February is usually a pretty slow time of the year for all forms of media and this year is no different. I'm not including the few TV shows will air the second half of their seasons that started last fall (its a whole other argument on why they even split their seasons in half to begin with). I'm here to give you the scoop on whether you should See or Flee from these five new releases.
Image Credit: Alex Zarnoski
The cloud has a plug that's waiting to be pulled. Whether you like it or not, you'll all one day be subjected to the cloud and one day it’ll eat your lunch money. Your digital data are ghosts that manifest over here and disappear into nothingness over there. Digital media including music, movies, TV shows, eBooks, audio books, and video games will someday become digital ghosts and there’s not a thing that can be done to stop it.
On this episode: Kyle is joined by Alex Zarnoski from Ajazz Tech to list their annual Top 10 Movies of 2012.
Runtime: 1 Hour
(00:03:15) Alex's Top 10
(00:19:47) Kyle's Honorable Mentions
(00:29:12) Kyle's Top 10
(00:50:10) Biggest Dissapointments
Producer / Editor / Host: Kyle Cicilioni
After many agonizing weeks of battle on the gridiron, it’s finally here: the Super Bowl! Whoops, I apologize, there’s apparently some kind of flag football game of sorts being played this Sunday that the NFL refers to as its version of the All Star Game: the Pro Bowl.
On our podcast I mentioned I'll be doing a '10 Best Albums of 2012'. Considering I didn't get to listen to all the albums I wanted to from 2012, I figured I'll just do 5 fun ones. These are 5 albums that were top rated of the year, or not. That being said, whether they were top rated, or not, it doesn't mean they were bad, or not fun. None of these are listed in any order as most or least favorite. Here are 5 fun albums. I like fun.
This was a weird year for fantasy football. The beginning of the year was like bizarro world: The Cardinals started 4-0, Eagles were 3-1, Pats were 1-2, and Aaron Rodgers wasn’t looking as amazing as last year. That all quickly changed and the remainder of the year became a typical fantasy football year, with the exception of my list below.
Ad agencies are after your brains at all costs. Some opt for slick, non-invasive Inception tactics. And then there's those that, like botched biology experiments, are so bad they threaten human culture itself. Here are four rotten commercial campaigns that not only want to eat your scrambled brains but can turn you into a raging, flesh-craving walker yourself. Tips for surviving your encounters with these ads and an antidote for the bitten.
I'm going to make some personal conclusions after seeing The Hobbit in 48 fps: One cannot simply make a 48 fps film with the skill set for 24 fps. 48 fps techniques must be taught, learned, and practiced. Camera moves must be handled differently, CG techniques must improve, composition must be re-thought. 48 fps filmmaking will undoubtedly fuel innovation.
We would like to welcome all of you to Ajazz Networks newest podcast/blog, "R.A.N.T."
We have a team of writers that are going to write about a wide variety of topics. Rambling About Notable Topics is fueled by intense enthusiasm. We ramble about topics based on pure opinion, which is better than your opinion, I might add. There is no topic, idea, thought, philosophy, or belief that our team will not tackle.
Be sure to listen to the podcast version of R.A.N.T. too!
R.A.N.T. is a blog fueled by intense enthusiasm for notable subjects in the world. Our writers ramble about these topics based on pure opinion, which is better than your opinion, I might add. There is no topic, idea, thought, philosophy, or belief that our team will not tackle.
Rambling About Notable Topics is also in podcast form! Check the blog regularly for audio episodes hosted by Kyle Cicilioni where he and his guests will engage in debates, arguments, and and silly quarrels about a different topic each episode.