By Jimmy Rogers Contributing Writer, [GAS] Today was the big keynote event Apple fanatics have been waiting for. Steve Jobs and his team graced the stage once more in order to update the Apple line and get it ready for the holiday shopping season. While the summer and spring were both big events for the […]
by Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] The much anticipated puzzle and word-creation game for Playstation 3, LittleBigPlanet, hasn’t even been released yet and it’s already changing lives. The game lets players build their own levels and share them through the PlayStation Network. It is due for release October 21, but has already had an extensive […]
By Jimmy Rogers Contributing Writer, [GAS] As more and more people identify themselves as geeks, it’s important to remember that the geek voting block is growing too. While the economy, the healthcare system, and the wars weigh heavily upon the minds of everyone, technology issues are not completely forgotten. A new group of Obama supporters, […]
-Free Alternatives to 10 Popular Commercial Mac Applications (Part 1 | Part 2) Why pay for certain applications when you can get another which works almost (or just) as well for free? –52 Things To Do With Google You can do a lot more than search the web with Google nowadays, from reading newspapers in […]
By Jimmy Rogers Contributing Writer, [GAS] If you’ve got a little time to kill (over 55 minutes, actually), take a look at this great video by an ethnographer about the web’s participatory nature. What is ethnography you ask? Well, as explained to me by someone in an actual ethnography course, it’s the study of a […]
By Jimmy Rogers Contributing Writer, [GAS] On Tuesday, October 14 at 10AM, Apple will be having a keynote to show off some new innovations for their notebook line. The question is: what will those innovations be? If the internet can be believed, the keynote will debut Apple’s next big bomb, a notebook that ranges from […]
In the following clips, Australian photographer Keith Loutit used a tilt-shift camera lens to take pictures of people and objects and make them appear like miniature figurines. He then assembled the shots to build some pretty fantasic-looking time-lapse videos. Watch them right after the jump.
by Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] The more I read about the RealDVD lawsuit (which I blogged last week), the more I feel like I’m listening to a broken record. Haven’t we heard this all before? Most recently, Wired pointed out how RealDVD is like a bong shop. After all, RealDVD clearly has a notice […]