Nostalgia Remixed: Stranger Things

“Stranger Things,” the recent retro-inspired Netflix original series, has more than just its fans buzzing. From the moment the title appears, even small things like the font instantly propel audiences back in time. The eerie glowing letters evoke a dark … Read More

Time For TV’s To Get “Smart”

I had a few friends around for a casual dinner recently and after the meal we relaxed on the couch and I put the TV on. At one point I looked around and everyone had one eye on whatever show … Read More

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


Americans See News as Biased, Al Jazeera Sees Opportunity

Is Al Jazeera poised to become American’s source for international news? … Read More

Google Streetview: All the World is a Stage

In our increasingly digital world, applications like Google Maps and Street View are ripe ground for expression, and have the advantage of being able to be viewed by over 1 billion persons, and growing. … Read More

Tripping the White Fantastic: Part Two

WhiteFi could revolutionize mobile media, save the Radio Industry and generally make the world a better place by fostering new conservation technologies. … Read More

Twitter Lynch Mob and the Amazon Fail Debacle Part 2

Fail Fast: “Amazon Fail” and Unprecedentedly Fast Spread of information on the Social Web.

From Wikipedia: Crowds that gather on behalf of a grievance can involve herding behavior that turns violent, particularly when confronted by an opposing ethnic or racial group.- Behavior in crowds … Read More

Twitter Lynch Mob and the Amazon Fail Debacle Part 1

In case you don’t know, it has been a rough couple of days for our friends over at Amazon. If  you haven’t been following the rapidly unfolding drama known as  “Amazon fail” here is a recap. On Sunday, the twittersphere … Read More

Mind the Curb

A year ago we saw the reverse graffiti work of Paul Curtis, who would wash messages onto the dirty surfaces of cars, streets, and walls throughout Leeds, England. It made for interesting street art seeing the contrast between the dirty … Read More