Saw this Star Wars / Call Me Maybe mashup and couldn’t resist. It’s that kind of day 🙂
Riding atop NASA’s modified Boeing 747 carrier aircraft, NASA’s drop-test article – the not quite an Orbiter Enterprise – flew to the New York area on April 27, 2012. It’s final home: the Intrepid Sea Air and Space Museum.
Over the last few weeks we’ve read that hundreds of thousands of Apple Macintosh computers running OSX have become infected with the Flashback trojan, which is a type of virus that could, through a hole in Java security, infect your Mac and connect it to a botnet of over half a million other Macs. And we’ve also read […]
I’m a huge Portal (and Portal 2) fan, so when I saw this fan-made production making the rounds of the social media nets, I had to check it out. Wow. Watch the HD version, full screen, with the audio cranked.
Summer’s almost over and if you’ve got a student in your family, it’s time to start thinking about prepping their computer to safely return to Hogworts school. Proper computer security is a defensive game. You want to build processes (both software and behavioural) that encase your computing environment in a series of protective shells, protecting […]
Yep, looks like Aliens: Colonial Marines will be released in 2012 — great news for anyone wanting to go on a bug hunt. Of course, when I saw this teaser video, I just had to share it:
I love it when coincidence and synergy lead to a blog post, this post in fact. In a post earlier this week, Seth Godin lead us through the history of the Library and the Librarian. In his post, he eventually settled on the somewhat alarming concept that the Library was basically dead: Wikipedia and the […]