OK, calm down. This video claiming "the most" paused moments of the Star Trek franchise isn't just those moments where they cranked the sexy to 11. Besides Dax in an original series mini on Deep Space 9 and endless damp and skimpy decontamination scenes in Star Trek: Enterprise, there's also the seemingly infinite decks during the TurboLift scene in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (Deck 78, anyone?), Gene Roddenberry as the Great Bird of the Galaxy, as glimpsed for a second during a Star Fleet archives search in Next Generation, and the brief appearance of the Millennium Falcon(!) in the Battle of Sector 001 scene from First Contact. There's some fun stuff in here.
Software engineer and maker Brandon Withrow used a 3D printer and electronics ingenuity to create a terrific tiny replica of The Simpsons' purple TV set! It even plays random episodes from the series' first 11 seasons—no Internet connection necessary! Withrow promises a build guide will be coming soon so you can make your own. From… READ THE REST
The Wall Street Journal covers the chaos surrounding Sony's efforts to replace the late Alex Trebeck as host of popular television game show Jeopardy. I suspect vaguely that this is a distraction item sourced to Sony insiders to distract everyone from its own hapless incompetence in managing and vetting candidates: it reveals that a fan… READ THE REST
Artist and toymaker Mike Strict created a fantastic resin figure collection of The Young Ones! What's not to love about a 12cm tall Vyvyan, Rick, or Neil who, naturally, is carrying a pot of lentils. "It's hard explain to anyone who wasn't there the impact The Young Ones had when they first hit our screens,"… READ THE REST
Do you love books but don't always have the time to sit down and read? Audiobooks can sometimes do the trick, but they can still take hours to listen to and can be hard to digest. It can feel like there just aren't enough hours in the day to get through all the books you'd… READ THE REST
Math always seems to be one of those subjects that people either love or hate. However, the fact of the matter is, it may just be the most important tool we have in understanding how our world works. It's the fundamental principle behind things like engineering, physics, and even computer programming, to name a few.… READ THE REST
Do you love your Apple Watch, but sometimes forget to charge it, leaving you out of luck when you're out and about? Well, now you can charge it on the go with the OMNIA A1 Apple Watch Magnetic Wireless Charger. It's a convenient way to ensure you're never without power on an essential piece of… READ THE REST