Answering questions about a growing trend.
If there’s food at a meeting, you’ll get higher turnout. OK, I just made that up, but I think a government grant is in order for me to study that very principle, and I suspect that when the results come back indicating that my thesis is correct, everyone will say, “Duh.” People love free food. […]
Crank it up: Rod Stewart: "Maggie May." The Rolling Stones: "Girl with Faraway Eyes." Joe Cocker, Mad Dogs and Englishmen: "Feelin' Alright."
Arthur Brooks of the American Enterprise Institute discusses the nature of happiness. Very interesting.
Take a stroll with some unusual musicians and a dancer down a street in New Orleans. You'll be glad you did. [HT: Rick Miller]
The immortal "Dead Skunk in the Middle of the Road."
Yesterday’s extravaganza is a cause for concern.
Here is one brief reason why Citizen Kane is a great film.
The Fendermen with "Muleskinner Blues." [I like the "Hey, little water boy" line.]
The evidence says yes, argues one University of Chicago economist.
A touch of the piano from "Amelie."
The trailers for: "St. Vincent" "The Big Country" "Black Sunday" "Strictly Ballroom" "The Quiller Memorandum" "Ransom" "Master and Commander"
In A Thousand Clowns, Jason Robards shows the proper way to answer a telephone.
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Jaguar's "British villains" commercial.
Tell the good, the bad, and the ugly.
You can find the 1937 IBM corporate songbook at ars technica. Aside from the strange lyrics, there is something very Chairman Mao/North Korea-ish about it. Nowadays, of course, people are far more sophisticated. [HT: Gizmodo]
"Only the Lonely" "Sweet Dreams Baby"
A clip from the soundtrack to True Grit.