I don't usually go to theatre for it's a costly way of killing time comparing with internet downloading. My love of films is in the crime and thriller genre. Favorites movie lists are Matrix, The Seven, The usual suspects, Fight Club, Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Snatch, Prison Break, and japan animations like Ghost in the shell.
People, including myself, like stories. They love storytellers. In internet era, it isn't easy to find original stories. It's highly possible to confront copies. If you want to grab real source of the article, you would do googling. And then narrow down your search results. This isn't that easy as to say.
In my free time, I surf the web in order to catch up on the recent edge-tech, interesting business stories. It's not about the money but about the stories that everybody would enjoy such as StarWars or HarryPotter. There are many other web-surfers like me who want to grab real original stuffs. To help those people, some guys devleoped filters using web2.0 technologies. This could be one reason why blogging is spread so widely in these days. The Long tail theory is all about these filters. Bright ideas are come from a few people, and you can visit his / her blog.
You can go to my favorite blogs right side bar on this blog. There are venture capitalist blog and the other blogs related with web2.0. I recommand you to visit Life Hacker and TED.com. At Life Hacker, you will find s/w, web sites reviews that make your life more productive. The TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) conference is an annual event where leading thinkers and doers gather for inspiration. The TEDBlog covers the same ground, on a rather more frequent basis. Here is one of those. Malcolm Gladwell, the author of "The tipping point", on TEDTalks.
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