Here are some links that are useful when discussing different kinds of media:
IMDB- The internet movie database. Has cast lists, quotes, and trailers for just about every movie (and TV show) ever made. The search function is also quite compresensive. Great for searching by movie or actor(actress).
Amazon.com- Well it's Amazon. It's got books and music, and some of the books are searchable inside the book. Another good place to look for links.
Wikipedia- A freely edited encyclopedia containing entries about everything.
Yahoo Movies- Another good cast listing site. Also has a pretty good upcoming movie section.
RottenTomatoes- I find its fresh/rotten meter is usually pretty representative of how enjoyable (at least I find) a movie is. Also, it's fun to tell someone his or her favorite movie got a dismal 5% fresh rating.
http://www.rottentomatoes.com --RottenTomatoes. I find its fresh/rotten meter is usually pretty representative of how enjoyable (at least I find) a movie is. Also, it's fun to tell someone his or her favorite movie got a dismal 5% fresh rating.
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I had made this a thread before and it is one of the most useful sites out there. Free too, up to five downloads a day. I've used it since I learned about it a year ago and probably will use it the rest of my life.
Awesome, just awesome site.
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It's my personal preference, but I like Powells for book stuff. It's a local company, not an international chain, which is active in their local (Portland, OR) community as well as overseas, like donating old textbooks to 3rd-world countries. The site has Very Good employee recommendations, author interviews, and the like, and has things like 16th century bibles, limited edition Stephen King novels, and other fabulous stuff. Heck, their rare book room has a volume worth more than my house!
Plus, bibliophiles, if you're in the Portland area it's a new-and-used-book store over 70,000 square feet!! No I don't work there, but I've been going since before I was a teenager and I love them.
yo son am i the only person on the planet that has an imeem account? (www.imeem.com)
i describe it as a myspace for music lovers. its like a user filled database of everysong you could imagine. i love this site and use it allmost daily, but it hasnt seem to have caught on yet, if anyone on this site sees this and has one (or is going to make one) feel free to add me, search for- you guessed it
(im a big fluffy rapping mexican if that helps at all)
Hey everyone! So I recently was on the site kickstarter, as most of you may know it is a site used to fund projects that everyday people make up. Our own Rich Burlew used it to start the reprinting of the OOTS comics, well now I recently found people who are trying to get money for a D&D documentary. Oh sure some of you may be like, "Oh man some boring documentary." But no their really is a quite compelling story behind the making of this legendary game! So I suggest you all check it out and help to make this movie a reality...
Here is the link: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...ntary?ref=live