The life, lyrics, and love of John Keats on the big screen

Literary geeks, rejoice! They’ve made a film about John Keats. I’m a Romantic poetry fangirl, I totally admit it. As a young English geek (and later, English major geek) I came across the Romantics in high school, and up until that point I had never read anything so profound. The language was so beautiful, the […]


Neil deGrasse Tyson’s worst science movie of all time? Titanic.

American astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson is not only a brilliant orator, he’s among the funniest scientific personalities I’ve heard. In the following video, he gives his reasons why Titanic is one of the worst science movie of all time. The video will automatically start at 26m12s and the part you need to watch lasts for […]

Stormtroopers’ 9/11

So, where were YOU when the Death Star fell?

Meet the Elements: A musical infographic about the periodic table of elements

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.”

Wednesday Geeky Pics: Dragon*Con 2009

By Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] I had the geeky joy of spending last weekend at Dragon*Con in Atlanta. It’s known for being one of the best cons for costumes, probably because it’s so broad – everything from the traditional Klingons to the crazygothpunk to the increasingly trendy steampunk (and of course, obligatory Stormtroopers). I’m […]

3D Short of the Day: Subtle Confusion by Pistoke

Subtle Confusion is an groovy little CG animation that took the 3rd place at Assembly 09 short film compo, and even though it has no real story in itself, it’s well worth checking out:

3D Short of the Day: Veni Vidi Vici

Veni Vidi Vici is a funny 3D short telling the story of an Antiquity-era geek that uses his brain to survive the hardships of a legionnaire in the Roman army. It was realized by Will Burdett and David Bryan as their final degree project in 3D Animation at the University Of Hertfordshire, UK.