Thanks for all the comments on the last few episodes, I think that the new commenting system gets a thumbs up — I have not noticed any major problems with it and I like how it is similar to youtube, so it looks like it’s staying
One note about the ‘report’ button. I have no desire or time to become a moderator of the comments so will most likely try and find a way to remove it. The only comments I remove are spoilers about future episodes so for now please only report those.
If you have never seen Attack of the Show then you must have been living somewhere under a rock — or maybe you simply forgot that there are shows in genres other than Reality out there!
The show airs weeknights at 7pm and covers all manner of topics, including gaming and the hottest viral videos on the web. They have now launched the AOTS blog which is jam packed with information and and interactive features. Read all about the latest game releases and see what people have to say about them, join in discussions on the forums, keep up to date with the hosts of the show as well as watching videos and viewing photos from the show.
I enjoy the humorous nature of the blog, a lot of the time I find sites like this take the “we’re serious reporters and reviewers” route and it becomes very boring very quickly — the ATOS Blog is a lot more laid back and so far seems to be getting frequently updates so definitely one to keep checking back on.
And of course like any self respecting self professed tech savvy nerds, they have a twitter account that you can follow to get all the latest info — check it out at @AOTS.
A treat for all Project Runway fans is coming in August.
Dubbed Project Runway: All-Star Challenge, the two-hour special will air on Thursday, August 20 at 8PM ET/PT and lead into the 10PM ET/PT premiere of Project Runway’s sixth season, the long-delayed Runway edition that will be the first to air on Lifetime.
The designers — Season 2′s Daniel Vosovic and Santino Rice; Season 3′s Jeffrey Sebelia, Uli Herzner and Mychael Knight; Season 4′s Chris March and Sweet P; and Season 5′s Korto Momolu — will be judged by Project Runway’s regular judging panel of Heidi Klum, Michael Kors and Nina Garcia, with Tim Gunn also mentoring them.
Klum, Gunn, Kors, and Garcia will all reprise their roles for the shows sixth season, which will also include special guest judges from the worlds of fashion, music, film and television.