You may have seen photographs of the Stata Center at MIT. It was designed by Frank Gehry and looks more like a giant art installation than a building at a university. However, having spent quite a bit of time in computer science buildings at various universities myself, I’ve noticed that many of them tend to […]
Did You Know 4.0 is another official update to the widely popular Shift Happens video. This new version includes facts and stats focusing on the changing media landscape, including convergence and technology, and was developed in partnership with The Economist.
The fact that Nintendo’s Wii is behind its console rivals in the specs state is not a problem thanks to two reasons: it’s aimed at the casual games player and it’s significantly cheaper. However, with the Xbox 360 dropping to $299, and the new PS3 Slim coming in at the same price, the $250 Wii […]
Yep, you guessed it folks, this is a rap, it’s about Pac Man… and it sounds awesome! Check it out: [Via Yesbutnobutyes]
I honestly can’t remember the last time I bought a periodical. I’ve never had newspapers delivered to my house. I don’t have any magazine subscriptions. I completely avoid the local news. But I am a news hound, and I check multiple sites daily, even when their format isn’t great. For me, the appeal of online […]
So, where were YOU when the Death Star fell?
By Natania Barron Contributing Writer, [GAS] One of the biggest draws about steampunk technology, for me, is that much of it actually existed in some form or another. Last night, through the joy of Twitter, I discovered the endless wonder of GoogleBook’s expansive Popular Mechanics archive, and spent far too long ogling the various inventions […]
Good morning, Geeksaresexy.net readers! I wanted to take a moment just to say hi and introduce myself. So here goes! The Basics: My name is Natania and I’m a geek. I’m also a mom, a wife, and a writer. I’ve been a geek since I was a kid, and thankfully embraced it about halfway through […]
Performed by They Might Be Giants and directed by Feel Good Anyway, this animated, upbeat ode to the periodic table of elements and how they form our world, appears on the new TMBG kids’ album “Here Comes Science.”