By Adam on November 18, 2009
Check out the trailer for Collapse, a documentary that pinpoints how we’re on a precarious precipice and it’s up to us whether we fall or stand. There’s a few things I love about this video:
- Amazing disintegrating fonts.
- It’s a a “horror documentary”.
- Michael Ruppert – he’s like a film noir superhero journalist.
- “It’s not that Bernie Madoff was a pyramid scheme, the whole economy is a pyramid scheme” [a great quote]
By Adam on November 13, 2009
Here’s a cool National Geographic video I found via reddit.
Quite amazing the interaction the seal had with the cameraman.
By Adam on November 5, 2009
If you don’t already know, I am a huge fan of the superb science-fiction show Battlestar Galactica. I am also a huge fan of the social voting site reddit. While browsing through the latest stories this morning, I came across this comment about Battlestar Galactica in reverse. Simply put, it adds a whole new level […]
By Adam on October 31, 2009
War is Peace. Freedom is Slavery. Ignorance is Strength. -from 1984 by George Orwell While browsing reddit.com this morning, I came across a link to an op-ed piece in the Washington Times by none other than internet expert John McCain. In the article, John makes a legitimate argument that the internet must remain free and […]
By Adam on October 28, 2009
In the you can’t make this stuff up category, check out what happened right as I clicked to read about how AT&T stated its network is fine in the mobile Google Reader site on my iPhone. Yeah, umm, AT&T your network is not fine.
By Adam on October 26, 2009
Robert Scoble published a post yesterday that raised 85,000 reasons why the iPhone will continue to dominate smart mobile sales. But, there’s one giant reason that Scoble skipped. The network. Yes, the topic was been raised and covered multiple times before, but the fact remains that AT&T’s voice and data networks are struggling to keep […]
By Adam on October 19, 2009
If you’re not a subscriber to Josh Gans’ Sports Fan 4 site, you’re missing out. Head over there and subscribe today. Today’s a perfect time for Dot Boston readers to head over as I just posted an article about the top six moments from my sports career. In brief they are: My First Time Getting […]
By Adam on October 4, 2009
Today is ADORE-Chester! day, a celebration of Dorchester, my home neighborhood where I was born, raised, and live in today. There’s many great things about Dorchester, but for today’s article we’ll talk about five of them. For more great points of Dorchester, check out the other blogs participating in ADORE-Chester! Day. Dorchester’s History Dorchester is […]
By Adam on September 28, 2009
If you look closely, you’ll spot that I’ve retitled this blog. It’s the third title in the history of this site and in my opinion the best one yet. What once was Adam Pieniazek, and then was Prose of a Pol, is now: Dot Boston Prose of a Pol was always a bit clunky. Sure […]
By Adam on September 21, 2009
Do you ever have issues with Safari going crazy? As mentioned in my 45 Free Mac Apps list, I love Safari and spend most of my browsing time in its friendly confines. But every now and then, the safari turns ugly as fans blare, beachballs spin and cpu and memory use skyrockets. And the problem […]