Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world.
Article by Bruce Goodman at Weave a Web:
I suggested to Bruce the opening sentence of this story. It still makes me chuckle when I reread it.
He lived on hills resembling ‘The Shire’ and his feet were covered with curly hair. His name was Bartholomew Baggins and his solo mother always said that his father was a hobbit. He thought it was a big fib, but now that he’d reached puberty he began to suspect, with his hairy feet, that what his mother claimed was true...… (read more).
Movie review by Reely Bernie:
Two grown men are stranded on a remote island with flatulence abound. This is not going to be a popular mainstream movie.
Add black and white photography, an alien dialect of 1890s New England, and the claustrophobia of a shoddy lighthouse, most Marvel Comic Universe fanatics will tear their hair out..…Read more
Poem at Mike’s Manic Word Depot:
was a stick of dynamite
was just an errant spark
in the long cold night
of another wasted weekend.… (Read more).
Short story by Intellectual Shaman:
I was grading murder essays in my cramped office and all of my students would be caught because their creative crimes were constructed from their TV imaginations. Technology had too much emphasis in their stories; they didn’t realize the power of their own minds.…. (Read full story)
You tube interview at Powerful JRE:
I am a very big skeptic of UFO sightings and such, but this is hands down the most credible testimony, evidence and witness I have ever seen of a UFO sighting.
Commander David Fravor is a retired US Navy pilot, who has a close encounter in 2004 with the so-called Tic Tac UFO, and Jeremy Corbell is a contemporary artist and documentary filmmaker. (Watch full interview)
Thanks again for the limelight, Matthew!
Likewise for your mentioning me in your original post. I hope you are enjoying your time off – renaissance man!
Very interesting variety! From the shire to the beyond!
I’m glad you thought so! We are blessed to have such fantastic information at our fingertips. Thank you.
I saw the Lighthouse and loved it. I like the old look about it and the acting…I’m a fan of black and white on some things.
You lucky bugger you got to see it already! I’ve only heard great things about it, even it being compared to Bergman’s classic ‘Persona’. I’ve been searching the cinemas here and it doesn’t appear to be showing which is a real shame.
Yea it was a limited release but they did open it up to more but it might be a while before it makes it’s rounds.
I didn’t know much about it and Bailey was insistent… “Dad we can’t miss this one”
Bailey knows his stuff.
I’m sure it will be released here, but sometimes arthouse flicks take a while to premier in many countries. Oh well.