Over the last few months I have seen that I have collected some new followers of my newsletter, in what I presume is interest in what I was reporting on from the entertainment side of things.
I’ve decided to put my focus of that kind of reporting over on Brusimm’s sister site, Cinema Static. The site is focused purely on that kind of content. BUT…
If you have signed up for the newsletter from this site, don’t fret. I have combined the two sites worth of news into a single newsletter that will now be coming out daily, M-F, now.
This site will be more focused on consumery things, book reviews and the like, while the main thrust of info from the fun realm of entertainment will be coming out of Cinema Static. Plus, some older posts that sit here will be getting moved over to CS as well.
This was a Google-driven decision in the hopes of helping grow my Cinema Static reader base.
This is a short disposition on why I am no longer playing the dangerous road condition points games with my Waze app.Â And thank you Waze, AKA Google, for enticing me away from these dangerous driving habits.
The other day my wife needed a new battery for her cell phone and it was not a simple fix since our Motorolas (AKA the Hong Kong based Lenovo) has sealed bodies, we could not change them out ourselves. Well, at least not easily. SO off to the Verizon store I went. I ended up getting new phones for both of us. Technically, they’re new batteries, right? In the process, I’ve achieved divesting myself of our horrible Motorola phone experiences. (Why I’ll never buy another Motorola Phone Again) This also ended my 10-year embargo on Samsung products, since I ended up with two new Samsung Galaxy S6’s.
The reason I am no longer playing the Waze points Game was that when I got my new phones one of the first apps I installed back into my phone life was my Waze App, the app could not connect me to my old profile that had accumulated thousands of road points.
During Veteran’s Day and in a few cases, the surrounding days leading up to or after, various businesses show their appreciation to the military (and sometimes local law-enforcement) vets of this country. Many specials extend to their families too.Â In all cases it is recommended to bring proof just to make the transition easy. In […]
Don’t be fooled by the title. It has a meaning, just not what you think. But it keeps you thinking all throughout the read… why this title? When will the impact or meaning of it going to hit the reader? It has been a long time since I read a book that I call a […]
Have you ever wondered whether you should use Google Maps or Waze? Between the two apps, both owned by Google, it is six of one, half dozen of the other. You can’t go wrong with either app. There are a few minor differences, and if you’re an Android user, you already have Maps on your […]
I am so sick of organizations we trust getting their computer databases breached. If they were to actually spend the money securing their databases, well, it would be nice, right? And can we really pay someone to “protect” us from the evils of Identity Theft? Is Lifelock worth it? (See my last paragraph for that […]
I thought you would get a kick out of this fascinating and apparently unique natural phenomenon referred to by the layman as â€śtrumpetâ€ť sounds are actually Earthâ€™s natural radio transmissions that just happen to be occurring at the tone that humans can hear, while scaring the crap out of themselves. I love this video where […]
It is inevitable that we all see it… people in cars doing things that do not seem to be the most intelligent solution for their perceived problems. An extreme case in point was the woman who died in her car on the train tracks here in Menlo Park, CA, who, according to people who spoke […]
This year’s Summer Concert Series in Menlo Park will be taking place starting on Wednesday, June 17th and will run through to August 12th, 2015. The series takes a break on July 1st. The concerts are slated to take place in Fremont Park in downtown, located at University and Santa Cruz, each one slated to […]
To any consumers who visit the Starbucks on Santa Cruz Ave, in downtown Menlo Park, CA., you might want to look up when you walk into the coffee store. The place is temporarily closed until Wednesday, Jun 26th. – – – My suspicion is that they’re adding the alcoholic dispensing systems and took advantage of […]
Fox Pulls FANTASTIC FOUR Films From Home Venues, DAREDEVIL Casting News is good, and we have film synopsis for Independence Day 2 and Batman vs. Superman movie. – (Amazon link) I am not sure if you have heard or not, but a new Fantastic Four movie is coming out…Â again. It is due out in […]
This week the notable titles coming out on DVD and Blu-ray include… Kinsgman: Secret Service, which got a 7.9 from users on IMDb, and stars Taron Egerton, Sofia Boutella, Samuel L. Jackson, Colin Firth, Mark Hamill, Mark Strong, Sophie Cookson, Richard Brake and Michael Caine. – Season four of Teen Wolf, starring Tyler Posey and […]
First we heard that Jason Statham was in negotiations for a part in the Netflix series, Daredevil. Then we heard that because of that inside scoop about the negotiations, the talks fell apart, leaving neither party with any kind of advantage in the contractual talks. Then there were press tidbits from Marvel Television saying the […]
A quickie review of Dark Horse’s new title, Barb Wire: The tagline says, “Nail-hard tough and drop-dead gorgeous, Barb Wire is the baddest bounty hunter on the mean streets of Steel Harbor, where gangsters can lift bulldozers and leap rusting factories in a single bound. The hunting is stupid good and the bounties are hella […]
Katherine Chappell was a Visual Effects artist for a few 2014 episodes of HBO’s Game of Thrones, and a compositor for Royal Pains. She held various positions on movies such as Arthur, Tower Heist, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Apocalypse Pompeii, DIVERGENT, Noah, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, GODZILLA and In the Heart of […]
Starting on June 5th, 2015, Morgan Hill (CA) is hosting the Morgan Hill Friday Night Music Series, which takes place at the Morgan Hill Downtown Ampitheater located at the Community and Cultural Center at the Corner of Dunne Ave and Monterery Rd. On Friday nights from 6pm to 9pm. It reminds me of the Concert […]
Up until today rumors were swirling about that Jason Statham was being pursued by Marvel to play Bullseye in the Netflix series Daredevil. It was a very enticing Daredevil rumor that fans of the comic company and title were enjoying hearing. I personally thought Statham would have made a great Bullseye. Nerd Reactor is reporting […]
We learn when the new season of Orange is the New Black is returning, the story timeline with Fear the Walking Dead spin-off series, a creepy new chapter in an X-Files story, a new clip for Ant-Man, How DC and WB are supporting their genre movies and Johnny Depp’s dog whoas! – Netflix released a […]