Michael Connor

20 entries
Pauline & Paulettes
Brevity is the Soul -- Four-Word Film Reviews
A last conversation with Kael, the last decade with her successor, and a few words from online armchair critics

Screens, Oct. 11, 2002

Night of the Living Dead
Night of the Living Dead
Cinematexas sics itself on video chain giant

Screens, Sept. 13, 2002

He Who Hits First, Hits Twice
He Who Hits First, Hits Twice
The Urgent Cinema of Santiago Alvarez

Screens, Sept. 13, 2002

World Without End
Soviet filmmaker Alexander Dovzhenko's poetry in pictures

Screens, Sept. 6, 2002

The Internet Drops Trou
The Internet Drops Trou
Look what the Web coughed up

Screens, July 19, 2002

Game Boy
Game Boy
Eric Kinkead holds fast to his old-school roots in a new millennium

Screens, July 19, 2002

I Am the World Trade Organization ... Or Am I?
The WTO gets spiritualized in a carbon-copy hoax site.

Screens, July 5, 2002

Connect the Dots
Connect the Dots
Everything is related at James Burke's Knowledge Web

Screens, June 7, 2002

Why Ask Why?
Why Ask Why?
how+why? stages its latest "infotainment" extravaganza

Screens, May 24, 2002

This Old Mouse
This Old Mouse
At the age of 74, can Mickey still manufacture the magic™?

Screens, May 10, 2002

Online, Unplugged
Online, Unplugged
Is Wireless Internet the Ultimate Democratization of the Web?

Screens, April 26, 2002

The New Sobriety
The New Sobriety
SXSW Interactive 2002 Takes the Long View

Screens, March 22, 2002

SXSW 2002 Web Awards
SXSW 2002 Web Awards
And the winners are ...

Screens, March 15, 2002

Cyborgs, smart leotards, and the info-pocalypse
Tomorrow and Beyond panel track

Screens, March 15, 2002

SXSW 2002 Web Awards
SXSW 2002 Web Awards
And the winners are ...

Screens, March 8, 2002

Free the Mouse!
Free the Mouse!
Lawrence Lessig on Disney, copyrights, and the creative commons

Screens, March 8, 2002

The Dukes of URL
The Dukes of URL
2002 SXSW Web Awards

Screens, March 1, 2002

Cubicle Consciousness
Cubicle Consciousness
High tech lends a helping hand to social causes

Screens, March 1, 2002

Too Tough to Die
Too Tough to Die
The staying power of the independent web

Screens, March 1, 2002

The New iMac: Futurism Is So Passé
The New iMac: Futurism Is So Passé
The new iMac may not be the fastest desktop machine on the block, but it's a real good dancer.

Screens, Jan. 25, 2002

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