The Johnny Carson website
, where many episodes are for sale on VHS. Bad news: It will cost me about $3,000 to collect all the Albert Brooks
appearances. This week they're playing a (quicktime) monologue from 1977. Anybody else got the warm fuzzies for Johnny?
All pistachio nuts should come shelled. Every time I have a few, I break another thumb
... Remember Larry's
King's hilariously banal blatherings in his USAToday column? How effortlessly mockable it was
? How he finally got shitcanned
last fall? Well, he's back
. Giveaway that King himself supervised the web presentation: how you have to hit "next" to see each individual, um...thought?...insight?...nugget? Like they're so substantial.
TiVo fanatics will know the name of TiVolutionary (Richard Bulwinkle), the official TiVo evangelist who helped create one of the most enthusiastic (independent) user communities ever at AVS Forums
. Well, he's either quit or been fired
"Everything's changed"? No, very little has changed. Exhibit A: the upcoming broadcast
of the complete "in-the-belly-of-the-beast" WTC collapse video by CBS. Only three "very special" sponsors, and 50 million are expected to watch. Including me. (Hey, I'm a complicated person and/or hypocrite)
Next gen TiVo announced
. Apparently "by holiday season 2002" we can look forward to broadband, photos, CD storage/playback, streaming audio, VOD, and something called "video party games" on our TiVos. But will my Wishlist ever learn to refresh in under 15 minutes?