August 22nd, 2006

Twin Peaks: Snoqualmie

Before y'all come and tell me

Yes, I know that Joss holds Agent Dale Cooper in high regard. (And at the bottom of the supposedly no-particular-order list, House, which should give mumpish a happy.)

I just knew they were fibbing about "Restless" not being influenced by TP, whether they realized it consciously or not.

Actually, I think it's time for a poll. I'm only including four choices so that things don't get too diluted, but if you want to explain why you like one over the other in comments, I'd enjoy hearing what you have to say. Don't let my icon influence you: I promise not to send BOB after you, even if we happen to disagree. :)

Poll #801361 Best of the best

My favorite show of the following options is ...

Babylon 5
0(0.0%)
Battlestar Galactica (new)
2(20.0%)
Firefly
6(60.0%)
Twin Peaks
2(20.0%)


Snape dances

Music in the virtual world

Sorry to be hyperposting, but I think this is kind of neat. I may be biased, because by odd coincidence, two artists that I've liked for years are two of the first to do this:

Second Life Rocks (Literally): Suzanne Vega and Duran Duran perform in virtual space


It doesn't surprise me. Duran Duran has always been interested in exploring new mediums. They were the first big video band, and now that the opportunity has presented itself, they're moving into the digital world.

As a bonus, Suzanne performed one of my very favorite songs by her, going all the way back to her first album with "The Queen and the Soldier."

Have any of you played it? I've been so busy of late, I haven't had time to take it for a test drive.