Kottke.org, one of my favorite blogs, has a recurring feature called “Media Diet” where Jason Kottke lists out all of the media he’s consumed in a given time, and shares the worthwhile ones. I love that idea and want to copy it.
Wow, what a shit show 2017 was, huh? Daily doses of idiocy from Trump and administration, countless mass shootings, hurricanes, Net Neutrality being destroyed, and so much more. But, there were a lot of great things too. We kicked off 2017 by meeting our newest nephew TJ in March, and our second niece Gia in
Man, 2016 was a rough year. We’ve lost so many important people. Losing Bowie alone was crushing. But the rest of the musicians, actors, athletes and dignitaries that died compounded that feeling. And then add the train wreck that is President Elect Trump and man, 2016 was just the worst.
Another year come and gone. Some big changes for the Rastiellos in 2015, namely I said goodbye to my friends at LyntonWeb and joined Rackspace.
Earlier this week the Golden Globes were on. Ali and I love watching the Emmys, Golden Globes, and Oscars since we are big TV and movie nuts. As we were watching Ali and I were of course live-tweeting because we are big dorks. One of my Twitter friends made an interesting comment, and I responded
2014 is slowly coming to a close. It’s been a good year. Ali and I did some traveling, hung out with friends, spoiled our niece and nephews some more, saw family, and a few weddings. Our biggest news of course is that Ali and I built and moved into our dream home in New Braunfels,
When Zach Braff first announced his Kickstarter campaign to fund his new film, Wish I Was Here, I think I donated within the first hour or two. I’m a big fan of Scrubs, and Garden State is one of my favorite movies. It was a no brainer to be a part of this campaign and
Sorry, I’m back on this topic again. No, I’m not sorry. Last week, Ali and I saw a screening of Superman: The Movie at Alamo Drafthouse. I was excited to see the movie in a theater because I’ve never seen it on the big screen. I also love Alamo Drafthouse because instead of showing you
There has been a TON of comics book movie news coming out lately. Comic book movies are big money, and that money has been getting bigger and bigger since X-Men and Spider-Man hit the big screen over 11 years ago. Marvel Comics is currently in production of their Guardians of the Galaxy movie (a comic that
It’s been about a week since I saw MAN OF STEEL. If you haven’t read my previous post on MAN OF STEEL, you should do so now. SPOILERS! Don’t read any further if you haven’t seen MAN OF STEEL yet. I still don’t like it, and I probably like it even less now. Maybe even hate