The Blue Planet and Planet Earth are BBC documentary TV series that are without question the most spectacular, incredible documentaries about the natural world I have ever seen. They could easily play as a series of films in a theatre and it would be fantastic. At times it’s like watching science fiction with creatures that seem unreal, landscapes and geological formations even the most imaginative artists couldn’t conceive. There are
The Lives of Others is one of the most compelling, intriguing and eye-opening films I’ve seen in years — and sadly, it’s relevant too. I can’t add much to the linked review, so here are some quotes: “The Lives of Others is an excellent German film about life in the East German GDR before the fall of the Berlin Wall, when the population lived in constant fear of the secret
Who is Slappy White? THE CHALLENGE: Answer the question honestly without searching the ‘net or referencing any kind of media. (And without reading anyone else’s answer if possible.) My answer: Never heard of ’em.
In a report released by Corporate Knights: The Canadian Magazine for Responsible Business, Newfoundland received a failing grade for environmental protection and renewable energy initiatives. Only one other province received an overall lower grade. That’s embarrassing. I suggest if Premiere Danny Williams wants to improve that grade, how about providing a small rebate that would make the purchase and instillation of local sustainable energy products such as the Cansolair Solar
The J-Walk Reader Interviews appear to be over, or close to it. So in keeping with tradition, we’re stealing from J-Walk. The interview questions are from J-Walk with a few of our own thrown in for kicks and giggles. Eventually we’ll email another regular SWT reader the same questions and see what happens. Until then, it is our pleasure and honour to introduce a man who needs no introduction, because