The hoverboard from Back to the Future: Part II is one of the most iconic artifacts of 20th century futurism. But surprisingly, the hovering toys were originally envisioned to be much larger than what made it on screen. That's according to John Bell, the visual effects art director on the classic 1989 film.
Robocop, Detroit's favorite half-man half-machine all-cop son, knew he had to act when Detroit announced bankruptcy last week, so he began this Kickstarter to help the Motor City out. I have to admit, the $100 million donation prize is pretty damned tempting.
Do you remember how your life was like without the Internet? Wondering and daydreams without Google confirmation, restaurant and bar picks without online reviews, working hard because there is no such thing as the Internet to goof off on, actually seeing friends in real life—it all sounds so awesome! But if you…