Tag Archives: music

Steve Grand and His “All-American Boy”

UPDATE: You can now find Life on Other Moons in e-book form at Smashwords, Amazon, B&N, and other major retailers!   Here’s an edited version of a letter I sent to Steve Grand a few days after his song “All-American Boy” exploded on YouTube. In case you’ve been living under a rock, don’t listen to […]

Somebody That I Used to Know

I had never heard the song “Somebody That I Used to Know” before this week’s episode of Glee; now I have the original as well as the Glee version on my iPod, with equal love. Somebody That I Used To Know I really like the story of this moment in the show, too. Blaine and […]

New WWDC Developments

I’ve been trying to keep up on some of the WWDC blogs and articles, and there were a few today that I wanted to share. First, iOS 5 will bring the iTunes Tone Store. No longer will the iPhone be limited to the text message tones built in to the operating system. True, there were […]

WWDC 2011: Favorites and Failures

Apple made some big announcements on Tuesday at WWDC, and while many people (Android enthusiasts, Apple haters, and well-balanced critics) are saying that most of the upcoming new features are, in fact, not new—that they are “unoriginal” or “stolen” or “copied” or “underwhelming” or whatever—I just think that they’re overdue. I’m not worried about the […]

RED #36: “Let’s go all the way tonight / No regrets / Just love / We can dance until we die / You and I / Will be young forever”

– “Teenage Dream,” here performed by recurring members of the Glee cast (originally by Katy Perry) So, Glee was awesome this week. (Read this ONLY if you’re caught up on Glee, or if you don’t watch it in the first place; otherwise, you’ll be “spoiled”). I don’t want to write a whole lot about this, but I […]