Re: The Comfort Women of the Digital Industries: Asian Women in David Fincher's "The Social Network"
Idle Hands...Hi Lisa, I really appreciate your application of the historical construction of "comfort women" to the intersection of racism and sexism in The Social Network. The whitewashing of Silicon Valley in this movie was also very troubling to me; I ke ...
"This is such a great show."Leah, I love the connections you're making between Aaron and Tori Spellings' visions of Spelling Entertainment and multimedia synergy (I wanted a 90210 doll so badly as a girl, but my mother thought tie-ins were bad for the imagination). Perhap ...
Re: Grand Buffet
The Market of OzBrad-- amazing video, wow! I am awed by your long shot in the cereal aisle-- beautiful perspective. I wanted to ask you about your use of color versus b&w video. I noticed that G-- (is the God reference intentional, or am I the only one seeing that ...
Upcycle and UpliftThanks, Jennifer, for a very provocative post. As I was reading your historical reading of Etsy's business plan, I was struck by the strong fantasy of gendered empowerment that somebody is using to make money off of women's labor. So of cours ...
Origins?Hi Lisa, Thanks for posting this. As you know, I'm a recent_True Blood_ convert, and I haven't gotten sucked into the paratextual world much at all yet (I know, I know, I couldn't resist!). I wondered if you knew more about the origins of ...