Sorry, language is a fluid thing, and it will always be hard GIF to me!!!!!
Expert Hollywood blacksmith Tony Swatton, known as the prop master behind Pirates of the Caribbean, X-Men, Spider-Man, The Hunger Games, The Matrix, etc. builds real-life versions of iconic pop-culture weapons at his Los Angeles specialty shop "Sword & Stone. In this episode, he takes on the much-requested Klingon Bat'leth from Star Trek! Very cool indeed!
Canadian astronaut Chris Hatfield is due back on Earth soon, but before he comes back, he's given us one more giant leap for mankind... David Bowie's Space Oddity... as sung from the International Space Station!
Author David Foster Wallace's commencement address to the 2005 graduating class of Kenyon College.
The everylovin' David Pogue with 10 tips to save your tech-time!
(Hmmm, you mean they don't?) :P
Concerned about Monsanto, GMOs in food, etc? Here's a crowdfunding campaign to build a universal seed catalog and it needs your help... just days to go, and so close to funding. Check out Urbsly!
Damn it, one of my favorite people, Roger Ebert, has died.
I will always remember him for his great critiques, TV shows, film suggestions, and for one of my favorite cult films, he co-wrote the screenplay for the 1970 Russ Meyer film Beyond the Valley of the Dolls. But what was really special for us was when he tweeted about our propeller beanies... what a thrill that was, however goofy that may seem.
All your propeller beanie needs, including dual propellers and three blades. http://j.mp/9dAMrn— Roger Ebert (@ebertchicago) June 11, 2010
A brillant take-down of conspiracy theory films...