Tag: DVD


Media Habits at HBS – Movies You Might Have Missed

The lead-up to the Oscars is prime season for catching up with movies. While the slate of Oscar nominated films isn’t a bad place to start, the Academy inevitably leaves something to be desired in the pictures it decides to honor. Especially in a year in which the nominations are dominated by conservative, occasionally mind-numbing…


Green Living – Power at Home

Changing our behaviors in the purchase and use of consumer electronics can reduce environmental impact. Ever wondered how much power all your various electronic appliances and gadgets consumed and how much of that you can actually control? The good news is that by making the right choices when purchasing products and in adopting the right…


Back Up Your Files Today!

It is a good idea to back up important files on a regular basis, although it is often easy to forget with our hectic schedules. Many HBS students already have wisely purchased portable hard drives, thumb drives and DVD burners along with their computers. I suggest using those devices at least once a week to…


Movie Review: Return to Kandahar

Return to Kandahar, currently playing at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, is a documentary of a former refugee who fled Afghanistan in 1989 at the age of 13 and returns in 2002 to find her childhood friend. In what must be a cinematic first, this film is art documenting life imitating art imitating life. You…


A&E This Week

Focus on…….DVD’s In light of the cold and the snow, this week’s edition of Focus On takes a look at recently released or upcoming releases of DVD’s. Grab a rental, pop some popcorn, and snuggle in with your favorite undergrad for a nice, cozy night. Radio (Release Date: Jan 27th) Rating: 1/2Outside of Disney’s animated…


Editor's Welcome: The International Perspective

As you’ll quickly come to realize over the coming weeks, I get confused easily. Shoe laces, Muller corners, pedestrian crossings, stop signs – though I appear to be joined on this one by most of Boston’s drivers – have all left me questioning my sanity. And since being given this job I’ve been thoroughly perplexed…


Cam-pain Time for the Incoming SA President(s)

On pins and needles, we have waited. We have seen teasers, heard the buzz, and waited in breathless anticipation. And finally, the time is upon us. No, I am not talking about the release of Spy Kids 2 on DVD. Nor the Moms.com negotiation. Rather, this week will bring us SA elections. Among the positions…


Piercing the Past with Mildred

Mildred Pierce (1945)Director: Michael CurtizStudio: Warner Brothers Starring: Joan Crawford, Eve Arden, Zachary ScottRating: PG It’s not always a good to focus on the now. Sometimes its better to have a moment of reflection, relax in the comfort of your warm bed and watch an old movie. If you are in a position to enjoy…


Thanks for the Memories…

Film Review: MementoStarring: Guy Pearce, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Joe PantolianoWritten and Directed by: Christopher NolanRated: RRunning Time: 113 minutes**** (out of four) Every once in a while, a film will come along that it so refreshingly original, so truly captivating, that it restores faith in the motion picture industry. Films like Pulp Fiction, The Usual…


Wireless Technology : A Blue-Chip Future

What is Bluetooth, and what makes it so revolutionary?Bluetooth is a surprisingly simple method of electronic communication that will make cables obsolete. Instead of plugging machines into each other-a TV to a DVD player, a laptop to a printer-Bluetooth allows the exchange of information via radio waves transmitted by chips implanted in each device. It…

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