October POV

People have been bootlegging music, movies and video games for years; it was once a somewhat difficult process, but with software such as Alcohol 120% and Daemon Tools, it’s easy enough a tween can utilize it. “Do-it-yourselfers”(D.I.Y.’ers) that create prop and costume replicas are already using a 3D modeling program to build efficient plans for their projects. Give them an at home 3D printer and they’re set. … Read More

Open Office America

I’ve been reading a lot of articles lately talking about the diminishing cubicle and how offices are doing away with the closed in working environments for both space, cost and collaboration needs. And what I think is really interesting here is that we’re slowly accepting the concepts of an open source society. … Read More

For once, the Net actually Encouraged Reading

Machine of Death is an anthology of speculative short stories about people who know how (but not when) they are going to die. The authors got clever and asked everyone who was planning to buy the book to do so on the day it was released, Oct. 26, so they could place high on the Amazon sales charts. … Read More

Building a Face for Coke

One of the amazing new Waves we’ve discovered is the iBUILTit Wave-a testament to how creative people can be, and will be, once they decide to take matters into their own hands. A case in point is the Coca Cola Facebook page. … Read More

The DiYBio Movement: Garage Science!

A new movement is forming utilizing garage science! … Read More

Paramount Launches Low Budget Film Division

Here’s a new angle coming out of Hollywood, and for once it’s not a sequel for a movie that’s been out for twenty years. … Read More

Building a Better Divorce

The iBUILTit™ Wave is a brand new Wave that expresses both esteem and a sense of belonging, values far too often missing when it comes to divorce. The idea of a collective divorce, a way of coming to terms outside the courtroom, is picking up momentum in Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom. … Read More