The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith: Steve Jobs Q&A

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith: Steve Jobs Q&A Via The Q&A Podcast. I listened to Jeff Goldsmith’s onstage interview with Aaron Sorkin, which he conducted after a screening of “Steve Jobs.” I haven’t seen the movie yet, but I sure intend to. Any movie written by Sorkin is worth my attention, and the fact that…

Services

Roger wasn’t just well-loved. He was also _broadly_ loved. He was also an iconic source of pride for the city of Chicago, just as the Golden Gate is for San Francisco or the “Left Turn Only” sign is for Boston. So his memorial services are more complicated than the usual. When I heard that funeral…

Roger

About 20 minutes ago, I learned that Roger had passed away. I’ve lost one of my favorite writers of all time. I’ve lost one of my most trusted, respected, and generous advisors on all subjects that could possibly matter to a modern human being. And I’ve lost a great friend of more than 20 years.…

Follow Roger Ebert, Win Me A Cheesecake!

Okay. At this point, I’m really starting to worry that Roger Ebert isn’t going to have 100,000 Twitter followers by the end of the year. In early October, I was serenely confident that Twitterer #79,797,834 would have more Followers than I by Halloween. I was just as certain that he’d break 100,000 by January 1.…

The Adam Hughes Corollary to the Gene Siskel Movie Test

From Roger Ebert’s review of “GI Joe: The Rise Of Cobra“: “G. I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra” is a 124-minute animated film with sequences involving the faces and other body parts of human beings. It is sure to be enjoyed by those whose movie appreciation is defined by the ability to discern that moving…