At EntertainmentTell, I reviewed “The Great Gatsby.”
For GadgetTell, I write about a new study on airline passengers leaving their phones are.
And at Philly Post, I wrote about Al Gore being “Romney-rich.”
This week’s published writings include three movie reviews- of “Room 237,” “Place Beyond the Pines” and “Starbuck,” as well as a Philly Post column on the injuries to basketball players Kevin Ware and Andrew Bynum.
There’s a lot more to come next week, including lots of Jackie Robinson stuff.
In a new column for Tell Magazine and Gadgetell, I look at how the government is finally moving towards approving the use of electronic devices on flights. About damned time, am I right?
Three new columns/essays this week:
- At Philly Post, I wrote about the Eagles, their decision to raise ticket prices and why unpopular as it is, people will pay the new prices. Come of the column and stay for the new picture.
- And at EntertainmentTell, I look at the arrival of Dish’s Hopper with Sling, and at a plot line shared by Girls and The Mindy Project.
I write about the John Kerry confirmation and the decline of boomer influence at the Philly Post, and I write about the tenth anniversary of “The Super Bowl is Gay” at EntertainmentTell. Stay tuned on the latter site tomorrow for two new movie reviews.