Their descendants are happy to just suck blood and pass along parasites to small mammals, but the hugeprehistoric fleas from 165 million years ago were equipped with saw-like projections around their mouth—for penetrating thick dino hides—that would probably make short work of a Chihuahua.
Gizmodo's Joe Brown joined MSNBC's NewsNation on December 7, 2011 to talk about Facebook security. Watch the clip above!
Gizmodo's Joe Brown appeared on MSNBC on October 13, 2011 to talk about the Blackberry outages. Watch the clip above!
Gizmodo's Matt Buchanan joined MSNBC's The Ed Show on October 5, 2011 to talk about the death of Steve Jobs. Watch the clip above.
Gizmodo's Joe Brown appeared on MSNBC on September 28, 2011 to talk about the new Amazon Kindle. Watch the clip above!
Gizmodo's Joe Brown appeared on MSNBC's NewsNation on September 19, 2011 to talk about Netflix. Watch the clip above.
Gizmodo's Joe Brown claimed a desk in the MSNBC Newsroom on August 26, 2011 in preparation for Hurricane Irene coverage. He joined MSNBC's Tamron Hall, Thomas Roberts and Contessa Brewer for live interviews about the technology used during hurricanes.
Gizmodo's Sam Biddle appeared on MSNBC on Saturday July 9, 2011 to talk about QR Codes with anchor Alex Witt. Watch the clip above.
Gizmodo editor-in-chief Joe Brown joined MSNBC Live on July 6, 2011 to talk about the Facebook announcement. Watch above.
Being useless at English myself, I will be the last one to criticize other people's mistakes. I just find weird that, in the middle of the rush to get the news out, many people killed Obama instead of Osama tonight.
Joe Brown, Gizmodo's Feature Editor, popped by MSNBC to talk about all things iPad 2 with Chuck Todd (who's a huge Gizmodo fan!) and Savannah Guthrie on The Daily Rundown. Joe echoes much of what we expect to see today so be sure to watch the video.
MSNBC's new flash-based "visual newsreader" (as opposed to?) presents headlines by either spinning them off of a colorful 3-D spiral or spawning them from the dominant colors in front of your webcam. The service, called Spectra, is one of the most ridiculous ways to communicate information I've seen in a long time. So…
That makes sense. Madness...if not for the fact that I WANT to believe.
That's what MSNBC's Gary Krakow claims, as he descends into the mad crossover world of audiophiles hunting for special series of PS1s that double as incredible CD players. You, sir, are as wild and crazy as your profile shot implies.