Monthly Archives: May 2010


In light of Empire magazine’s compilation of their 50 greatest TV shows of all time article [1] it had me lament the loss of good, even great TV and its replacement (reality TV).  I’ve previously remarked on this previously, however I’d like to address Empire’s list with my own views.  […]

Where have all the great TV shows gone?



Just recently I came across this enlightening piece from gizmodo [1], an op-ed from a British comedian who freely admits to consuming rich media services across a wide variety of sources (both legal and infringing).  This is exactly the type of poor end consumer experience I’ve been bemoaning for years.  […]

He makes a good case