Stephen Mejias

Stephen Mejias  |  Dec 11, 2005  |  0 comments
What're they all about, these so-called Products of the Year? Why do we put so much time and energy into the voting? Why compile a list of all the products we've reported on in Stereophile over the last 12 months, putting little checkmarks and stars and numbers and other irreverent doodles and dashes beside their already silly names? Certainly all this hullabaloo isn't for our health. It's not even fun. It doesn't promote that strange, weird, and wonderful tingling feeling way down in the toes. It doesn't taste good. And chicks don't really dig it. So: Why?
Stephen Mejias  |  Dec 09, 2005  |  4 comments
I don't know how this works — I'm guessing it's just some sort of the usual, run-of-the-mill collective (un)conscious pinging internet magic — but if you take a look at the bottom of any one of the pages on the Stereophile website, you'll find a list of "Sponsored Links," seemingly appropriate to the page itself.
Stephen Mejias  |  Dec 08, 2005  |  1 comments
Holiday office parties can be a hoot.
Stephen Mejias  |  Dec 07, 2005  |  7 comments
"Two studs going out on the prowl. Watch out ladies, here they come," Elizabeth teased.
"Yeah," I said. "Ha-ha."
Stephen Mejias  |  Dec 06, 2005  |  1 comments
"Is there someone in your living room, Stephen? I hear voices in there."
Stephen Mejias  |  Dec 05, 2005  |  3 comments
When I think about how I spent my time this weekend — eating and drinking with friends, listening to music, watching the Giants beat the Cowboys to gain sole possession of first place in the NFC East — I really have no complaints. These are all great things. Why then, when you ask me how my weekend was, do I sigh and say: "It was okay, I guess"?
Stephen Mejias  |  Dec 02, 2005  |  1 comments
I look up and smile, nod my head, and respond: "You might be right about that."
Stephen Mejias  |  Nov 30, 2005  |  10 comments
The connection, among other things, was breaking up.
Stephen Mejias  |  Nov 29, 2005  |  5 comments
In a recent review of The Multi-Purpose Solution's latest album, we were kinda sorta referred to as "emo." Actually, the reviewer — Jim Testa — wrote: