Beluga is a neat idea. It is “designed for nerds,” as they say, but the entry hurdle is not so difficult that most folks couldn’t figure it out. (Ignore all of my posts about the onboarding process because I was overthinking everything.) But…
I recently had a conversation with a colleague about the winter weather concerns we face as school administrators. Until a few years ago, we could expect two or three cancellations due to ice or snow. However, in recent times, we seem to be more affected by severe spring-like weather during winter than by snow or ice. (Here’s the TL;DR)
In Bruges might not find its way onto many Christmas movie lists, but the festive season serves as the backdrop to this darkly comedic tale. While Christmas is never explicitly addressed in the storyline, the film earns a spot on our holiday watchlist.
All Quiet on the Western Front is a sobering and sad look at the end of World War I from the perspective of hopelessly idealistic German soldiers.
Mark Wahlberg returns to a role he’s quite comfortable with in this not-quite-awful-but-definitely-not-good Apple TV+ movie.
Everybody talks about what a jump it was from Intel Macs to the M series Macs. My hot take is this. Now that I’ve used an M2 MacBook Air with 8 GB of RAM at work (I had no say it what machines they purchased) for four months, when I have the option, I always reach for my personal Intel MacBook Pro with 16 GB of RAM.
I watched Fight Club for the first time tonight. I know my opinion will be in the tiny, tiny sliver of a minority, but it’s one of the top five worst movies I’ve ever seen.
My wife points to my son (in the middle) and one of his best friends. Both are her former vocal students and have just finished their first college musical, Little Shop of Horrors, in which they both held lead roles, Mushnik and Orin.