This comic just speaks for itself, and is 111% true when it comes to the daily news, spinning irrational fears to the ignorant masses.
That is being printed out and going up on my wall.
June 6, 1944, D-Day, the day the tide of WWII changed (for better or worse is for sci-fi writers to discuss), it was 63 years ago, and all we have now are the stories our grandparents tell us, and Saving Private Ryan. But this June 6, 2007, XM will rebroadcast the original radio announcments, in real time, starting at 12:41 am EST and ending at 5:45 pm EST June 7, 2007 on The 40’s Channel. They will also play music from the era too.
I must admit, this is awesome, and I wish I had XM radio, but I’m sure it will make its way onto the internet, it just won’t be the same…
next they have to do Orson Welles’ War of The World’s broadcast.
Stumbling to this is by far the main reason why Stumble Upon is just awesome.
Could this portrayal of the Solar System’s future be true? Who knows as most of use reading it now will not be around to see it (a handful will have discovered the key to immortality and will share it with our closest friends, but thats not many people). All i have to say is that the good stuff doesn’t start to happen till +3 Billion years.
These are pretty amazing creations made with old computer parts, very nice, could probably make some money off some of them…
Way more photos over at TechEBlog
This guy made the ultimate LEGO Star Wars Space Port.
Maybe you can’t see it, but that single replacement screw costs 61 Euro, which is about $82. So, think Sony’s trying to make some money on something?