Tag Archives: Movies
I have to confess something… I’m not posting this entry to review or give my impressions of the latest James Bond movie, Quantum of Solace. I’m really just posting this here because I felt that the intro sequence would make such a stellar image on the front page 🙂 Truth be told, I enjoyed the […]
All the Rocky movies in 24 seconds.
Forget about Steve Job’s keynote speech. Never mind Bill Gates’, either. If you see one speech, if you watch one movie or documentary this year, if you care about this planet we live on at all, watch An Inconvenient Truth. Never mind that Al Gore got screwed out of his presidency, whether you like him […]
What is a MyCast from Orb? Well they have a great description and many details on their website so I won’t go into the details. But let it suffice to say that with this software, running on my home PC, I can view all of my videos, podcasts, music files, photos, and anything that’s either […]
In this short by Dan Harmon, Computerman (Jack Black), a half-man, half-machine in white underwear, saves his master from anal rape at the hands of the FBI through the power of the Internet. Funny
Even if you don’t play Battlefield 2 you’ll still enjoy these movies. Created entirely in the game and using some hilarious sound tracks and voice overs from such comedies as Monty Python, these are truly entertaining. The first one is quite a bit funnier than the second one, so I actually suggest you watch Mine […]
This is really funny. It’s a video remake of the Simpsons intro clip. That’s right; real people acting out the actions that happen in the cartoon. It’s quite well done even though the actors could have looked a little more like the Simpsons, but I suspect that this was a rather low budget project.
John C. Dvorak has a new talkshow on Digital Life TV entitled “Cranky Geeks”. The format should be familiar — John’s the host, and with three additional cranky guests, they debate the technology issues of the day. Check out the pilot episode here.
The story is this. A group of college students got together and decided to hold I-285 traffic to the posted speed limit (55). (I-285 makes a complete circle around Atlanta.) The Atlanta Journal quotes a spokesman for the DOT as saying that if the students werenâ€™t blocking emergency vehicles and were going the speed limit, […]