What do you do when your family has Covid and you're are stuck in the basement so you don't get it? Watch more movies obviously.
In the “post”-Covid world, a lot of companies are forcing employees back to the office with the justification that remote work is missing the “important” hallway and watercooler meetings.
What do you do when you have Covid and are stuck in the basement for three weeks? Take Paxlovid and watch movies obviously.
While I was looking for a nice reading copy of Raiders of the Lost Ark I discovered an old series of screenplays called the Premiere Movie Script Library. The defunct Premiere magazine published this series of screenplays of popular and classic movies. I was disappointed to find no information about the series on the web, so I thought I’d put together what I found. There were nineteen scripts published between 1994 and 1995.
YouTube commenters have asked, so here are the combined credits for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Like with TNG the credits are synced around the logo. Deep Space Nine famously changed its theme song between seasons three and four. I’ve represented this by putting the early season theme in the left channel and the later seasons' theme in the right. They don’t sound too bad mixed together but this gives the option of only listening to one or the other.
A while back I was watching a lot of episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation. As the cast changes over the show’s seven seasons, the opening credits also change and I wondered if I could sync the credits together to visualize how the changes worked. Finding a point to sync the videos was difficult. After trying a few different places I ended up using the moment the Enterprise first appears.
After seven years of Wordpress, it’s time for a change. Welcome to my new Hugo-based blog. It’s static. It’s cool. I probably will continue to not update it.