Long time since I posted anything personal. So here goes.
Finally picked up an N95 over an iPhone (which certainly looks way better but there’s the threat of them turning into iBricks and that’s a risk I’m not taking) but I like n95’s functionality.
Now I can just send my stories and photographs (n95 has a 5 mega pixel camera) from anywhere as long as I have the network, without my Apple Powerbook.
This way, I have more time to spend away from the office. Speaking of which, I caught most of the episodes of The Office at the 3 a.m. slot on TV daily thanks to the season 2 re-run on Star World. Yet to see the UK version but I love the US version.
Anybody’s who has worked in an office environment would know people like these characters.
That’s also one of the reasons I don’t like to stay in the office much.
It’s ironic that people who spend more time at the office, especially journalists, believe that they do more work by just staying at the office.
Or maybe because I watch movies and write about them, they don’t consider it work. Lucky for them, I don’t consider it work either.
Now that the worst possible twist has already happened in Prison Break season 3, things can only get better from here. Recently watched episode 6 and 7 back to back and I can’t wait to download 8 after it plays on Monday in the US.
In spite of its nonsense plot, Prison Break still manages to keep you hooked with its thrills. I hated season 2 but decided to give 3 a shot because it returned to its core premise of the impossible jail break. And the new prison Sona is quite exciting too. I like the new inmates and the power play between them and the old ones but I seriously hope they don’t keep changing villains all the time.
Finally, caught up with a Tamil film. Suriya was the only guy not doing this but he’s fallen for the camera-below-the-crotch image build-up trap too in Vel.
Think the twins separated at birth plot is timeless? You will probably enjoy Vel that has nothing but Suriya’s sincerity to boast of. I won’t be surprised if it’s a big hit in the villages.