I’m all about the tech recently, so here’s the latest show to catch my attention. Debuting last night on the Discovery Channel, is a new show called Prototype This. The basic theme of Prototype This is that the four Continue reading Where’s my flying car?
I just finished one of the best books I’ve read in the last 10 years. It’s called Little Brother by Cory Doctorow. I would’ve enjoyed the book on its face, but it’s underlying themes really struck a chord Continue reading Abnormal is so common, it’s practically normal
From my ‘to be commented on’ articles: “Kevin Kelly has an interesting post about an archive designed with an estimated lifespan of 2,000 -10,000 years to serve future generations as a modern Rosetta Stone. The Rosetta disk contains analog ‘human-readable’ Continue reading Say What?
Translated from parceltongue: Get over to this website as soon as possible and watch an exclusive trailer for HP and the Half-Blood Prince. Coming in November… glee… Now Playing: Amber MacArthur and Leo Laporte – net@night June 2008 Continue reading SsSss SsSSs Ss!!
I just brought these guys up at the Brooks’ party on Saturday, so it reminded me to go check out their site for new missions, and lo and behold!! In honor of my father and uncle, I present the Continue reading Bob, Eve, Hannah and Otto
Sometimes it takes a large event (such as the current oil crisis) to inspire innovation. Here’s one example. Did you know that because of the shape of gallon milk jugs (as iconic as they are), they are unable to be Continue reading Don’t cry over it
If you didn’t get it, obviously you’ve never eaten at Dennys. Thanks to Neatorama for reminding me that tomorrow night, the full moon of June 18th, is a solstice moon. Because of the high solstice sun, we get a Continue reading Moons over my hammy
Have to thank Laura for this one from a recent tweet. It made her smile, it makes me smile. I love the Discovery Channel. I really do. Makes cable worth it. I could probably watch it all day. I’m Continue reading Boom De Ada