Category Archives: Pop Culture

So You’re a Hitman? Cool. A Look Back at Léon: The Professional

Léon: The Professional, directed by Luc Besson is a movie I remember first watching over a decade and a half ago on network TV – a young me thought it was the best thing I’d ever seen: a hitman dropping … Continue reading

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George Takei and Felicia Day on Gaming the Brain

Ohhh my!  Check out this short online episode from “Takei’s Take”, George Takei’s new YouTube channel where he takes on topics in the realm of social media and technology.  In this episode, George covers some real world benefits of gaming, … Continue reading

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My First Comic Con Experience!

The follow-up to My Top 10 Favorite Cosplays of NY Comic Con 2013: My first foray into the “Con” world was at last week’s New York Comic Con held at the Jacob K. Javits Center. I was lucky enough to … Continue reading

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My Top 10 Favorite Cosplays of NY Comic Con 2013

Howdy All! The Internaut was lost in space (cyberspace?) and has been on a hiatus over the past few months but we’re back in orbit and packing a new post. I’ll spare you the details of “work life yadda, yadda, yadda” … Continue reading

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The (Human) Cost of Building a K-pop Idol Group

“You should look decent, pretty and not stupid. It’s all about the image.” Ah, motherly advice.  These words were actually spoken by a manager of the idol group 9 Muses.  (Coincidentally, looking “not stupid” is something I also strive for … Continue reading

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2,460 Frames – 1,357 Hours – 288,000 Jelly Beans

If you’ve been following The Internaut over the past few weeks, you’d have noticed a recent trend of posts covering themes in the range of art, music, storytelling, entertainment, and plain ol’ dedication. Music artist Kina Grannis and her producers … Continue reading

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What’s My Age Again?

A nostalgia trip back to the sights, the sounds, and the “pop” that defined American culture in the 1990’s (Britney, what happened?!) REMEMBER 1999:

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