There are various opinions about piracy, but one thing we can all agree upon is the fact that the best way to stop piracy is to offer something even better or employ More »
Dear Google, I f’ing love you. You know that. We’ve had a good run for many, many years. You’ve provided me with free services, and I’ve done jack s**t for you. I More »
So, you’re into photography and film-making, but you don’t have Exxon’s budget. That’s OK, according to Blackmagic Design. They just made a camera that costs a little more than the beer budget More »
It’s probably a no-brainer to some of you, but you’d be surprised how many people fall for scams because they don’t inspect or test devices that they buy. When you buy something from another person, scams are a reality you have to face.
What do you get when a company fiercely fights another for market share and starts going into “evil genius” mode? Nobody knows, but Samsung nearly hit the nail on the head lately in its fight with Apple, almost successfully banning its products from U.S. soil. What would Occupy Wall Street do without their iPhones to take pictures of police officers beating the living crap out of them?
You haven’t seen anything until you’ve seen a library with slides. Nothing beats education with a playground environment, and one dude came up with a way to mix the two: Put a slide smack dab in the middle of a goddamn library.
So, you’re into photography and film-making, but you don’t have Exxon’s budget. That’s OK, according to Blackmagic Design. They just made a camera that costs a little more than the beer budget for a party, but with very impressive capabilities, all within one very compact device.
I normally don’t write about the military, but this is awesome and could be used for defensive purposes. The US Navy has recently gotten involved in a project that, by 2014, will have solid-state lasers deployed aboard ships. The level of awesomeness here is not to be underestimated. This is Death Star-level stuff!
There are a lot of dumb-ass people in the world who don’t do their research but vote politicians that perfectly represent them into office. And that’s what the guv’ment counts on. They count on you not having enough time to read through all the shit they write. They count on you perpetuating their jobs because, well, “things weren’t so bad forme when he served a term.” Today, we’ll discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of Internet-related legislation and how it affects your ability to continue looking at pictures of kittens without looking over your shoulder.
Not too long ago, I wrote about a printer that makes images using water droplets. It seems that someone has taken an opposing direction: Lucien Langton, a guy who has a lot of time on his hands, has created a printer that prints with fire.
Despite innovation being held back by policy, it always manages to happen anyway. A while back, the 3-D printer has allowed people to give the middle finger to gun control. Today, people are using 3-D printers to give the middle finger to mother nature.
Isn’t that just awesome? Now, instead of screaming at an ATM because you can’t get your money out, you get in a private chatroom with some girl or dude who calms you down and points out that the gun you just pulled out won’t really kill the person behind the screen.
I previously wrote about why SEO is bullshit, so I thought, “If no one shot me until now, I guess that’s a green light for me to write another ‘bullshit’ article I was planning.” Since you folks enjoyed it so much, I thought it would be appropriate to cover a broader topic: Fanboyism. Fanboyism is a theory, much like Communism, that stipulates that if you stick to something long enough, you’ll actually achieve something. Look how far that got us back in the 60s: