Art and electronics working together to create this amazing build of Wall-E, one of the cutest robots of all time. This gentleman is a part of the R2-D2 Builders’ Club which embraced the new robot back in 2007. Together they have reverse engineered a computer generated character into a working physical specimen. He moves, he…Read moreRead more
Another Behind the Scenes for your inspiration. I love these videos. Now despite your feelings on horror or science fiction, you cannot deny the level of craftsmanship that goes into set production.
Stay true. Stay humble. Never stop learning. –John Saddington, Trying to Win The Internet newsletter This is and has been a mantra throughout my life. An outsiders perspective could think my interests are fleeting, but it’s really an immense interest in gathering knowledge and experiences.
Do you ever go see movies in IMAX? I’ve seen maybe four or five. The scale of these screens which used to be relegated to nature documentaries is beyond fascinating.
I was listening to the latest episode of The Cine-Files on Rocky, and discovered Sylvester Stallone’s dedication to getting this project off the ground was pretty nuts.
If you haven’t heard of Black Girls Code it is an amazing organization bringing coding knowledge to girls 7-17 years of age in 13 cities and South Africa.
Soooooo…. I got a skateboard today. My wife thinks I’m crazy. And getting old. But she’s been telling me that for awhile.
I’ve lived with it for a year and half, but I thought I could get a quick screen replacement for my MacBook Air.
Met with a friend of mine and he showed me this video. I used to sing with The Citadel’s gospel choir when I attended the school. This song, “Hallelujah” was a staple of our repertoire.
Saw this on the Twitter feed. It’s an old post but so is the video. It’s a shame they’ve moved off of PBS. All the new episodes are on HBO. They won’t lack for funding though.
My brother and I have always been drawn to musical scores and soundtracks. Game of Thrones, one of the most epic television series ever, has a soundtrack similar to that of a movie franchise.
Well seek and he shall find. We’re now available for download on iTunes! They had a quick approval proc as. They really are just checking that your RSS feed is set up properly. Seeing it up here makes me want to edit info already. Hopefully there are no snags with that.
There are few films that stand the test of time. Even fewer which are initially considered flops that come out the other side as a cult classic. Blade Runner with Harrison Ford falls under the second type of film, and a sequel starring Ford and Ryan Gosling. So with the movie coming out, of course…Read moreRead more
This has been pretty fun figuring out the RSS feeds and getting uploaded in multiple places. Now to just get iTunes to work so I can get us up there. Here is our show link on Stitcher: <iframe scrolling=”no” frameborder=”0” style=”width:300px;height:180px;border:0;overflow:hidden;” width=”300” height=”180” src=”http://app.stitcher.com/widget/f/143375></iframe>
Collider started a new series called Comic Book Shopping. Last week, they met up with Evan Goldberg, co-creator of the show Preacher. This week they met up with three of the members of Linkin Park, led by comic superfan Joe Hahn. They hit up Torpedo Comics, in Las Vegas, a shop owned by the drummer…Read moreRead more
With the coming and going of July 4th, the Major League Baseball All-Star will soon be upon us. It’s been awhile since I’ve actually watched ESPN, FiOS plan aside, but I have always enjoyed their show/segment: Sport Science. Here they break down the power between two of the MLB’s heaviest hitters. It’s physics brought to…Read moreRead more
Well, we’ve done it. The first episode is up and loaded to YouTube and SoundCloud. I still need to get the RSS feed hooked up to iTunes but this is a start. We’re pretty pumped up about it. It’s a lot of work though. I probably overthought the visuals for YouTube but I wanted to…Read moreRead more