Watching a movie for exactly the second time ever, when you haven't seen it since you were a young kid, is a pretty amazing experience. I streamed Scrooged the other night. I hadn't seen it since shortly after its 1988 release, when I was about six or seven. Total flashback. The terrifying ghouls under the cloak of…
When Charles Dickens' cat, Bob, died in 1862, the writer was devastated. So naturally, he stuffed one of Bob's paws and made it into a letter opener.
Tasked with the assignment of explaining something modern or internet-related to to someone who died before 1900, Rachel Walsh decided to demonstrate the Kindle to Dickens. Creating 40 mini books of Dickens' favorite titles, they were placed inside a hardback.
What I'd really like to see is a Muppet Christmas Carol iPad app, but while we're still waiting for that, Charles Dickens' classic will definitely do. Especially with its gorgeous steampunk look and interactive graphics and music.