Watched "Everwood" We Hold These Truths from IMDb TV
Directed by Jason Moore. As Dr. Brown operates on Amy's comatose boyfriend Colin with the help of his friend and surgery partner from New York, Dr. Brian Holderman, Amy leans on Ephram for support as she awaits the outcome. Meanwhile, an emotional Bright breaks down and admits what actually happened the day of the car accident.
Watched "Everwood" The Doctor Is In from IMDb TV
Directed by Stephen Gyllenhaal. Amy is heartbroken and Ephram is furious when Andy decides against performing a risky operation on Amy's comatose boyfriend. Meanwhile, Delia is forbidden from playing with her only friend, Magilla, after his parents discover them playing dress up; and a traveling psychologist, Dr. Trott, creates quite a stir in the Everwood community.
Watched "Everwood" Deer God from IMDb TV
Directed by Arlene Sanford. After a lost deer makes the Browns' backyard its new home, Andy insists on accompanying Ephram, who decides to help the animal find its way home to the wilderness. Meanwhile, Ephram finally admits to Amy that he never asked his father to consider operating on her boyfriend, Colin, who is in a coma; and Delia questions the existence of God.
Watched "Everwood" Is There a Doctor in the House? from IMDb TV
Directed by Robert Duncan McNeill. Delia and her grandmother throw a festive birthday party for a grumpy Edna who hates this particular day of the year, but everyone winds up snowed in for the night when a big storm hits town. In the midst of it all, Bright collapses from a burst appendix and Andy and Dr. Abbott have to improvise an operating room before the infection spreads; while Andy and Ephram let months of tension and hurt ...
Watched "Everwood" Till Death Do Us Part from IMDb TV
Directed by Michael Schultz. As his wedding anniversary draws near, Andy loses all hope and questions whether he will ever feel his life is worth living again. Meanwhile, Ephram and Amy share their first kiss while on a field trip; and Dr. Abbott has a panic attack when his wife Rose proposes they take salsa dancing lessons.
Watched The Celtic World, Lecture 24: The Celts Today by Jennifer Paxton from The Great Courses
In the final lecture, end your 2,500-year journey with the Celts by considering the Celtic nations in the 21st century. Bilingualism, modern Celtic pop culture, and renewed nationalist groups pushing for politcal autonomy are merely the tip of the iceberg in this satisfying conclusion to a truly epic history of culture, politics, and warfare.
Watched The Speed Cubers from Netflix
Directed by Sue Kim. Discover the special bond -- and uncommon competitive spirit -- shared by the world's Rubik's Cube-solving record breakers in this documentary.
This had a lot more heart than I would have expected. The idea that Rubik’s cube would help bring out someone on the autism spectrum is great. 
Watched Anatomy of a Great Faculty Website by Steve RyanSteve Ryan from WPCampus 2020 Online - July 29-30 - Where WordPress meets Higher Education

Within higher education, requests to build websites for individual faculty members sit at the absolute bottom of the work queue for most marketing/communications teams. If this type of product is offered at all, it typically uses a self-service model; the institution will provide the platform while the faculty member will provide the content. And while this is the most sustainable model for most small and mid-sized web teams, it tends to produce multiple websites that are ineffective at communicating even simple messages. Worse, they have a high tendency to become the poorest reflections of the institution with a high rate of abandonment or misuse.

Let's fix that tendency together. With a careful examination of what really matters to faculty members who are looking to create and maintain their own websites, we can begin to build better sites. With better sites (and a little luck), you can start to derive value from the project at the bottom of your work pile.

Together we'll talk about:

  • A simple analysis of the types of content that you'll typically find within a faculty website.
  • A "wish list" for the types of content that you (as a marketer) would really like to see from these types of sites.
  • A working example of a theme that delivers on these key concepts and adds some "quick wins" which makes for a better experience.
  • How to leverage the capabilities of WordPress multisite to produce more value from collections of these type of sites.

This is an awesome little session at WPCampus 2020 Online. (Video for it available shortly.) It reminds me a lot of the Drupal project Open Scholar that does something similar. I can see it being useful for folks in the Domain of One’s Own space.

I totally want to start using something like this myself to not only test it out, but to build in the proper microformats v2 mark up so that it’s IndieWeb friendly. Perhaps a project at the planned IWC Pop-up Theme raising session?

Watched Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (2020) from Netflix
Directed by David Dobkin. With Will Ferrell, Rachel McAdams, Dan Stevens, Mikael Persbrandt. When aspiring musicians Lars and Sigrit are given the opportunity to represent their country at the world's biggest song competition, they finally have a chance to prove that any dream worth having is a dream worth fighting for.

Rating: ★★½

A reasonable ending, but not really as funny as it should have been. Where did the funny go? Might have been better in a theater…

I started this a few weeks back and watched the first half.

Some of the “magic” was gone when I discovered 3/4ths of the way through that the Russian sexually ambiguous lothario (he/him) was the same actor who played Matthew Crawley in Downton Abbey.

Jaja Ding Dong!

Watched "The Last Dance" Episode X from Netflix
Directed by Jason Hehir. With David Aldridge, Willow Bay, Wally Blase, Scott Burrell. Battered and exhausted, the Bulls conclude their "Last Dance" with a sixth championship. Michael, Phil and others reflect on the end of the dynasty.
The missing coda that deserved some mention, but which was suspiciously missing: Jerry didn’t manage to rebuild, but Phil went on to further greatness.