Seven years ago before he became the face of DC’s cinematic universe, Zack Snyder adapted one of DC’s most famous graphic novels, Watchmen. And critical reaction was divided. All these years later, however, the movie holds up for me, for one simple reason: It’s incredibly gorgeous.
Jessica Jones, which comes to Netflix on Friday, is a game-changer for Marvel. She’s a different sort of hero than anyone we’ve seen thus far, and ventures into darker territory. But long before Jessica Jones was changing Marvel on screen, she marked a whole new day in Marvel Comics.
IBM turns 100 today, but since Willard Scott hasn't paid tribute yet we'll do our part to wish America's most innovative company the happiest of birthdays. And for every Watson and ThinkPad you've already heard of, there are hundreds—thousands—of life-altering inventions for which we can thank Big Blue. More »
In case you couldn't figure it out, the pun is: Google Waving the year goodbye. That's so cheesy I've even decided on a specific type of cheese it most resembles: Brie. Anyway, this video is fun. Everyone loves playing a game of "remember that!," and this one even makes me want to figure out what Google Wave does. Job…
DC recently completed its latest weekly series, the twelve-part anthology Wednesday Comics. Although the stories themselves are somewhat uneven, the cumulative effect of fifteen giant stories unfolding in an homage to the Sunday comics sections makes this worth seeking out.
It's the annual Goats and Gods episode, where the Gurus of Cool present the best and the worst of the past year. Also, Charlie reviews a new HP workstation, Stephen offers 12 must-have plug-ins for WordPress, and the duo offer another Rapid Fire Roundup of Cool Products they've seen during the week. [Free Podcast at …
Yes, yesterday brought us the good news that Segway, Inc. will be releasing two new models of its personal transportation devices. To celebrate, jump to peruse a quick little retrospective on the one gadget that finally brought peace to a wanting world and healed man of all his ailments.
Howstuffworks put together a sweet retrospective on technology that became popular in the 80s. Among them: PCs, VCRs, cable television, cell phones, camcorders, video game consoles—all things that were eventually used to deliver pornography to the masses.