Max Headroom tried to warn us about Google. But did we listen?
Board Games are anything but boring when Facebook, Parker Brothers and Microsoft are throwing the dice.
by Dave Zornow Published in Cynopsis:Weekender newsletter, 12/20/07 We downsized earlier last year moving from our home of 13 years to a smaller space. Packing necessitated a through re-examination of our family’s possessions. We found a lot of stuff we didn’t need, but we also found a few gems we didn’t know we had. Like a July 1967 edition of… Read more →
eBay’s Neighborhood’s can bring out the Spiderman in all of us.
A Digital Life is a Gamer’s Paradise.
Dick Tracy’s radio wristwatch is a retro-fantasy.
A confession from an unreformed media junkie on content, Wii and Valley Girls.
by Dave Zornow Published in Cynopsis:Weekender newsletter, 7/26/07 When the Beatles released the song “Here, There and Everywhere” in 1966, the media landscape was much simpler than it is today. In that pre-remote, non-digital, all-live era, all you needed to get by were three networks and a television set with rabbit ears. In 1966, mobile media included transistor radios, 45s… Read more →