Friend's Posts

 

 

Hi, I'm Sean Reiser, I have interesting, creative, smart friends.

A number of my friends have blogs, podcasts, photo feeds and create other content on the web. Instead of a traditional blogroll, I have created a list of links to their content. This list is updated automagically as they post to their blog. None of the content here is mine, nor is it owned by me. It does not necessarily reflect my opinion nor the opinion of my clients, employers, family, friends, or entourage. Share and Enjoy!

P.S. If you're a friend of mine and want to have your posts listed here drop me a line.

Friends' Posts

A Court of Silver Flames is the beginning of a new era in author Sarah J. Maas’ bestselling A Court of Thorns and Roses series. It’s the fifth novel in the series, but the first that doesn’t focus on its original protagonists Feyre and Rhysand, High Lord and Lady of Prythian’s Night Court. Instead, its […] A Court of Silver Flames marks a new era for Sarah J. Maas’ Court of Thorns and Roses series
4 days 21 hours ago

Those of you who have been following me since 2003 know that I’d taken a 3 or 4 (I can’t even remember anymore) year break from blogging. It took me that long to recover. After gaining my sight I lost everything. My money, my possessions, my marriage, my family, and even what I thought would … Continue reading 4 years interrupted, and a new blog. Here we go, but where was I? The post 4 years
4 days 23 hours ago

My friend Jeff Jarvis is going on CNN shortly to talk about Google, Facebook, Australia and Murdoch. Had a thought. Simple arithmetic. There was a fantastic boom, blogging made a lot of stuff happen. Where did it all go? The thesis from journalism seems to be all that is over, ancient history. I think the evidence is to the contrary. Blogging reshaped the world. Not only for good, of course.
5 days 17 hours ago

A recital of some facts. The US is great at elections. We have been running them since inception , longer than any other country in the world. We are the gold standard in elections. Our elections are not perfect, but their imperfections heavily favor Republicans. The 2020 election was a standard US presidential election. It was secure, fair and not in any way rigged. Joe Biden won the election, in
6 days 12 hours ago

One of the reasons I'm so sympathetic with Donald McNeil is that I have a friend whose career was ruined by something not all that different from what happened to McNeil. And unlike McNeil, he's still got a number of productive years before retirement, has three children to provide for, and more important deserve to look up to their father. There are some people whose loyalty is so valued that no
1 week ago

The trailer for Disney’s Cruella here and the live-action prequel about the early life of one of Disney’s most iconic animated villains certainly has an interesting look and feel. The film stars Emma Stone as the future dog-killing fashion icon, and sports distinct The Joker meets Jenny Humphrey from Gossip Girl vibes. Set in 1970s London, the film’s […] The Cruella trailer gives the iconic Disney
1 week 1 day ago

The trailer for the upcoming HBO limited series Mare of Easttown has arrived and it looks to continue the network’s recent run of prestige, female-fronted psychological dramas that already include such notable performances as Amy Adams in Sharp Objects and Nicole Kidman in The Undoing. Now it’s Oscar winner Kate Winslet’s turn, in her first television role […] Kate Winslet shines in the trailer
1 week 1 day ago

Few Doctor Who characters have been as instantly memorable as Michelle Gomez’s iconic take on the franchise’s first female Master. Known as Missy, everything about her was practically perfect in every way, from her Mary Poppins-inspired sartorial choices to her messy and complicated relationship with Peter Capaldi’s Twelfth Doctor. Gomez departed the show alongside Capaldi back at the […] New
1 week 2 days ago

From the author of How to Break a Boy and Winner Take All, Laurie Devore’s A Better Bad Idea is a gripping and propulsive YA thriller described as Courtney Summers meets Where the Crawdads Sing.  Now, you probably don’t need much more convincing than that sentence to add this book to your spring must-read list right now. (Or, at least […] Exclusive: Read an excerpt from A Better Bad Idea by Laurie
1 week 2 days ago

Here's the disconnect with journalism and Facebook. Facebook is not journalism. And that's not an insult to Facebook. It's not journalism the way the telephone is not journalism. Facebook says you can publish on our site. Go right ahead. That's the opposite of journalism which says, you want to publish on our site, get in line, and conform to our values, look like us, and then 1 out 10000 will get
1 week 3 days ago