As expected, there were a few Easter Eggs hidden throughout Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith. You can find a short list of the Easter Eggs, recently released by the StarWars.com team, here.
With the end of the prequel trilogy, the saga of Star Wars has finally come full circle. Yes, I finally saw Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith last night. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to see it before Chris and Michael, but I tried my best. This is definitely a movie to see in the theaters! The first half of the film contains your usually dry prequel stuff, but the last half of the film contains some of the best moments in the entire Star Wars saga! If you have not yet seen Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith, you may want to wet your appetite with this theatrical trailer.
Now that the prequels are over with, I highly recommend purchasing the original Star Wars Trilogy on DVD. Keep in mind that this DVD set does not contain the theatrical releases of the original Star Wars trilogy. There were a few changes made to each film in order to reflect the continuity that was established by the prequel trilogy.
The best way to keep up to date with your favorite sites and blogs is by monitoring their RSS or Atom feeds with a News Aggregator. As far as application-based news aggregators go, my favorite is RSSOwl. But, if having a separate application isn’t your cup of tea, then you’ll probably be delighted to know that Safari, Firefox, and Thunderbird can double as news aggregators. Of course, if you read your feeds in more than one location (for example, at home and at work), then you may want to use a web-based news aggregator. Currently, my favorite web-based news aggregators are Bloglines and NewsGator.