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About Joe Nooft

Joe currently resides in Orlando, Fl, where he tests software for a living. A graduate from the University of Central Florida, Joe studied interpersonal, organizational communications and cinema studies. He a firm believer that we're "going to need a bigger boat." You can follow his thoughts on Twitter: @joenooft

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    The Messy Truth of the Axe Effect

    The Messy Truth of the Axe Effect

    Before the early 2000’s, the mention of the word “axe” conjured up visions of heavily bearded, weapon wielding men; men who were cloaked in bright red, pre-hipsterdom flannel, the kind of flannel that a man could wear while walking through a forest of ten foot tall thorn bushes and come out unscathed. Maybe hearing the […]

    Mining Netflix: The Common Mess of a <em>Punch-Drunk Love</em>

    Mining Netflix: The Common Mess of a Punch-Drunk Love

    (For the optimal reading experience, listen to the film’s soundtrack on Spotify while reading.)  The phantasmal kid films of the mid to late 1990’s functioned as educational catechisms for my comprehension of cinematic storytelling. And make no mistake, the 90’s were a golden age for children’s movies. With the birth of Pixar in ‘95 and the […]

    Mining Netflix: A Baller’s Sanctification in <em>Linsanity</em>

    Mining Netflix: A Baller’s Sanctification in Linsanity

    You didn’t have to be a basketball fan to know what “Linsanity” was in 2012, you just needed a pulse. When an athlete like Jeremy Lin surfaces, the whole world can’t help but oogle for a minute or two. Jeremy Lin, undoubtedly, earned the rights to that cagey nickname because, plainly, “insanity” was the only […]