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August 28, 2008

Whedonesque : Comments on 17433 : NBC orders full season of “Chuck”.

Filed under: Uncategorized — doctorfeelgood @ 8:36 am

The network is giving an early vote of confidence to “Chuck,” picking up the back nine episodes of the sophomore series. The Adam Baldwin spy/comedy returns to the air on September 29th in the US.

Whedonesque : Comments on 17433 : NBC orders full season of “Chuck”.

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August 26, 2008

“Castle” ABC TV Series starring Nathan Fillion » About Castle

Filed under: Firefly — doctorfeelgood @ 2:38 pm

Castle is a witty drama based on a famous mystery novelist who helps the NYPD homicide department solve crimes.Nick Castle [Nathan Fillion] had grown weary of having it all, “fame, fans and females”, until he was approached by the attractive Detective Kate Beckett [Stana Katic] of the NYPD to help catch the copy-cat killer staging murders based on scenes from his novels.Castle’s approach to solving the crimes conflicts with Beckett’s conservative approach leading to much tension and a hint of romance.Keeping Castle grounded are his mother [Susan Sullivan], teenage daughter Alexis [Molly C. Quinn], poker playing friends James Patterson, Sue Grafton, and Stephen King and his ex wife Gina [Monet Mazur] who is also his editor.Ruben Santiago-Hudson will play the Police Chief.Castle is directed by Rob Bowman whose credits include Day Break, Night Stalker andX-Files and is produced by Andrew Marlowe, Armyan Bernstein, Laurie Zaks and Rob Bowman.

“Castle” ABC TV Series starring Nathan Fillion » About Castle

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June 27, 2008

Slashdot | Intentional GPS Jamming On the Increase

Filed under: Cool Stuff — doctorfeelgood @ 5:12 am

“Here’s yet another way to measure the success of GPS: by the efforts to negate it. While unintentional jamming continues to rise, intentional jamming by both foreign military forces and at-home miscreants of various stripes also has shown increased vigor in the past six months. Related here are recent instances of intentional jamming on each side of the border, and (briefly outlined) one initiative mounted by the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA) to counteract it. Also here ways to detect and prevent jamming.”

Slashdot | Intentional GPS Jamming On the Increase

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March 26, 2008

From Yahoo News – Barack Obama is a distant cousin of Brad Pitt, and Hillary Rodham Clinton is related to Pitt’s girlfriend, Angelina Jolie

Filed under: Uncategorized — doctorfeelgood @ 7:40 am

Obama related to Pitt, Clinton to Jolie – Yahoo! News

BOSTON – This could make for one odd family reunion: Barack Obama is a distant cousin of Brad Pitt, and Hillary Rodham Clinton is related to Pitt’s girlfriend, Angelina Jolie.

Researchers at the New England Historic Genealogical Society found some remarkable family connections for the three presidential candidates — Democratic rivals Obama and Clinton, and Republican John McCain.

Clinton, who is of French-Canadian descent on her mother’s side, is also a distant cousin of singers Madonna, Celine Dion and Alanis Morissette. Obama, the son of a white woman from Kansas and a black man from Kenya, can call six U.S. presidents, including George W. Bush, his cousins. McCain is a sixth cousin of first lady Laura Bush.

February 29, 2008

It’s Official – New Line Cinema is Dead! – FirstShowing.Net

Filed under: Uncategorized — doctorfeelgood @ 10:59 am

New Line Cinema

New Line Cinema has gone the way of Orion Pictures and United Artists before it – it’s dead, officially.

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February 27, 2008

Lottery-sized Home Theater

Filed under: Uncategorized — doctorfeelgood @ 9:04 am

Let’s say I win the lottery. Not just a little jackpot, but a really big one. If that happens, this is the home theater I might want to put in my mansion. It costs about $6 million and includes a gigantic, Snowmatte laboratory-grade screen, Sony ultra-high-resolution (4,096-by-2,160) SRX-S110 digital projector, a 8.8-channel audio system with THREE center-channel speakers, SIXTEEN 18-inch Snell Subs, and the list goes on and on. In the end, the setup powers 11,315 high-quality watts in the room designed for the sole purpose of being the ultimate home theater. Is it overkill? Heck yes, but who’s going to judge you when it’s your cash?

Check out more of Brent’s reflections on tech, gadgets, software and media at Brent Evans Geek Tonic.

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Shh !

Filed under: Uncategorized — doctorfeelgood @ 9:02 am
Humorous Pictures

did u hearz dat ?

February 22, 2008

American Idol Season 7 Live Blog Recap of the Winners

Filed under: Uncategorized — doctorfeelgood @ 6:44 am

“8:05 p.m. The top 24 do a medley from the ’60s. They all looked cute, but these people don’t sound well together so far!”

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February 18, 2008

Serenity Day 2008 – August 17th

Filed under: Uncategorized — doctorfeelgood @ 4:56 pm

The official mission of Serenity Day 2008 (SD08) is to promote massive sales of the Serenity Collector’s Edition DVD (BDCE), to donate those BDCEs (and any related items) to appropriate organizations, to promote charities related to our ‘Verse, to promote a worldwide increase in the Browncoat ranks, and to prove that there is sufficient interest — and money — to justify a sequel to Serenity, and the continuation of our ‘Verse.

We do not holds the above goals as mutually exclusive. We see sharing our ‘Verse as spreading a message of hope, of strength, of love, of inspiration, of respect, and of overcoming adversity against all odds.

The official date of Serenity Day 2008 is Sunday, August 17, 2008. This is the eve of the one-year anniversary of the release of the BDCE. Our ultimate goal is to do nothing short of wiping all shelves clean of this product, just in time to push initial year-over-year sales figures for the BDCE off the charts, through the stratosphere, and into the Black.

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February 8, 2008

More about the Internet in the Far East – Cables are Cutting!

Filed under: Uncategorized — doctorfeelgood @ 10:24 am

The count is up to five now:

Technology Review: Analyzing the Internet Collapse

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