Friday, March 28, 2014

Marvel Universe Review

Peter Sanderson's, Marvel Universe (1996), covers everything you need to or want to know about Marvel Comics as well as every superhero/super villain Marvel has introduced over the years and since it started in 1961 by creator Stan Lee. Sanderson backs his claim by showing multiple images from some of the very first comics and he broke up into sections into the most common super heroes to some of the less heard of super heroes. Sanderson's main purpose of this book is to show how far Marvel has gone since since Stan Lee first started making comics. Given the format of the book i can tell it is intended for a more older audience.

 One thing i really enjoyed about this book is how well put together they made it. When they would explain a hero, they explain everything about them like who they're enemies are and how they become a super human. It goes over everything you want to know and everything you need to know which is another reason i find it informational for my blog and what i'm gonna do next on it.

 On the other hand they are things they could have done better with it such as putting it in order to when the first appearance of the first super heroes to the newest super heroes. They kind of scatter it around in that category. other than that i don't see much wrong with it. I find it to be a very interesting book i cant find much wrong with it. Its great.

 So as you can i see i highly recommend this book to anybody who has a liking in super heroes and wanting to learn more or just to refresh your memory with these comics and super heroes and super villains. I'm Zack Bluhm and i approve this message. Z.B.

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Digital Video for Dummies.. My Review

Published in 2001,"Digital Video for Dummies," was created by Martin Doucette. He explains the basic steps required to understand and work with digital video. The author gives numbered steps to guide you through digital video. Written for anyone wanting to know more about digital video.

I like how this book has a large table of contents. All the sections of the book are put into parts and chapters. This allows ease with finding what you want to read. Without it, this book would be very hard to navigate through. Digital video can be complex and challenging to understand, and this book helps make us comprehend the art of digital video.

The "For Dummies.." books have never been a favorite of mine. I often find them outdated and useless. The internet is much easier to use and quicker to find what you want to learn. With this book, it is an exception. It is very easy to understand and can navigated through quickly.

Overall, I would recommend this book to a friend. It acts as a guide to help teach its readers. Anyone that wants to learn or know more about digital video should check this out. C.D.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Here i am again, I thought I had stopped, Its to good, Its an addiction i cant break, I'd ask for help but i'd just look ridiculous, If you cant find me you know where i'm at, On my couch watching this show about cats. Z.B.


TV is good, everything else is bad. If I didn't have any TV, I would be sad. I watch TV, almost every single day. If my house didn't have TV, Id have no reason to stay. C.D.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Watching TV for Free

In the NY Times articles by J.D. Biersdorfer dated February 25, 2014 "Watching TV without Paying for Cable," he argues that TV is accessible without paying for cable. With this simple thing called an antenna, cable subscription is not required. This may be a valid option for people who simply cant afford cable. While cable does offer more features, some people just simply cant get cable. Different locations offer different channels. These broadcasts are free for anyone to tune-into. Some of these stations are even in high-definition. Personally, I prefer cable. Cable has a stronger signal, more channels, and is easier to set up. Though it does have a decent sized monthly bill, I believe it is worth it. Suddenlink gives you the ability to do many things. Recording shows while your gone, having a built in TV guide, and lots of HD channels make it wonderful. TV is so easy to watch nowadays, a cave man could do it. C.D.

Friday, March 7, 2014


I'm responding to CNN article about if TV is bad for your health. They are saying due to TV people are dying at a younger age than what the usual age of death is. They are saying it is bad for your heart because of all of the different colors at once. I don't believe this article to be honest. I don't think people are dying because of TV. However I do believe TV is not good for your health. TV is not good for you if you watch it all the time. If you watch your TV watching limit you should be fine. Its okay to watch TV on occasions but not on a regular basis. I know our blog is about TV but even we believe to much TV is not good for you. I do not believe TV is killing people at a younger age though. That just doesn't sound right to me therefore i stand by my point and say bull spit about all this nonsense but you should cut back on your TV consumption if you watch TV on a regular basis. Go read a book once in a while or go outside. Its good for you. Get off the couch once in a while. Z.B.

Thursday, March 6, 2014

Tv is my life

TV is so cute. TV is my bestest friend. Stay in my life please. Z.B.

TV Poem

I watch it everyday. TV is my life. If you could marry a TV. I would make it my wife. C.D.