eugenia
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eugenia
Mar 12
1

if the goal is to protect authors rights on their works - blockchain is the least efficient way to do it. In any sense of the word.
If the goal is to invent a new way to make money from nothing - yeah, why not. Heat some planet while doing it too !!

Feb 4
4

I sometimes wonder if people just don’t believe in the future anymore. Think of a show like ST:TNG.  Collectively we lack the mindset to make or enjoy a show like that anymore, where the future is basically pretty good.

Feb 3
1

Wxatly my thoughts, personally i hate period set shows and movies, and even though this is classed as sci-fi and the likes of GOT was fantasy they are set in times that look Medeival so no thanks.,

Feb 3
5

I’ll probably check it out, but I mostly agree with you . We’ve had so many of these. Unless you’re providing something that makes it different, like Into the Badlands, or with a cool twist, like Horizon Zero Dawn, I’m pretty bored of this type of thing.

Feb 3
9

Could be worse. Could be a brand-new series of Star Trek: Discovery (or How We Can Shoehorn Some More Modern Pop-Psychology Lingo Into Distant-Future Dialogue This Week!)

Dec 28
71

For me, I was also discouraged by the way it seemed like they were setting up 22 as having a passion for teaching and being a teacher, but then just sorta dropped the ball at the end in a ham-fisted rush to end the movie Read more

Dec 28
56

“What was 22's spark anyway? For me, I was also discouraged by the way it seemed like they were setting up 22 as having a passion for teaching and being a teacher...” Read more

Dec 22
9

I have a 52 minute long video on my channel related to star wars.. it contained 2.2 (two point two.. as in less than 3) seconds of John Williams score from star wars. That alone got the video flagged and all ad revenue went to sony music... for 2.2 seconds of music in a nearly 1 hr long video. Youtube is complete Read more

Dec 3
20

I don’t think it will take a big chunk out of theater attendance there are always going to be people who prefer the big screen over the one in their home. I happen to prefer in home viewing over the big screen. Where I live in Chicago the cost of going to the movies has gotten crazy expensive with the cost of tickets, Read more

Dec 3
8

It’s actually not a sound bar but a single speaker from my old DOS compatible Macintosh computer. By it’s very nature it doesn’t cheer, boo, fart, sneeze, cough, scratch its balls under the belt of its sweat pants and put its hand on mine, on my armrest, it also doesn’t cry or go to the bathroom, and ask me to get out Read more

Dec 3
75

As someone who lives 8 hours from a theater, yep. I haven’t been to one since Heath Ledger’s joker graced the screen. Bring on the at home movies, my consumer grade 70" 4k display for $500 and my $200 soundbar blow any theater experience out of the water.
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Dec 3
22

This will undoubtedly impact the movie industry, but without Max being on Roku it's still a non starter for a lot of people. Also, do you really want to watch movies like WW 1984 and Dune at home on your consumer grade tv and speakers for the first time?

Nov 23
5

That would be a good thing. I’m not trying to knock blockbusters, but budgets have gotten out of control, and the average summer tentpole movie has become a generic, bloated mess that suffers from trying to appeal to everyone.

Nov 12
392

This might be the dumbest fucking thing I’ve ever heard. Maybe you can tax the companies who employ those who work from home, since they are saving money by not having to provide as much office space, office supplies, technology (network bandwidth), etc.

Nov 6
33

I....did not enjoy this episode, for a few different reasons...

1. The rope trick. Really? A rope? A helmet full of advanced tech and you couldn’t see the three marauders directly in front of you setting a trap? I know it’s a nitpick, but I hate it when media does this kind of thing. Here’s your badass main character Read more