I have to admit, this made me laugh. I'd love to hear how it came about. Unlike the UK I think there is very little discussion or thought about tea in the U.S., where coffee remains the dominant beverage. I declare that because even non-food establishments offer coffee, sometimes even for free. This is not the case with tea,...2 participating Mike knew of the book but has never read it so we started recording it. But we only started watching this past week because we had such a backlog of other stuff. I've found it more entertaining than I expected. While I liked Hitchhiker's well enough it ne... So despite a somewhat chaotic morning I was able to make it to an afternoon showing of Dr. Strange. Short take: I enjoyed it. I have yet to read almost any Marvel comics, but I did read a primer on Dr. Strange earlier this week. I'm glad I did as it gav... Two fandoms whose endings proved very unsatisfying to me in recent years were Captive Prince and Crimson Peak. (In fact Crimson Peak had any number of problems from start to finish that I've written about before). An Arranged Marriage by Josselin, a Cap... "A widespread assumption is that the more content is liked or shared, the more engaging it must be, the more willing people are to devote their attention to it. However, the data doesn’t back that up. We looked at 10,000 socially-shared articles and found... I heard a story about Subaru marketing and the following caught my attention: One ad campaign showed Subaru cars that had license plates that said “Xena LVR” (a reference to Xena: Warrior Princess, a TV show whose female protagonists seemed to be lovers) ... I really enjoyed this video looking back at President Obama's term of office, and his call to action to preserve the steps forward that were taken during the last eight years.