The Essence of Zen
I just got through reading Alan Watts’ “The Way of Zen” which is just awesome, by the way. I didn’t really know who he was, other than, I heard Joseph Campbell mention him a couple times, and in the back of my mind I thought, “Oh, he was just some sort of 60’s new age […]
New Poem: A Natural
“A Natural” I won’t say the things that I have to say, the feelings furrow all alone in the autumn mist, until you finally get up and walk away, and the chills that have eyes blow us their last, snowy, purpley kiss. I cascade over the heights of your frozen, mountaintop world. I skate upon […]
Why Netflix Inc (NFLX) Won’t Raise Prices and What Their Real Endgame Is.
I don’t think Netflix is interested in raising their subscription price or tiered pricing. I think they look at the subscription like Magazines and Newspapers in the pre-digital days looked at subscriptions: a validation of intent and also to show the content creators the legitimacy of their audience. I think Netflix’s endgame is to become […]
Why Netflix Will Become THE Global Distribution Channel for Filmed Art & Entertainment.
(Editor’s note: I wrote this piece originally in response to this article from TheStreet.com: Amazon vs. Netflix: Jeff Bezos Could Squash Reed Hastings Like a Bug) A) I’ve been an HBO subscriber since the 80’s, watched almost everything on it, and “House of Cards” is totally as good as anything that has ever been on […]
Cool Full Length Movies Streaming Free on Youtube
John Huston’s Beat the Devil (1953) Roger Ebert’s Review Sita Sings the Blues (2009) Roger Ebert’s Review
Midnight in Paris: The Music of the Night
Metaphorical Themes It’s a common theme, maybe the most important theme, of Fairy Tales and Mythological stories: when the Hero or Heroin answers the “Call” to adventure,” magical helpers show up seemingly out of nowhere. What is that a metaphor for? Similarly in this story, when Gil answers his own inner call to walk the […]