If I’ve seemed a little more chipper lately, it’s because it is an exciting time of year. It is the beginning of the 2011-12 television season.
Other blogs tell you the must-have designer home trends. Today, I want to present you with my curated fall line up of often-overlooked shows I think Homies will dig. Come, let us gather in the warm glow of our teeveeeeees.
Let’s talk Twin Peaks! Its murky, cloudy, I’m-not-quite-sure-what’s-around-the-bend atmosphere also makes Twin Peaks ripe for the sort of fan art you can enjoy on your walls for a really long time. So let’s shop some.
While I’m super secure in my gender identity, I came out of growing up an only child/daddy’s girl as an irrepressible tomboy. I may have grown my hair long and learned to walk in heels, but I’ve never known quite what to do with…sexiness? Sensuality? I don’t do that.
This electronics aficionado will help you save money when you buy cables, pick the right TV for your needs, and avoid new tech pitfalls.
Last week Mashable published an article about the connective devices — Boxee, Roku, Apple TV and Google TV, and an Xbox 360 — taking over cable’s market. It was an interesting read, but I think the idea of keeping television separate from the internet is already outdated. Let’s prognosticate.