Little Miss Sunshine

Yesterday I went to see Little Miss Sunshine with Husband. I loved it. It’s a funny laugh-aloud-real-hard movie and it’s a deep and serious movie. I know, I do tend to see deep hidden meanings in movies that are flat like two-dimensional branes—take for example, most B sci-fi movies made in the 50s and 60s—so…

Links – August 26, 2006

In Six Steps to Everyday Activism, Britt Bravo—who want us to Have Fun – Do Good—summarizes six best practices for maintaining hope and enthusiasm when trying to save the world. It’s been almost one year since the hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans. Last September, Zadi Diaz made news with her Katrina video Wake me up…

Local Showcase: Welcome to Phillyville

Yesterday, Karl Martino wrote a great post discussing why “the web is flat” assumption is wrong (I’m especially grateful to Karl for the link to Clay Shirky’s 2003 article Powerlaws, Weblogs, and Inequality). Today Karl makes a concrete proposal: let’s blogstorm local blogs that are featured every two weeks on Philly Future. Karl says that…