Doug Liman’s 1999 film Go tells several intersecting stories from different perspectives, jumps back and forth in time and features a scene that takes place in a rave club. Alejandro González Iñárritu’s 2006 film Babel tells several intersecting stories from different perspectives, jumps back and forth in time and features a scene that takes place in a rave club. Coincidence?
Testing out blog posting from a fresh install of my favorite authoring tool. Will it work? Postscript: It worked!
What is Battlestar Harmonica?!?
You can get Carole King’s beautiful soundtrack to 1975’s Really Rosie at Amazon but where can I find the video? Over thirty years later I can still remember watching this projected on a rainy-day lunchroom wall in my Evanston, Illinois grade school. Now I work with a Rosie and have kids the same age I was when I saw the film. So I think about these things. Chicken chicken soup with rice.
Reading Neil Baldwin’s biography of Thomas Edison and enjoyed this retort to a young chemist in Edison’s employ who had tried ‘every reasonable’ approach to solving his problem: “‘That’s just where your trouble has been,’ the Old Man interrupted. ‘You have tried only reasonable things. Reasonable things never work. Thank God you can’t think up any more reasonable things, so you’ll have to begin thinking up unreasonable things to try, and now you’ll hit the solution in no time.'”