It's weird when you do a Google Search and all the results come back from 2012, 2007, 2010, etc. Since so few people blog any more, Google is becoming useless for a lot of things it used to be useful for. There's just less open web for them to index.
I saw that David Letterman will be doing a Netflix series of like 6 shows. No details yet, but this seems interesting.
There was an article recently that made clear, DC Comics has no idea who is reading their books. that sounds about right.
Read a facinating article about the aging NASA engineers that still guide and operate the Voyager probes. Really interesting read, and something I hadn't really thought about.
Watched a video on a Starship Bridge simulator: Starship Horizons and it looks very cool. It's something I want to try.
The word AI is being used in place of the word Algorithm. They are not the same thing.
Marvel has 2 to 4 movies a year now, depending on how you want to count the 20th Century Fox and Sony stuff. The constant dribble of "movie news" from all these productions is getting tedius. I like watching the movies, but I tire of the hype cycle.
Watching my 2.5 year old try and talk about VR for the first time was really neat.
After Game of Thrones, I'll probably drop HBO. Unrelated, I have no interest in Confederate and it should probably not be made.
Got a Daydream Headset this week. Gear VR is probably better, but Daydream is so much easier to use.
News story this week about Disney leaving Netflix to start it's own streaming channel. Even though there will only be a dozen or so major streaming services, I doubt most people will subscribe to more than a few of them. Further cultural fragmentation ahead.
I did some joking tweets about people from New York City and San Fransisco colonizing and taking over Wyoming. They were jokes, but also a good idea. I mean if 1/10th of each of those two cities moved there, they could remake that state. Some billionaire should push that idea.
Porgs look cool.