Saturday, May 23, 2009

Who still Wants a VeronicaMars Movie? I do! I do!

It's been a few agonizing years since we last saw the sassy blonde detective on screen under the pouring rain during the agonizing and very open-ended "last episode" of season 3, and I'd like to believe I'm not the only one who wants this movie to kick off soon?

The question that should be on each Veronica Mars fan's mind right now should be this:


Well, there are a whole plethora of things to do!

1. Place a comment here:

2. Link to that ausiellofiles Veronica Mars Movie News Page so you can have others comment too!

3. Donate to VMars campaigns:
Click here to go the Veronica Mars Movement

4. Flood these mailboxes with wishes to have the movie up soon:
Jeff Robinov
President, Production, Warner Bros. Pictures
4000 Warner Boulevard
Burbank, CA 91522-0002

Alan F. Horn
President, & Chief Operating Officer, Warner Bros.
Entertainment 4000 Warner Boulevard
Burbank, CA 91522-0002

5. For more details, go to:


Wednesday, May 6, 2009

1 Big lesson from the Wii: Buy a TV Screen Protector

Strangely enough, I was on a search for good CD burners out in the market (by good I mean it does the job, UI is easy and it's affordable), and I ended up checking out a site offering TV Screen protectors, an extremely novel and important invention that people decades ago might not have even considered creating.

You probably have the Wii Fit, a complete set of Guitar Hero World Tour instruments to rock out at the comforts of your home, but perhaps the most important companion to your Wii should be this TV screen protector.

Most of us are probably not strangers to the controversy the Wii brought a few months back, when many people had inadvertently exerted too much enthusiastic effort (bowling, swinging a bat, or hurling a grenade: you take your pick), and ended up smashing the TV screen instead. Granted that Nintendo had long rectified this mistake by offering better wrist grips on the Wii Remote, but why risk breaking your expensive TV when you can just buy a $119 screen protector and use it for the rest of your life?

For an additional $81, you can also buy a non-glare version, which will certainly help your eyes, especially if you plan to play Guitar Hero the whole day and the notes just keep scrolling up and driving you mad :P

You can check out the site right here for more details: