More RIAA gubbins

Janis Ian tears the RIAA’s arguments to pieces.

Excitement at Chapel Hill

Chapel Hill - how do the news wires cope?

The things you learn. Look

The things you learn. Look ma! It’s a TLA.

Because I like alternatives. 

Because I like alternatives

Blogger...

As I was saying, before Blogger disappeared, I’ve removed the OpenJournal system we were using, and started an account on Blogger. I’m sort of regretting that at this precise moment, but we’ll see just how stable the Blogger server is before I do anything drastic…

Hmm

Hmm

Oh yes, I forgot. We

Oh yes, I forgot. We now have a comment system. I don’t really know how well it works, so give it a try, and scream at us if it goes horribly wrong.

Pity Peter Stone isn't on it...

Singing In The Rain has a Stanley Donen commentary. YAY!

Lazybones Quentin

Finally, True Romance features the unrated cut of the film in 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen, English 5.1 Dolby and DTS and English 2.0 surrond tracks, three new audio commentaries with director Tony Scott, screenwriter Quentin Tarantino, actors Christian Slater and Patricia Arquette, plus additional commentaries with cast Dennis Hopper, Val Kilmer, Brad Pitt and Michael Rapaport, branching feature with access to storyboards throughout the film, a behind-the-scenes multi-angle featurette, the orignal 1993 featurette, 30 minutes of deleted scenes, an alternate ending with optional commentary, animated photo and publicity gallery, filmographies, trailers, and a ROM viewer with access to the script, additional storyboards and notes throughout the film.

So why couldn’t Tarantino be bothered to do commentaries for Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, and Jackie Brown????

And this is a test

And this is a test of mozBlog