Posts tagged "tv"
On TV: Revisiting the 1966 Batman Television Series

On TV: Revisiting the 1966 Batman Television Series

Lee watches the original Batman live-action television show with his five year old daughter. Same Bat-Time, Same Bat-Channel!
Squrl Makes Apple TV Even Better

Squrl Makes Apple TV Even Better

I recently confessed my love for the new Apple TV. In that review, I causally mentioned an app called Squrl. Squrl is a video hub that creates a queue of great videos from friends in your social circles as well as those you can add directly via a handy bookmarklet. In addition to accessing the...
Apple TV Review

Apple TV Review

The 2012 edition of the Apple TV is my first purchase of the “hobby” product by the maker of our favorite “i” devices. I’ve always resisted buying one knowing that it will be obsolete as soon as I set it up. Of course, that’s the same with my iMac. Same with my iPhone. Same with...
Jane and the Dragon

Jane and the Dragon

A review of Jane and the Dragon, a CG animated cartoon that is currently available on QUOBO in the US and based on the popular book series.
Logitech Revue Review

Logitech Revue Review

Thoughts after spending one month with the Logitech Revue, a first-wave Google TV set top box.
Personalized Kids CDs

Personalized Kids CDs

Just Me! Music has a great line of audio CDs starring your kid's favorite movie and TV characters. While it may not be instantly appealing to think of another disc of Barney classics taking up space on your car stereo, this bunch of songs is different. With these sing-alongs, your child's name is included in...
Our Favorite Holiday Movies

Our Favorite Holiday Movies

In which, we present our favorite movies to watch with our kids this time of year (and one just for grown ups - or maybe your really cool teenagers).
Dinosaur Train InterAction Toys

Dinosaur Train InterAction Toys

My kid is a dinosaur-aholic. Nothing is more responsible for her love of every creature from Ankylosaurs to Pterosaurs than Jim Henson’s Dinosaur Train. Unfortunately, we always seem to be early adopters when it comes to kids’ television. When Yo Gabba Gabba first entered our lives, only the super-expensive Kid Robot toys were available. Of...
Yo Gabba Gabba! Live

Yo Gabba Gabba! Live

Live kids shows are nothing new to us. We took our girl to see Sesame Street Live when she was three. She really could have cared less. Right after she turned four we took her to see Mickey’s Rockin’ Road Show and things started to change. She was older, sure; but the theatrics of the...
Vintage: Sesame Street Book Club

Vintage: Sesame Street Book Club

The Sesame Street Book Club was a series of mail-order hard cover books for young readers released in the early 1980s. This collection of 62 books forms an excellent library of bedside reads for toddlers and young elementary students. The books cover a range of basic conceptual themes (The Sesame Street Circus of Opposites), vocabulary...