I had the great fortune of flying to Boston over the weekend on business. It was a great time to be there: the weather was downright balmy (50s!) and the seafood sampler at the Union Oyster House (allegedly the oldest restaurant in the United States) was terrific.
And oh yeah, did I mention? The New England Patriots lost to the Denver Broncos. Continue reading
I saw an A&E program the other day about the Brady Bunch, and how over the decades the story of the archetypal modern family has become an American cultural icon.
It was fun to relive the series.
I liked watching â€œThe Brady Bunch” when I was a kid, and like everyone my age and younger (since the show has constantly been in syndication since it originally went off the air in the mid-â€˜70s).
But I also have been watching the first-season episodes of â€œThe Partridge Family” on DVD, and having a ball. Continue reading
I’ve been a fan of Apple’s TV commercials for the iPod since long before I got my own iPod.
The instantly recognizable campaign, with the silhouetted figures dancing with their iPods in hand and the “iconic” white earbuds and wire flopping around are just plain cool. A couple of weeks ago, Apple launched its latest TV commercial, which features “pop-lock” dancers doing their robotic, hip-hoppy thing to their ‘Pods.
Then, I realized that I never see people in real life listening to iPod and moving along to the music like the silhouettes in these commercials. Continue reading