Firefox has an address bar function that enables a dropdown menu that lists the websites you commonly visit. But what if the menu starts listing sites you don’t want? Recently I found Google and Twitter appearing on my menu, and more than once. This is understandable since I do frequent Google and Twitter a lot–but […]
What does Ricardo Montalban think about actors performing story exposition? Find out here: Posted online July 28, 2015. Full interview available here.
At his own panel at SacAnime 2019, January 4, Dragon Ball voice actor Seán Schemmel told the fans about his favorite movies. One was Star Wars. “I’m an original Star Wars fan. Like, here’s the cool thing. I’m much older than everybody in here. So, the cool thing is, is just like you guys have […]
What if you wanted to change the font color of your file, to differentiate it from your other files? It can be done. Here’s how: Change the font color to blue by selecting “Properties” for the filename and on the advanced tab select “compress file to save disk space” – this changes the filename to […]
Are you a writer? Would you like some inspiration from a best-selling author, one who needed motivation to write and then suffered through many rejections? Meet James Herriot, veterinarian-author of All Creatures Great and Small and its sequels. Shortly after two films were made of his works, and prior to the TV series, the BBC […]
Del Rey editor Mike Braff has a message for all you submitters of fantasy lore: “I’ve identified several negative tropes that we see far too much in fantasy submissions.” They are: The Prophetic Orphan The Expository Sewer A’pos’tropheus the De’stroy’er He talks about them here. Note the reaction of one respondent: “If I come across […]
Comedian John Branyan tells the story of “The Three Little Pigs” in the classic style of Shakespeare. Enjoy: In time past, though not long ago, there lived pigs, in stature, little, in number three, who–being of an age both entitled and inspired to seek their fortune–did set about to do, thusly. When they had traveled […]