“MUBI is a curated online cinema bringing you cult, classic, independent, and award-winning movies. Available in over 200 countries around the globe and on multiple devices, a subscription to MUBI is a passport to the world of cinema. Every day our film experts introduce you to a great film, and you have a whole month to watch it. That’s 365 extraordinary films a year curated by MUBI”
A friend “liked” MUBI on Facebook and it looked like my kind of thing so I decided to give it a trial. This is exactly what I’ve been looking for. It’s like an online repertory cinema. There are only thirty films on it at any time and they are all interesting and worth watching. Works with the Amazon Fire Stick too so I’m very happy.
I’ve been looking through my 1Password vault to find outdated logins to delete. The list looks like a written history of all the failed social media sites of the last decade. I think I’ll just keep them.
A preview of one of the songs on the upcoming album by Big Big Train. It’s released on April 28th.
Who remembers Plurk? I’m surprised to find that it’s still running and that some of the folk I followed are still there. So many other older social-networking sites have fallen by the wayside but this seems to thriving for some reason.