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Technology Sweeps Us Along. "Impossible" Becomes, "Hey, Let's Do THIS!"

In 1975 or -6, I saw Michelangelo Antonioni’s latest film, “The Passenger,” starring Maria Schneider and Jack Nicholson. The use of vast, empty space to suggest the disassociation and chaos of modern life was one of Antonioni’s trademarks. 753 more words

Media, Technology

New uBass Models on the Way

Kala has teased us with the news that it will be announcing new uBass models for 2018. There will be three new models in the initial release and hopefully more to come throughout the year. 130 more words

Kala UBass

January TBR 2018

Happy new year WordPress. i think 2018 is going to be a wonderful year of reading, so here is a quick glance at some books I’m hopeful to start reading this month. 435 more words


Neck of the Woods - The Passenger (Progressive Death Metal/Metalcore)

Sometimes Spotify really does give me great weekly lists with some new bands and albums I’ve never heard before. This time they pointed me in the direction to Neck of the Woods, a Canadian band which plays a progressive death… 503 more words

My Book List

This is my first book review.  I cannot promise how often it will happen, but because I love hearing others opinions about books, I thought I would pass mine along as well.   650 more words

The Passenger

My Rating: 5*

Book Title: The Passenger

Author: Lisa Lutz

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Publication Date: 29th November 2016

Genre(s): General Fiction (Adult), Mystery, Thriller, Suspense… 398 more words


"The Passenger" Write Up by Eli Johns-Krull

Techniques tracked:

  • Use of concrete details
  • Use of flashbacks/narrative breaks

“The Passenger” by Marisa Silver begins with the narrator, Babe, explaining to the audience some about her life as a taxi driver, including her dispatcher Ruthanne, before it describes how she takes a job from LAX. 1,081 more words

Intro Fiction