Douglas Adams was a genius, that much is known. He was brilliant and funny, and constantly looking towards the future – and dragging anyone along with him that would care to go.
So it’s no surprise that he wrote – and stared in – a documentary about what future technology would be like.
This is that documentary:
The internet, Wikipedia, VR, Siri… All there.
It’s no secret that the pilot for the new CW series “The Flash” has found its way onto the internets. I managed to track a copy down, and gave it a go last night – and I gotta say, this is a show that doesn’t fuck around.
Mild spoilers ahead. Continue reading
Looks like the marketing for Transformers : Age of Extinction is kicking into a higher gear, as today they dropped the following in-universe news video on an unsuspecting internet:
The 2014 Godzilla movie does a lot of things right – the creature design, the way they move and fight, not having Matthew Broderic – but it makes one major mistake that is particularly hard to over look:
It has some majorly impossible geography. Continue reading
Recently, I made the second greatest CraigsList transaction of my life: I bought a fully functional Macintosh Classic for $30. It was in great shape, and I couldn’t wait to get it home and… Well, I don’t know. Honestly, I didn’t think very much further than “Hey, that’d be cool to own”.
Well, now I own it – and one eBay transaction later, a functioning mouse – and I’ve played with it for somewhere around a week now. It’s something like 23 years old, and hadn’t been used since 1995.
Which means there’s a bunch of files on it. Continue reading