…and what if pulp fiction would have been played by the the muppets? This what this video is all about. Enjoy the show! [Via Neatorama]
The Star Wars official online shop has all sorts of interesting toys, not that I would buy anything from there mind you… or would I? Anyways, here’s my latest coup de foudre, courtesy of the Dark Lord himself. Even though the Darth Vader Toaster isn’t as advanced as some of the fancy bread burners out […]
Who would YOU vote for? Lando Calrissian or Emperor Palpatine? [Via Neatorama]
by Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] You know what they say… when you’ve got lemons, turn them into lemonade. And when you’ve got rampant video piracy, find a way to milk some ad revenue out of it. The “fingerprint” technology that we’ve been hearing about from YouTube is making its way in some form to […]
By Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] It seems like a guaranteed recipe for success: (1) source material from a series of best-selling fantasy novels (Terry Goodkind’s Sword of Truth series), (2) the producers who brought us Hercules and Xena (Sam Raimi, who has since knocked our socks off with Spider-Man, and Rob Tapert, who is […]
By Jimmy Rogers Contributing Writer, [GAS] If you were on Twitter yesterday, you might have noticed a flood of tweets with a mysterious “#wotw2” code in them. Well that was a “hash tag” or “hash code” you were seeing there and those tweets were completely fictional. The fake tweets were all on account of War […]
by Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] Good news! Google, in addition to servicing most of your Internet-related needs, is also fighting hard to save your brains. Today, their robots.txt begins with the lofty declaration: User-agent: zombies Disallow: /brains That’s right: zombies are disallowed from accessing /brains today. I for one feel much safer knowing that […]
By Mark O’Neill Contributing Writer, [GAS] For years, the Beatles have frustrated their fans with refusing to have their back catalogue released online on sites such as iTunes and others. Now the surviving members of the Fab Four have done a sudden U-turn by deciding to digitally release their music in the form of a […]
In the following video, “human beatbox James “AudioPoet” Burchfield performs an intricate three-minute breakdown — sexy, propulsive hip-hop rhythms and turntable textures — all using only his voice.” Enjoy the show!
Automated Assets, a short movie by James Dastoli and Robert Datoli, exposes the real faces behind automated phone support systems. From now on, when you call in for support at Dell and get asked for your “express service code”, you’ll now know with whom you’re having to deal with. Enjoy!