YouTube blocked in China

By Sterling “Chip” Camden Contributing Writer, [GAS] Expanding on its campaign against Internet content that is Illegal and Harmful, the Chinese government’s gatekeepers of the Web have now blocked YouTube. While many around the globe might agree that much of what you find on YouTube may be harmful to the brain, this move by China seems to focus […]

The Price of Marrying a Geek

Geekdad has a list of the 10 Annoying Habits of a Geeky Spouse. Matt Blum is writing from the perspective of things he does that drive his wife crazy, and someone in the comments noted that this is “Yet another article talking about how guys have to change for women.” Oh, not so! First off, […]

Safe Sexting?

By Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] One hot topic in the news the past few days: cellphones and dirty pictures. Police have investigated more than two dozen teens in at least six states this year for sending nude images of themselves in cellphone text messages, which can bring a charge of distributing child pornography. Authorities […]

Woz Dances with the Stars

Well folks, Steve Wozniak was introduced on Dancing with the Stars last night, and to tell you frankly, I can’t really tell you how he did. I was far too busy watching his partner dance. Yes, I know, shame on me. I’ll let you watch his performance and be the judge for yourself. Enjoy the […]

Feature: The Boiler Bar – Like Thirsty Moths to a Flame

By Brian Boyko Contributing Writer, [GAS] They call it “oilpunk” – a sort of “post-Steampunk” aesthetic, championing the designs of the early modern era (around 1920s/1930s) rather than the Victorian attributes of the “steampunker.” And what better homage to the era of the speakeasy than a bar? Yes, the fireballs generated by the twin propane-fueled […]