When Rand Paul received a suspicious package of white powder in the mail last week, he was quick to blame it on a threat from Richard Marx(?), the 80s/90s pop singer. Marx had tweeted that he wanted to buy drinks for Paul's neighbor, the guy who'd tackled the Kentucky Senator in a property dispute in 2017. The Late Show with Stephen Colbert was quick to poke fun of this bizarre social media silliness with a spoof of a Richard Marx song with musician/singer Louis Cato doing a spot-on Marx impression.
It's always nice to revisit the classics ,such as Zadok The Priest (Club Edit) and Cher's 1580 hit I Turned Back Time. By Adrian Gray and Archie Henderson. READ THE REST
In a segment on "social re-entry anxiety," A Late Show did a funny spoof of a instructional films of the mid-20th century (at 3:30) on "Post-Pandemic Party Dos and Don'ts." DO enter the party with a nice greeting: "Hello fellow party goers, I brought some refreshing alcohol." DON'T act like you're on Zoom: "Can everybody… READ THE REST
This Sunday, May 23rd at 5pm PST, Deb Lacusta and Dan Castellaneta debute their, long awaited by me, zoom noir 'The Long Isolation.' Written and directed by Lacusta and Castellaneta, who are renowned for their writing, and Dan's acting, on "The Simpsons," the play is performed by Immediate Theater, a comedic troupe stacked with some… READ THE REST
We all live for those moments when we can upgrade our tech. The anticipation from unboxing a new phone, laptop, or tablet gives us an endorphin hit like no other. Of course, most of us don't have the financial resources to trade up all of our tech at the same time. Thankfully, you can reoutfit yourself… READ THE REST
For a majority of online users, video is king. The quality and impact of a strong visual can make all the difference. But once you couple that fantastic video clip with inferior audio, everything falls apart. A Hollywood-caliber film with horrible audio becomes almost unwatchable. Even on a video conferencing call, users can get away with… READ THE REST
For the past two years, app developers have slowly been warming to the advantages of SwiftUI. Much like its other offerings, Apple sought to make this app development arena a be-all, end-all solution for creating across the wide range of Apple products. While every new approach has its growing pains, SwiftUI has spent the 20… READ THE REST