The government of Nepal were very clear on what a Mountaineer should do when encountering an abominable snowman. In 1959, Ernest H. Fisk, counselor of the US embassy in Kathmandu, summarized the rules for American travelers in Nepal. You can read the full memo at the US National Archives.
This is definitely going on my bucketlist.
Cornell Creative Machines Lab wanted to see what would happend if two Cleverbot AI ChatBots had a conversation with each other.
Who'd have guessed that the omnipresence of digital recording devices would eventually prove the existence of a God.
Texas - A Teen is claiming he shot and killed a real live chupacabra, but many biologists suspect the hairless animals are in fact sick coyotes or another wild animal.
Across an open field in Texas, Carter Pope spotted a strange animal.
We bought the T-shirt and had the esoteric removal men in, now finally the movie may have arrived, maybe.
Featuring the voice of Ed Bishop from Gerry Andersons "UFO" series, not unsurprisingly this UK TV pilot was never aired
Gil Scott-Heron was one of a kind. His politically-infused songs and poetry defined a new generation of activism for many people in the ’70s and ’80s. The “Godfather of Hip-Hop” died on Friday, May 27, 2011 in New York. Remembering Gil, here’s a video of his best known work, The Revolution Will Not Be Televised.
Prepare to be blown away, get out of the walled garden and dump Apple iTunes.
Miro 4 has just been released! We believe the open media world can be just as integrated and usable as the closed, top-down, DRM'ed systems of companies like Apple. And we want to prove it. Miro, free and open-source, is now a full alternative to iTunes and Windows Media Player:
Remember when you could search Google and actually find what you were looking for and now you can't...
Eli Pariser of the progressive organization MoveOn says the Internet is hiding things from us, and we don’t even know it. In this TED Talk he calls out Facebook, Google and other corporations who are transforming the Internet to suit their corporate interests: