Warfield Weekly Update
Oct. 17, 2008

We’ll All Need Work When the World Goes HD
from The News Leader
Nobody's perfect. That why for the rest of us there's cosmetic surgery, makeup judiciously applied, proper lighting, and enough distance to keep things a little fuzzy and out of perspective. I know it's expensive, but if we're lucky, it'll be worth it because we can get by with the fragile illusion of perfection. Except if we're on television. You didn't notice it before with the tiny screens, poor reception and old-fashioned sets, but with the new huge high-definition models that switch from analog to digital, everybody from TV anchors to movie stars to Mr. Food looks terrible. No more static, snow and interference. Just the naked truth magnified to gargantuan proportions. More