But concerns loom about OS vendor profitability. Over three months CIOs and financial directors in financial services, retail and public sector were interviewed for this survey.
I expect to remedy that omission in the near future. The well-read John Stanley surely read some of Hardy, and I can even picture Carl Barks seated across a table from the great author, a juxtaposition that is barely plausible chronologically Hardy died inin his eighties, when Barks was twenty-seven years oldif not in any other way.
I do enjoy the fantastic thought of Barks and Hardy sharing laments about their unfortunate marriages. The site has been essentially dark for the last five months or so, first while I mastered a new computer and then as I wrestled with the newest version of my web-page software, Dreamweaver.
I still hope to get to that, since the questions Mark addressed are, if anything, more pertinent now than they were however long ago it was that I worked up my notes.
I reworked some of this material to include in The Animated Man: A Life of Walt Disney, but the Commentary pages themselves still work very well as stand-alone pages, I think, particularly since those films tend to be brushed off by even the Walt-idolaters.
Take a look and see what you think. Incredibles 2 I enjoyed it, of course, but I came away a little disappointed that it reminded me so much of the standard-issue superhero movies that have dominated screens for the past decade. CGI has advanced so dramatically that many "live-action" films of various kinds, but superhero movies especially, are now animated films at their heart, and the distance between them and Incredibles 2 has narrowed accordingly.
The fourteen-year wait between The Incredibles and Incredibles 2 was simply too long, not that you could tell that from the boxoffice results.
Most of that delight has transferred intact to Incredibles 2. But where does Brad Bird go from here with his charming conception?
Permanent Link and Comments 0 Coming Attractions I have a long list of things I want to post here, as much for my own pleasure as to attract visitors, and new possibilities keep turning up. Permanent Lin k and Comments 0.
But now it seems to have turned on me and made it difficult or impossible to post the illustrations that are a vital component of this site. What happens is this: But since then, no luck.
This is a long shot, but if anyone out there has run into a similar problem, or has any suggestions as to how I might solve this one, please let me know.“Ralph The Duck” is available in Frederick Busch’s collections Absent Friends and The Children in the Woods, and is widely anthologized.
Didn’t get the “A Rose for Emily” reference? Read the classic Faulkner story online. New York City Through the Years This page has been viewed more than , times; thank you so much! The response to my LAX Through the Years photo essay has been overwhelming, and prompted me to create a similar page for the two main New York airports, La Guardia (LGA) and John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK), originally .
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In light of our last post about the re-relaunch of the Duck Head brand, here’s Chris Sharp’s piece on the last company to try and resuscitate the dead duck.