.

Part of the charm of Facebook is the time stamp in that you can go back and find stuff from a few years back and it's still there. I still would like a "search" feature on Facebook, but oh well. I guess nothing lasts forever. I still like Facebook better than Twitter and MySpace, but I suppose all of it really is just a monumental waste of time. Since I write anyway, I don't really notice too much and I'd rather write than play video games endlessly.

In any case, it is a dilemma if Facebook does change, but again nothing lasts forever...

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Julia Child Shows You How to Edit Video Tape UPDATE

My dad found it! Way back on October 28, 2008, I inquired about this classic piece of tape featuring Julia Child that I originally viewed in college in the late 80s. The tape itself dates from the 1960s and here it is in all its glory!

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Back Issue #71

Another article by me; this time it's Timmy Time, a Harvey Comics one-shot that didn't hit it off with Harvey readers of the character's creator! Read why inside "Back Issue" #71, now on sale!

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Back Issue #70

If you make it your local comic book store, you can find Back Issue #70, an issue totally devoted to the Hulk! I wrote a four page article about "Teen Hulk" (remember that?) from "Crazy" magazine. Check it out!