With the newly released demo becoming the most widely downloaded demo in history, Battlefield Bad Company 2 is steadily building up steam for its March 2nd release.
Well here is the best use of staples that I’ve seen this year…
With the impending release of Toy Story 3, something like this was bound to happen.
Just wanted to give you guys the heads up on the next big thing…
If I’m honest with myself (and really why wouldn’t you be?), one of my biggest downfalls is my ability to procrastinate like no other.
M. Night Shyamalan… please M. Night, please don’t screw this up.
The director of District 9(one of the more interesting films to come out last year), Neill Blomkamp was invited by the ubiquitous and always interesting TED organization to give a talk.
I generally try to filter out the noise and lambast of political discourse from my everyday life…
I’ve been looking at this little guy for a while now, but just couldn’t get my head around the idea that you could get decent espresso from something the size of a normal portafilter.
Mexican artist Alberto Cerriteno’s work is awesomely weird.
Yet another theory if that whole asteroid/bird/outgassing thing falls through…
Being a small business owner, I’m stoked that this nifty little device has come to market.
Hilary Hulteen has an amazing eye. She’s one of those rare photographers that actually change your perception of the world around you.
Welcome to the future ladies and gentlemen.
Now that Spirit has essentially kicked the bucket (you can almost hear the “I’m not dead yet” from here), it’s time to look to the future.
Continuing on what appears to be a trend, I present to you a re-imagining of the world of Star Wars by artist Justin Van Genderen.
If you are familiar with TED, you’ve probably heard that Jaime Oliver is the latest to win the TED prize…
So this doesn’t appear to be your run of the mill “kill you either by accelerator or brake malfunction” hybrid that you’ll see at the local supermarket, but an entirely different hybrid beast altogether.
How beautiful is slow motion?
The world of Travis Louie is strange yet familiar…
As the previous representing alternate views of the Superbowl attests, many of us are fans of Quentin Tarantino’s work.
As you’ve probably noticed based on some of the entries on this blog, I’m very familiar with the HiRISE camera…
Gizmodo has a really cool photography contest that it’s just wrapped up where users have submitted their best polar panoramic planet photographs.
There are some seriously talented animators out there and here’s an example, it’s done by the folks at Axis Animation and director Ben Hibon.
Here’s another worthwhile podcast to check out on the internets.
Well, now that we’ve gotten all of this year’s football out of the way, I present to you what might have been.
Joshua Davis’s work caught my eye as I was walking through a Japanese book shop in SF the other day. It’s pretty rare that a magazine cover can stop me in my tracks and suck me in, so I was intrigued by his work.