(This column is posted at www.StevenSavage.com and Steve’s Tumblr. Find out more at my newsletter.) Someone I knew had an awful day at work, and as part of the conversation they brought on Sanrio’s new series Aggretsuko. If you haven’t heard … Continue reading →
[This article was originally published at Comics Bulletin.] So having seen Thor 2: Return of Loki and some other guy with blond hair, it’s obvious (and as in being discussed all over the internet) that Marvel is going large. Huge. … Continue reading →
Entertainment weekly on how to save ‘Agents of Shield’. It’s not good when someone is giving you pointers on saving your show. I don’t feel it’s come together myself, so want to see what happens – since maybe the Marvel … Continue reading →
In the US, 15% of youth 16 through 24 aren’t employed or in school. Needless to say that’s got some unpleasant economic and cultural repercussions down the road, and may be something we’re revisiting (and fixing) in the next decade. … Continue reading →
We need a name for this thing. Where are we? Agendas of SHIELD got picked up for a full season despite mediocre results (and yours truly is NOT impressed). That’s a bet on Whedon, let’s see where it goes. John … Continue reading →
Sounds like they have plans and are building on their success – and others. I’m not really into “Arrested Development” (funny, but just didn’t get into it) or “House of Cards” (also a lot of talent, but not my thing) … Continue reading →
This holiday, Santa delivered us a big stocking full of internet stability issues. Christmas was the time to sit down with family, turn on the television, and wonder why the hell Netflix wasn’t working. You can see a timeline at … Continue reading →
Remember Christmases when the outages of Netflix or Steam wouldn’t have been factors? It was only a few years ago when it wouldn’t have been as noticed or even regarded.
Of course now we can add large-scale technical glitches to other holiday annoyances like non-working Christmas lights, traffic, closed businesses, and crowded airports. I wonder how used we’ll get to them.
I imagine not very. We expect instant service from our technology, even if we usually accept much less. However I imagine Netflix and Valve know this and will work to correct things for next year.
Well the whole “Twimance” causing a stir on the internet isn’t the only confusing relationship. Closer to less good-looking is the fact that HBO won’t be partnering with Netflix. Considering they have some major properties, this isn’t good for Netflix, … Continue reading →
We know yahoo has a new CEO, who I’m guessing wouldn’t take the job if she didn’t have a plan. Netflix has a new CMO. THQ has a new VP of Production. I’m smelling a lot of executive shuffling right … Continue reading →