Everyone's favorite internet cat goes to the Academy Awards. Well, in poster form. You can't buy the posters, or the cat, but you can buy the book. More about the legend in this previous Boing Boing post.
I'm lucky enough to have grown up in the 90s, meaning I can't remember when cameras weren't omnipresent. At every soccer game or school function, at least five parents arrived with video cameras saddled on their shoulders, along with the sea of disposable cameras in the audience capturing the movements of every child. It's funny;… READ THE REST
In a strange reversal of parent and child roles, I recently added my mother to my Netflix account. After ending her last relationship, she had no means of watching her stories, and I had to step up to the plate. As I scrubbed her ex's data from my mother's Roku box, I saw that he… READ THE REST
As a franchise, I feel like no series has evolved as much as Star Trek. Even though the show's core premise hasn't changed, the settings, characters, and presentation have altered with the eras without causing the show to lose its appeal. Barring a few similarities, tonally, 60's Trek feels nothing like 80s Trek. And while Deep Space Nine resembles elements of The… READ THE REST
Nearly everyone has scrolled through Instagram only to find an ad for the hotel they were just talking about 10 minutes earlier. Whether it was just a coincidence or you were "being listened to" is always up for debate. Still, it's hard not to feel uneasy knowing someone or something is potentially using your info to manipulate… READ THE REST
Even with today's massive array of innovative gizmos and gadgets at your disposal, getting your hands on professional-grade tech for your home can be a little tricky, not to mention quite expensive. And if you've ever searched for quality audio tools for your home studio, you likely have experienced this frustration. Whether you write and record your own… READ THE REST
Did you know that 70% of the oxygen we breathe comes from the ocean, specifically tiny plant-like plankton called Pyrocystis? Well, what if you can grow those tiny Pyrocystis in your own home and enjoy the benefits? Now, that's a possibility, thanks to PyroFarms. For several years, the citizen scientists at PyroFarms have been growing dinoflagellates Pyrocystis. Their mission is to "bring nature's natural wonder, beauty,… READ THE REST