This post is a little late but I once again covered the Vancouver International Film Fest this year!
The 2020 Edition was hosted 99% online, and I was able to see more than 20 films. I also conducted several interviews. Additionally, I joined Thomas from For Reel Movie News & Review and Leanne McClaren from QM/FM had a lovely video roundtable to talk about our festival favourites.
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Apple has done some great marketing in the past but this new ad might be my favourite ad for anything since… well since the last time Spike Jonze directed an ad.
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Walt Mossberg writing his final column:
This is my last weekly column for The Verge and Recode — the last weekly column I plan to write anywhere. I’ve been doing these almost every week since 1991, starting at the Wall Street Journal, and during that time, I’ve been fortunate enough to get to know the makers of the tech revolution, and to ruminate — and sometimes to fulminate — about their creations.
Now, as I prepare to retire at the end of that very long and world-changing stretch, it seems appropriate to ponder the sweep of consumer technology in that period, and what we can expect next.
Walt Mossberg is a titan in the field of tech journalism. Chances are you if you read about tech, you’ve read his work. This reflection on his career, and look forward, is a lovely last column to cap off his career.
This is awesome. Also, I can’t believe that it has been 25 years since Homer at the Bat aired.
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