From the Washington Post, an interesting look at how different generations prefer to communicate. As true as this is, I’m still one of those people who loves talking on the phone for hours.
Last week, the 1992 USA Dream Team was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame. From Sports Illustrated, an intimate look at one of the best teams ever.
The media guide for the 2010 Miami Hurricanes football season was just released. Ohmygod. It needs to be college football season now.
The Frisky presents: 10 actors who plays the same roles repeatedly. Who are the worst offenders?
This was pretty funny: movie plots that could’ve been solved in five minutes or less.
Who Gives A Damn About Scarlett O’Hara’s Dresses? Frankly, NPR, I do! It’s a shame the dress from the barbecue at Twelve Oaks wasn’t preserved- it’s stunning.
Am I the only who judges a movie based on the trailers shown before it plays in the theater? Because I just found out about some pretty exciting upcoming attractions.
Waiting for “Superman” is a documentary analyzing education in the United States. Growing up with a mom in education has definitely given me an appreciation for learning. Oh, and this trailer moves me to tears without fail.
I need to read this book. Never Let Me Go looks amazing. Carey Mulligan and Keira Knightley? Definitely Oscar bait.
On a much a lighter note, Reese Witherspoon and Paul Rudd are in a new romantic comedy. Together. With Jack Nicholson and Owen Wilson. It almost seems like the next Jerry Maguire, but without Tom Cruise. I don’t know, but I’m excited for this one.
And lastly, does anyone else remember the book Flipped from back when they were kids? A movie adaptation is finally coming out. It looks pretty cute.
Which links are you loving this week?