Month: December 2010

  • What's the most exciting project you worked on?

    Seth Godin writes: If someone asks you that, are you excited to tell them the answer? in his post What are you working on? saying that you should be excited, even if it’s just your weekend project. I’m not that demanding, but I open all my interviews asking the candidate: “What’s the most exciting project […]

  • Tron: Legacy: how it should have ended

    Did you watch Tron: Legacy? If not, stop reading now, this post has spoilers, go watch it, and then come back. I’ll wait. No, really, I’ll wait, I’m not going anywhere. Still here? Ok. Visually, Tron: Legacy is amazing. I’m not going to do an in-depth review, I’m just going to say how I think […]

  • Science fiction fans: would you put your money where your mouth is?

    The SciFi channels changes its name to Syfy to be able to attract people that don’t like science fiction, pissing off scifi fans. Then they cancel good shows and keep crappy ones. Recently they’ve cancelled Stargate Universe and people is all pissed about it. Meanwhile Star Trek, once a magnificent series, is rebooted into a […]

  • Idea to help Hugh Laurie (House) with his leg

    I’ve heard or read that Hugh Laurie is having some problems in his leg by having to fake a gimp all the time by acting as House. I think I’ve got a solution, it’s not cheap but it’s cheaper than having the actor not being able to perform anymore: Build a set that is a […]

  • Never assume

    I was studying impro with a great teacher, the lessons ended late at night and at that time I was still driving and had a car, so I would take everyone who wanted to go in the same direction as me after the lesson. It was lot of fun. One day, one of the women that rode […]

  • The quality of documentaries

    I got cable TV for the first time in the 90s. It was truly revolutionizing. We’ve never had so much access to so many different channels before, and I think we were getting something like 30 or 40 channels. I clearly remember two things about it: Channels that would play the same movie over and over the […]