It's been a joke for a little while now that "extreme" has become so overused (and subverted by poser advertising execs) that it has actually come to mean the opposite of its vernacular meaning. I hereby submit that "real" (and alternately, "keeping it re Go »
Goo Day 2004
Six years and 322 goos after it began, the goo game is stronger than ever. I don't know what it is you people love about this simple little game, but you keep coming back for more. Go »
Now that he's officially in, thoughts on Jeb Bush's candidacy for president? Go »
The 'Duh' Files
Maybe it's just me, but it seems like just about every day, scientists are telling us what we already know. Sure, this stuff needs to be proven as the foundation for further research, but it's still really obvious. Go »
Trekkies Revolt and Make Their Own Show
(quoted from StudioBriefing) Saying that it "will surely be regarded as one of the best science-fiction 'fan film' projects of all time," the St. Paul, MN Pioneer Press has reported on the production of a 1960's Star Trek-like episode, "Starship Exeter: T Go »
It's kind of nerdy, but I liked this article about a triumph of artistry over algorithms in the realm of cartography. We get justifiably carried away with technological marvels in seemingly every arena these days, so it's easy to forget just how good at t Go »
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