July 20, 2003

Good Cookin'

You really need to watch NBC's new series The Resaurant. Honest. It's not just well done, it's downright addicting. I'm hooked after one episode. Problem is it's up against Project Greenlight on which I am also hooked. Luckily I can just record the pacific feed of HBO to resolve the conflict. Whew!

Posted by pinkerton at 11:35 PM

July 16, 2003

Validate this

I totally support Ben's redesign of mozilla.org. It's about fucking time we advertise our software to users. Wow, what a concept.

Posted by pinkerton at 12:35 AM

July 15, 2003

Black Tuesday

I thought a lot about what I was going to say tonight, but really anything I say would just be like talking to a brick wall. I remain employed and for that I'm thankful. I neither support nor approve of the decisions made by my management, but I am powerless to affect change. I am a sell-out. A whore.

As evidenced by the new mozilla.org homepage, Camino remains a prominant jewel in Mozilla's crown. Even on this dark day, I'm reviewing patches for bookmarks and cursors. Mozilla is dead, long live Mozilla.

Tonight I pour one for myself, and one for my homies.

Posted by pinkerton at 7:23 PM

July 14, 2003

True Casting

I watched True Romance last night and was blown away by the star factor. I remembered it as just this little movie with Christian Slater.

Boy was I wrong.

It's a star-studded jewel which includes: Christian Slater, Patricia Arquette, Dennis Hopper, Val Kilmer (as Elvis!!), Gary Oldman, Brad Pitt, Christopher Walken, Bronson Pinchot, Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Rappaport, Saul Rubinek, James Gandolfini, and Chris Penn. Not to mention it was written by Quentin Tarrantino.

Go rent it.

Posted by pinkerton at 1:33 PM

July 10, 2003

Choo Choo!!

This is shaping up to be a Summer of absolute train wrecks on network television. That's right, you guessed it, I'm hooked.

Paradise Hotel is the absolute king and queen, prince, jester, and knights of the round table. It is train-wreck central and I'm loving every sleazy minute.

Big Brother 4, one of my annual favorites, kicked off its newest Summer season with a twist: 5 of the housemates are ex-boy/girlfriends of the other housemates. They only found out when they walked in the door. Sheer Madness!

Then who can forget the granddaddy of them all, The Real World. Set in gay Paris, it's sure fun to watch the boys bumble around cluelessly trying to sleep with everything with two legs. It's not quite a hookup-fest like Trishelle last season, which means that there should probably be some really good fights later on when the bitterness and resentment sinks in.

On a totally unrelated note, I found myself watching Noggin and much to my enjoyment, I found Donald Adeosun Faison on Clueless. For those who aren't in the know, he's Turk on Scrubs. He's was funny as heck, even back then.

As much as I love Fox for giving me Paradise Hotel, they're smack in the middle of my doghouse for cancelling Fastlane. I mean, what the FUCK!? Hello!??! Has Fox been taking programming tips from ABC? Fo' shizzle!

Posted by pinkerton at 12:31 AM

July 7, 2003

Oh Happy Day

I can only imagine what Mr Happy did when he woke up one sunny June morning at read the following from CNet:


Safari lacks Camino's ease of use and the advanced customization or security features of Internet Explorer for Mac or Opera. Try Safari if you're really sick of Internet Explorer--it's free, after all--but if secure browsing is your concern, you should hold off or consider Camino.

Camino also has a 95% user rating on Cnet.com. We're on the right track, folks, keep up the good work!

Posted by pinkerton at 3:01 PM