What I’ve Been Reading: June 18, 2017


We haven’t had one of these in a while. (Sorry, I forgot last weekend.) So let’s get back to What I’ve Been Reading! More

The Ten Biggest Pop Culture Disappointments of 2016

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I’ve somehow managed to do this every year since 2011, so why break the streak? Here are the ten bits of pop culture that disappointed me most in 2016. More

What I’ve Been Reading: July 5, 2015

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Get your boots on, it’s time to wade through the mire that is the Internet. Plug your nose. More

Some Disjointed Thoughts on E3 2015

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The annual Electronic Entertainment Expo took place last week, and as usual, I’m late to the party for commenting on it. Still, I’d like to jot down a few disjointed thoughts about this year’s conference. More

Radio Silence

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You might have noticed that the blog has gone completely silent for the past couple of weeks. I was travelling, and I overestimated how regularly I’d have Internet access to update the blog. In any case, What I’ve Been Reading will return this Sunday with a pile-up of links that I’ve been sitting on. Plus, since E3 is around the corner, I’m sure I’ll have some thoughts on it in the coming weeks. Finally, the summer rewatch should be starting up within the next week or so. I’m debating between Pushing Daisies and Alcatraz, but I think I’m leaning towards the former, since I’ve been promising to do it for ages. Stay tuned!

What I’ve Been Reading: June 8, 2014

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No intro this week. Just articles. More

The Ten Biggest Pop Culture Disappointments of 2013


It’s somewhat of a tradition at this blog to look back at the year that was and remember the year’s biggest pop cultural disappointments. Some were crappy albums, TV shows, or video games that we were forced to endure. Others were problematic cultural phenomena. And some were disappointing not because they were terrible, but because they had the potential to be great and fell far short. So let’s take a look at what disappointed me in 2013. More

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