This entry is part 4 of 7 in the series Doomsday PsychologyThe other day I was reading an article comparing Z Nation to The Walking Dead. The co-creator, writer and co-executive producer of Z Nation, Craig Engler, argues that the former is superior in several different ways: 1) Z Nation has humour, 2) Z Nation uses technology, […]
Can a serious documentary feature dancing and singing puppets and a Monty Python star? Boom Bust Boom, written, directed, and narrated by Terry Jones, does precisely it. Puppets, cartoons, and songs transform what could have been another boring lesson on economics into an entertaining, yet thought-provoking, overview of history and psychology of financial crashes. Boom Bust […]
Zombie and apocalypse themes became so prevalent in popular culture that many vendors decided to exploit them for advertising. These two funny infographic guides for surviving the apocalypse are a perfect example. By the way, the gear and strategy advices are good for many other tough situations.
I started to learn English many, many years ago. And yet, I have not managed to master it. I still make a lot of mistakes both in grammar and word usage. But the biggest problem is not enormous number of words (which is quite understandable considering that English is a mix of several languages) or […]