Yeah, I have a severe case of The Mondays today. Also, I think people think I do this blogging thing every day. No, no I don't. I do it every WEEKDAY, not every day.
So, today's post is going to be more of a potpourri post because I feel like discussing different things in the world of tech, videogames, and even a bit of TV talk with my opinions, of course.
First up is I got to see the briefest of glimpses of the new Sean Hayes-fronted sitcom, "Sean Saves The World", coming this fall to NBC. TVLine has the trailer and I actually think, unlike certain sitcoms on CBS on Monday nights, that this show is actually FUNNY. And Linda Lavin (of "Alice" fame) is Sean's mom and hoo boy that is going to be fun. Can't wait! Also, people think that well-known second bananas can't pull off a show of their own, but I think that if ANYONE can buck this trend, it's the multitalented Sean Hayes. Heck, I might even forgive him for being in that abominable Three Stooges movie from the Ferrelly brothers.
Next, this weekend I have been going crazy looking at Mohu's antennas. From the unassuming-looking Mohu Leaf to the Mohu Leaf Ultimate (with included amplifier) and the Mohu Sky, this line of antennas is quite possibly one of the most interesting in the tech industry. Their antennas are known for pulling off miracles, but from a guy like myself who lives in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, I will have to get either a Leaf Ultimate or a Sky. Probably think I'll get a Sky just because I want to make sure I can get ABC because of another new fall show called Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. that I can't wait for.
Next, moving on to the world of videogames, apparently the new female fighter for the new Killer Instinct for Xbox One that Double Helix has been teasing is a new character to the universe named Sadira. I guess this is a good idea but I will, of course, reserve judgement till I get to see it in action. But, until then, I will just think of her as a Mileena clone.
And finally today, I wanted to discuss something that has been noted in the last few days that I didn't feel like discussing till now: Steve Ballmer's long-awaited (by me anyways) exit from Microsoft. People think Steve Jobs had an ego? Ballmer had an ego cranked up to 11 and exponentially multiplied by 11. He was a terrifying presence in the tech industry and I am, to be frank, glad to see him go. Don't let the door hit you on your way out, Ballmer. And I for one will be thrilled to not see Steve Ballmer doing something horribly embarrassing on-stage at some Microsoft press event.