May 22, 2013
A Weblog by Bradley Cain
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Moment Factory has posted a video detailing the computer technology behind Nine Inch Nails‘ Lights In The Sky tour.
If you want to see it for yourself join us November 21st in Columbia, MO!
Dunder Mifflin FTW!
[IMG via scenescreen.wordpress.com]
That’s Creative Suite 4 for you non-geeks.
Master Collection will set you back a paltry $2,499.
Time to refinance.
It’s rumored native x64 bit compatibility has made it into this release. That means each application can use more than 3 gigs of RAM. Ooh, sweet, sweet RAM.
Except on OSX — you fail.
The new Quantum of Solace theme leaked out this week as an instrumental version — in, of all things, a Coke Zero commercial.
Such a tease.
Now Jack White and Alicia Keys lay it on us full-on-vocal-style.
Umm, yeah, I’m not impressed.
Maybe Coke was on to something?
Cumin and paprika chicken with caramelized onions in tomato sauce.
It’s been three days since the Large Hadron Collider came online.
No black holes.
No Cloverfield attack.
And in response to increasing public curiosity about the experiment the LHC team has setup two webcams for your viewing pleasure.
I totally spotted the Cigarette Smoking Man.
[IMG via www.cyriak.co.uk]
Umm. My brain hurts.
Steve Jobs shit out some new iPods and a new iTunes today.
At least there’s a sexy new iPod Touch.
[IMG via apple.com]
I’ve seen it already (don’t ask) and it totally rocked!
It’s X-Files meets Lost.
Oh yeah, and there’s that dude from Dawson’s Creek.
[IMG via fox.com]
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Esquire Magazine went all future-awesome on us and put out their 75th Anniversary Issue with an embedded E Ink display.
In small form.
For 90 days.
Leave it to Fatty McFatfat Michael Moore to break into the world of digital film distribution.
On September 23, his latest, Slacker Uprising will be available to download for free for three weeks only.
It tells the tale of Moore’s 2004 multi-city tour through America’s swing states to rally the youth vote.
After that you have to buy it from Amazon or rent it from Netflix.
Chris Carter. Please. Bring the X-Files to the tubes where it belongs.
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