[AE2] The Hindu Times has a story on Conan Doyle, Sherlock Homes, and colonialism.
[AE3] The problem with Game of Thrones, says Craig Bernthal, is that it is a history without redemption.
[AE4] Sean T Collins announces that the only good fandom left (and he means left) is Dune.
[AE5] The rare books collection community is largely a men’s club, but some women are doing well.
[AE6] ESPN may be losing subscribers, but they’re gaining money.
[AE7] It seems to me that Netflix’s audience doesn’t lend itself to classics, and in between Netflix and Filmstruck is Hulu, which is built more on nostalgia and less on original programming.
[AE8] Given that HBO is profitable and Netflix is sailing on a wing and a prayer, it’s odd that AT&T seems to want to turn HBO into Netflix.
[AE9] Of all the Hitchcock movies, Vertigo has among the most staying power. Nicholas Barber explains how it resonates in a world of catfishing and #MeToo.
[AE0] Question of the Day:
What's the worst piece of pop culture you've consumed because a former romantic partner was into it? Mine is, without a doubt, Pearl Harbor.
— Don Zeko (@Don_Zeko) July 11, 2018