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Rex Sorgatz

Idea: a chain of popup stores. (I don't know what it even means, but it seems like everything is now either a chain or a popup store.)

sep 20
2002

push

 Take 40 percent Twin Peaks, 40 percent X-Files, and 20 percent Traffic, and there you have Push, Nevada. The second episode was last night, and I found myself jogging to the computer to look at websites related to the show. The newest find: Sprint's Push, Nevada website, which says it will publish a wireless version of The Push Times. There's also a elliptical yet "official" arty website, a book coming out next month, a Yahoo Groups email list, and an unofficial community website collecting secrets and clues to the million-dollar prize. What is in that coffee?

 Joss Whedon's new show, Firefly, premiers tonight. (Spoilers.)

 All the Buffy spoilers you could want (scroll down half-way). Also, from Christianity Today: "Don't Let Your Kids Watch Buffy the Vampire Slayer (but you can tape it and watch after they go to bed)"

 For locals, Sound Unseen starts tonight.

 Creepy digi-art: R-A-N-D-O-M-com

 You know, I've been wondering where the hell Dirty Vegas came from. Finally, Slate.com explained it to me.

 Hilarious parody of the new Rollings Stone.




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