. . . . or just a bloody good read?
I read an article by Sady Doyle some time back that slammed GOT for being misogynist. I thought it was totally off the planet and missed the point of many of the issues it complained about. I thought in most cases Marten was setting up . . . → Read More: Game of Thrones – misogynist, feminist . . .
I’ve mentioned before the sorts of electronic gadgetry I like installing.
Tweet . . . → Read More: MMM – The home of the future
I follow a facebook group called Joss Whedon should direct Star Wars 7, 8, and 9.
It is a bit of fun and has some nifty pics of Summer Glau as Mara Jade.
One post on the site asked followers, if they were going to be in the next Star Wars movie, what character would . . . → Read More: Put me in the next Star Wars movie!
Okay so let’s say boffins have invented devices capable of relatively cheap and safe teleportation of humans. There are two types of teleportation devices (fixed and multi-destination point) but so far only the fixed point devices have been released to the public. On a side note, the cost and potential danger involved the effective functioning . . . → Read More: Where would you go?
My wife complained that I’m prone to exaggeration.
I was so surprised I nearly tripped over my cock.
So, what’s the best/funniest whopper you ever heard?
I, and others, have written several times about the marvellous technological advances that have been basically foretold by speculative fiction. They are legion, and there is no point listing them again (well, there may be a point, but I am too tired to go find the references). The point is that I often wonder if . . . → Read More: Careful what you write for
Last night, I was privileged to be part of one of the most extraordinary events in my life. Looking at it objectively, you would wonder what’s so extraordinary about an elderly man, dressed in trademark light-blue, short-sleeved shirt and beige trousers, sitting on a stage, having a discussion with one of Australia’s most well known . . . → Read More: Sir David Attenborough – A Life on Earth
In any sci-fi movie worth its salt you will see a programmable food replicator. I’ve always wanted one. Hamburgers with chilli sauce on tap! Custard to go!
Well, it’s closer than I thought - Lab Creates Food Printed With Edible Ink
So much for the future, it’s almost here.
But can it make a cup . . . → Read More: I can haz cheeseburger?
I read an article yesterday stating that scientists are now considering cloning a woolly mammoth.
By way of disclaimer, I should point out that I have a vested interest in this issue. I’m a bit of a traditionalist in relationships and I do subscribe to the notion that as the male, I am the hunter . . . → Read More: A mammoth-sized issue…
(*Note: 3D viewing is only available if you have two screens side by side and are prepared to look cross-eyed at them.)
OK, so the blog isn’t really in 3D. But, one day in the future it will probably be re-released in 3D, like it seems a lot of movies are going to be.
We’ve . . . → Read More: SplatOn – Now available in 3D*