another reason to follow me on Twitter and Facebook

Yesterday as I exited my screening of Hotel for Dogs, I was struck with a brainstorm: I could use my cell phone to text a status update to Twitter and Facebook with my instant reaction to the film. So I did: MaryAnn has checked out of the “Hotel for Dogs” — her stay was silly … more…

Austenbook!

It’s not quite movie related, except for the several lovely film and TV adaptations, but… So wonderful! What if the characters of Pride and Prejudice had had access to Facebook? If might look something like this: (There’s much more, of course.) This clever parody/pastiche is by DeeDee Baldwin, and was inspired by Sarah Schmelling’s Hamlet … more…

be my Facebook “fan”

Reader Mimi has pointed out to me that apart from the “friends” networking aspect of Facebook, users of that site can also be “fans” of something or someone. I had to set up a separate Facebook page for that, but if you’d like to be a “fan” of mine (though I value your Facebook “friend”ship, … more…

now on Twitter, MySpace, and Facebook

Just for fun, I’ve created pages for myself on Twitter, MySpace, and Facebook. If you’re already following updates here at FlickFilosopher.com via RSS or just by checking in directly, then there’s really no reason to follow those pages as well — they’ll just be tracking updates here. I started the pages mostly as a way … more…

so much for “write what you know”

Aaron Sorkin is writing a movie about Facebook. What’s it going to be about? Well, he doesn’t even know yet, because he has no idea what Facebook is. As seen in the Guardian: “I’ve just agreed to write a movie for Sony and producer Scott Rudin about how Facebook was invented,” Sorkin wrote in his … more…