Monthly Archives: January 2001

DJ as dissertation jockey: … M.C. Cornel West, please drop science for the crowd.

Clips in the cinematic chamber: … Renting “Chungking Express” brought this on. Thank me later.

Bloggies: You have less than 24 hours. What are you waiting for?

A novel idea: … I do believe.

From Aaliyah to Zee: The Hollywood Reporter updates its casting list for sequels to “The Matrix.” Aaliyah, the singer who made her feature acting debut in Warner Bros.’ “Romeo Must Die,” has been added to the cast of the subsequent installments of “The Matrix” franchise for Warners/Village Roadshow Pictures and producer Joel Silver. The first […]

Won’t you go left, Bill Buckley?: Over at Lingua Franca, Corey Robin poses an interesting question in summing up a survey of conservatives migrating to the other end of the political spectrum. At the end of our interview, I ask Buckley to imagine a younger version of himself, an aspiring political enfant terrible graduating from […]

Station to station: … S.F. Chron reporters went, rating BART stops on their way.

After meritocracy: … comes the slight return of the valuecrats, now known (re-known? renowned?) as organization men. (via Ghost in the Machine)

Sam Prekop: … and the niceness that is The Sea And Cake.

Macintosh Color Classic G4?: That’s twisted.