Ben Meyers is a 17-year-old who spent a month putting together this video that combines improvised percussion—done on the lockers, doors and other various parts of his school—with piano and xylophone melodies. It's all played by him, recorded separately and edited together in the video. Wired's Steve Silberman tells me that young Ben is off to the Berklee College of Music in the fall. Congrats!
Unsolved Mysteries first premiered in 1987 with Robert Stack as host and is currently enjoying its fourth reboot with a new Netflix season premiering next week. People who love Unsolved Mysteries really fucking love its stories the paranormal, true crime tales, and even the cheesy reenactments. Why? The key is that the mysteries are… unsolved,… READ THE REST
People love to hate Barney, the purple dinosaur ubiquitous in the 1990s thanks to the "Barney & Friends" show on public television in the US. Indeed, "I Love You, You Hate Me" is the title of a new two-part documentary about the show and the fiery anti-Barney sentiment that arose at the time. From Variety:… READ THE REST
Sony PIctures has announced a new Karate Kid film on the horizon. According to Variety, it's slated for release on Jun 7, 2024, it's the first Karate Kid franchise film since the Jaden Smith reboot in 2010. Interestingly, it has nothing to do with Netflix's current "Cobra Kai" series. "The guys and I would love… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Got travel plans for next year? Putting together an intricate itinerary and booking the cheapest tickets possible aren't the only things you should be prioritizing. Part of your travel prep should also include… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. If you find yourself constantly restarting your laptop or clearing out gigabytes of files to make space, it may be time to invest in a replacement computer. But if your holiday gifting… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Gone are the days when you could crack open a brand-new computer and expect essential apps to be pre-installed. And more often than not, getting your hands on this software involves… READ THE REST