It’s been a great 3 years with TIVO. Easily one of the best media consumption services ever. They couldn’t make enough inroads in Canada/HD/Online services for us — plus our lack of watching “traditional TV”.
We’re almost at the end. One more tonight then the finale.
“815 Sentences About Lost is a project bringing together 108 different people to share their thoughts about Lost during this, its last season. For some, Lost has become an obsession over the last 5 and a half years, for others, not so much. Personally, I thought the series began drifting during the 2nd season, bottoming out in the 3rd season, before coming back strong in the middle of the 4th season. What’s always been most impressive to me, though, is Lost’s innovative narrative style – using flashbacks, and then flash forwards, as well, to move the story along. I’m eager to see how the series concludes and whether the show’s fans will be satisfied with the answers provided by the show’s creators.”
“Sterling Spencer was chatting on his waterproof cell phone while sitting on his board and waiting for waves in Mexico, when a set came in. He had the phone in his hand, so he went ahead and filmed himself on the wave.”
The show last night rocked. I’m more a KISS fan now than ever. They put on an excellent show — 2 hours non-stop with great lights/pyrotechnics/antics and stunts !! Didn’t sit down once the whole time. Helped that we had AMAZING seats.
playingforchange.com – From the award-winning documentary, “Playing For Change: Peace Through Music”, comes the first of many “songs around the world” being released independently. Featured is a cover of the Ben E. King classic by musicians around the world adding their part to the song as it traveled the globe.
Congrats to all of them, Linda, Rachel and everyone at UHW. Great way to gear up for their album launch at Club Soda next weekend..
“United Steel Workers Of Montreal
w/ Slaters, Jimmyriggers, Dirty ‘Ol Band, Ladies Of The Canyon, Unsettlers and Jonas
At Club Soda, Feb. 6, 9:30 p.m.”
The image above is their new album “Three on the Tree” — Linda tells me: “the three on the tree refers to the old gear shifter behind the wheel in the cars of the 40s and 50s (in case you were wonderin’)”. Love it.