More of the Nerdular Nerdance

A’ight.

If you’ve got yourself one of the new Intel Core Macs and are having no luck with the Flash plug-in, go get the latest version, complete with a how-to for the install.

Odeo users can now receive voice messages. Too cool for school! (hint, hint: shift your eyes just a little bit to the right)

Early this morning, in a grumpy haze over a bowl of apple-cinnamon Cheerios, I decided to fire off a snarky pre-Juno show question to the Globe and Mail’s music critic, Robert Everett-Green. I didn’t expect him to actually answer it, let alone on their site. Some other snarkiness I put to him:

Q: How many singer/songwriters does it take to cover Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah”?

A: Apparently all of ’em.

Lastly, Jose Saramago’s new book, Seeing, is due out April 10. I understand that it’s supposed to be a sort-of sequel to Blindness. If you haven’t yet read it, I strongly advise you to do so. Never mind the DaVinci Code in paperback (although I’m yet to read it in any format); this’ll knock you on your ass.

Don McKellar, if you ever happen to read this, can I be in your movie adaptation? I could audition for the part of “blind man #163”, or something.

As you were.


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