I'm sick. And consequently will wear my robe and slippers while doing relaxing things. Here's a list with comments. Hulu.com - Been playing with the Beta of NBC's streaming service. The one that doesn't generate any revenue for the studios. Cause those commercials they show are clearly Public Service announcements. Like the one for razors. Anyways, that aside, the service is pretty great, especially compared to how shitty the actual NBC.com streaming things are. The commercials are remarkably unobtrusive... there's only one 15 or 30 second spot per commercial break, and they actually have it integrated, so, unlike on NBC.com the commercial comes and goes without interupting the show. Been catching up on everything I haven't seen what with the removal of cable from the house.
Myspace.com/pilotseason - It's launching this week, and I guess each of the writers are writing little pieces explaining why you should vote for us. On a side note, vote for me.
Watch my Netflix - I've had a bunch of Orson Welles Netflix movies sitting on my shelf for three months. I just never get around to watching them. I desperately wanted to do a book about Welles, but, well, everyone thinks I'm insane when I explain what I want to do.
Mario 64 - I've decided that before I buy Mario Galaxies, I'll go through Mario 64 from start to finish. I'm planning on getting frustrated sometime around the 30th or so star, and going to buy Galaxies. At that point, I will play it until it gets slightly harder than I can easily handle, at which point it'll end up sitting on the shelf until the next Mario comes out. And so it is.
Finish Sartre's The Flies and start The Orestia - Which are both the same thing, only, y'know, one's by Aeschylus and the other's by Sartre. They're research for the book with Guillory, and lots of fun.
Cancel my Vonage - I'm just plain sick of it. The quality's gotten progressively worse and worse, and despite the replacement modem they sent me last month, it's just... well... shitty. I'd rather just put the 30 bucks towards my cell service and not have to worry about it.
And that's what my day will look like.