By Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] Forty-five years ago today, An Unearthly Child aired on BBC, marking the beginning of an epic science fiction journey and a pop culture legend. It’s a little crazy to think that Doctor Who is still going strong after all these years (thanks to being resurrected by RTD in 2005). […]
By Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] In a fit of boredom I decided to try out a bunch of iPhone apps yesterday, and have decided that Ocarina is a keeper. This is one of those concepts that really makes me wonder what the developer was thinking: (1) let’s turn the iPhone into a wind instrument […]
By Jimmy Rogers Contributing Writer, [GAS] That’s right – yet another upgrade to the mighty JesusPhone. Why do we report on this stuff? Because people want to know, that’s why! iPhone users received an email today telling them to upgrade to firmware version 2.2. It’s been a little while since a major upgrade was made, […]
By Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] Apparently Guitar Praise is supposed to be a big seller this holiday season. The idea makes sense in theory–basically a port of Guitar Hero with all of the music replaced with Christian rock for those who have issues with secular music–but it could have been executed so much better […]
Procuced to promote Nokia’s new N96 Bruce Lee Edition mobile, this commercial features a Bruce Lee look-alike nunchucking the hell out of a ping pong ball.
By Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] Those of you accessing Gmail through the web (as I do) may have noticed the new “Themes” that showed up yesterday. I’m already a fan, myself! The options encompass everything from basic color scheme changes to more complicated redesigns that use soothing photos or cute cartoons. To change your […]
Here’s the third and final installment in the series on green geekery. We’ve already gone over reducing consumption and reusing what you have, so now it’s time to address recycling. Unfortunately, the heavy metals often found in hardware make electronics difficult to recycle on the same scale as much simpler things, like plastic. Recycling and […]
In the following video presentation, Nasa Scientist Jennifer Heldmann explains very simply how the moon was initially formed and how it later helped Earth’s life creation process by stabilizing its environmental conditions. Videos after the jump.
By Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] Searching through Flickr this morning for an illustration for a previous post, I accidentally stumbled across a great theme for this week’s geeky pics. It turns out that people just love taking pictures of cats and computers. Maybe this isn’t as sexy as last week’s pics, but maybe I’ll […]
By Mark O’Neill Contributing Writer, [GAS] I have no idea why anyone would want to put themselves through something like this (you’d think they’d be glad to see the back of a regime like the USSR) but apparently Lithuanians can now go to a theme park to relive the days of the Soviet Union. An […]