For years Hollywood has pushed the black and white crime dramas, filled with enough sexual emphasis and plot twists to satisfy a paperback romance novel, but with this form of entertainment being so well...
Monthly Archive: November 2010
Think of it like Public Access Cable for Generation Y. This “dirtnet” could be the first step toward a more organic Internet—a more analog version of the Darknet, the part of the web that is not searchable. It’s free from security of any kind and is the ultimate underground filesharing network. Instead of trying to fight the organizations and the law, we would just cut them out all together.
“The goal of National Opt-Out Day is to send a message to our lawmakers that we demand change,” reads the call to action at OptOutDay.com, set up by Brian Sodegren. “No naked body scanners, no government-approved groping. We have a right to privacy, and buying a plane ticket should not mean that we’re guilty until proven innocent.”
Yin Yang Blend™ is about “balancing the sexes” Now guys get to be as dishonest about their unwanted bulges as women! Yep, Spanx is now for men too. We’ve seen t-shirts that claim to...
With vampires much in vogue—evidenced by the popularity of the Twilight sagas and True Blood HBO series—this remedy for wrinkles doesn’t seem so strange. It’s called the “vampire facelift,” a procedure that uses an injection of the patient’s own blood to puff and smooth. It’s all quite natural.
I’ve seen projection mapping before, as art installations, but Ralph Lauren has brought it to the mainstream in a spectacular way.
Apparently the ever popular Facebook and the flailing, oh-god-help-me-I’m-not-quite-dead-yet MySpace are doing a joint announcement today (according to an invitation mashable received) With MySpace’s recent rebrand and shift towards the entertainment end of things,...
Google Maps with Street View is an amazing advancement in technology that allows you to take a look at locations anywhere in the world. And if that wasn’t enough, now there’s a website called Historypin that mashes up those locations with old photographs taken at precisely the same spot back in time.