While most celebs are making headlines in California’s drought for their unnaturally green and fragrant lawns, a few public figures have stepped up to offer real solutions for the state. William Shatner explained his enthusiastic if somewhat unrealistic plot to siphon water from Seattle. Now Moby’s issued his own idea…
Moby wants you to join his perpetual pool party in Los Angeles, and a group of scientists wants China to use "spatial economics" to design more walkable cities. Plus: informal transit in Nairobi, a failed utopia in California, radical ideas for the Vegas of 2034, and a significant prehistoric site that's currently…
Gotta love this video. It starts out innocently enough with a bit of Jet-style garage rock, then the beat drops and everything goes sideways.
Wow, it's all our favorite people singing our favorite song. While on Craig Ferguson's show, this amazing quartet made up of our favorite author, a Dresden Doll, part of The Magnetic Fields, and Moby sang "Science Fiction Double Feature" from The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Try not to pass out.
Twitter released an update to their iOS app in preparation for tomorrow's iOS 5 launch. Twitter integration with the latest iOS is one of the key features being touted by Apple.
I always imagined being jolted with electric shock would mean a big spectacle filled with lassos of hair rising lightning bolts. In reality, it probably looks like what happened to Moby: slow realization, confusion and then...collapse.
Last December, One Laptop per Child's XO-3 tablet was an impossible dream: semi-flexible plastic, multitouch, sci-fi thinness, all for $75. And while a partnership with Marvell helps breathe life into XO-3, it won't resemble winter's fantasy device.
In this really fascinating interview, electronic musician Moby reveals his cache of vintage drum machines and keyboards. Get ready to look lustfully at, in Moby's words, "the nerdiest equipment ever."
The music video for Moby's "I Love to Move In Here," from Mute Records features the usual New York city night life. There's a club, lights, infamous drag queen Lady Bunny and a mutated sea creature disguised as a tiny, glowing man. It's from Moby's new album Last Night.