The latest updates on the blog’s status, including some changes in plugin usage, plus the return (yet again) of a “hire me” page for my writing services.
Flickr’s announced plans to limit free accounts to 1000 photos, plus changes to Flickr Pro. I give my thoughts on this, plus look at Flickr alternatives.
I take a look at the current state of different digital movie stores, including Amazon Video, iTunes, Vudu, and Google Play.
A look at what non-DC/Marvel comics are out in January 2019, including Boom! Studios’ new series “The Avant-Guards,” plus Archie’s swing to older readers.
I take a look at what Marvel and DC Comics are releasing in January 2019, including Scooby-Doo meeting Black Lightning, plus the relaunch of Champions.
Facebook has been hit with yet another criticism in its “pivot to video” push: overinflating the prominence of video in the first place.
I take my annual look at recommended video streaming services, for both general viewers and for those looking for sports, kids TV, and animation.
I take a look at the influences and trends in 2000s TV animation, from “slice-of-life” shows to the influence of anime on Western cartoons.
WarnerMedia, formerly known as Time Warner, has announced plans to launch its own streaming service, using its vast library of properties.
Google’s finally pulling the plug on its often-mocked social network Google+. I look back at my own experiences with it, and where Google went wrong.