There are lots of interesting ways geeks can express their love to one another. A few months ago, we featured Signs, a short movie about love and communication in the office world, and today, for all the hopeless geek romantics among you, we’d like to present Post-it Love, another cute office romance story. [Via Dans […]
It’s official folks, Firefox 3.5 final has just been released today! Not only does the new version have a smaller memory footprint and better memory management, but it’s also twice as fast as the previous one. So what are you waiting for? Each second you spend reading this is a second of future productivity lost! […]
Produced by Mathieu Gérard as his master thesis graduation film, Steel Life is all about beautiful music and stunning 3D imagery. Steel Life is an experimental student short film based on aesthetics of visual effects. It was produced at university Paris 8 for my master thesis graduation in Arts et Technologie de l’image. My goal […]
No, no, don’t worry folks, we’re not talking about the actual end of the world here, but of 2012, the upcoming movie from director Roland Emmerich, the same guy who produced Independence Day and The Day After Tomorrow. What? No LHC destroying Earth in this trailer? Clearly, I find Mr. Emmerich’s lack of vision disturbing!
Google is using cellphone text messaging as a way of bringing information to people in Uganda who don’t have internet access. While internet access is still rare in many parts of Africa, basic cellphones are becoming increasingly common. Across the continent, people are six times more likely to have a mobile phone than an internet-enabled […]
If the internet was a 50s Broadway musical, it would feature eHarmony, Pandora, Evite, Twitter, and anything else that rhymes well enough for a song. OK, to really enjoy this, you have to be old enough to be familiar with West Side Story AND young enough to know your way around the internet. You know, […]
By Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] The headline at CNN is “Michael Jackson dies, almost takes Internet with him.” Obviously a bit of an exaggeration, but it still seems fitting that if one man’s fame could single-handedly break the Internet, it would be the King of Pop. The overload even caused AOL (after AIM was […]
Someone always asks the math teacher, “Am I going to use calculus in real life?” And for most of us, says mathematician Arthur Benjamin, the answer is no. In the following video, he offers a bold proposal on how to make math education relevant in the digital age.