About MeI'm Michael Koby, and I love technology. I'm also a programmer, currently doing Ruby on Rails development for a small Houston startup. Here I talk about technology, programming, politics, movies, music, and anything else I feel I need to talk about. If you would like to know more, you can check out the About page.
Category Archives: Movies
While I’m not going to debate if the people running The Pirate Bay are actually guilty of copyright infringement, I do want to look at something. The content creators’ undying need to 1) limit and 2) prohibit the consumer’s use of their products. Continue reading
Just got out from seeing the latest Star Wars feature, Clone Wars. Before we dive in let me inform you that I have read all 9 volumes of Dark Horse’s Clone Wars graphic novels multiple times. I was excited to … Continue reading
The idea here is that Robin is important to the overall character development of Batman. It shows he’s human and is not just a over-obcessed nutball, he has a mission and he needs people to carry on that mission after he dies. He needs family, something that he never truely had. Continue reading
With last week’s death march for HD-DVD, many have been saying that Blu-Ray’s victory will be short lived. The reason for this is because several people seem to believe that digital movie downloads will kill physical media, including (but not limited to Blu-Ray). This clam, while extremely plausible in the next 5 years, is ludicrous from the “anytime soon” standpoint. Digital movie downloads are not endangering Blu-Ray for two simple reasons. Continue reading
It seems Christians (whom I would consider “my people”) are still tackling the Harry Potter issue with every movie and book release. Fortunately they have run out of books to complain about but we still have two more movies to get through and we can expect that Christians are going to continue to complain about them. Continue reading