Revenge Of The Food

See more ads featuring attack food here. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

“What Makes Us Great Is Often What Makes Us Ridiculous”

Physicist Janna Levin wrote a novel about Alan Turing and Kurt Gödel called A Madman Dreams of Turing Machines.  She describes the parallels between the two mathematicians which inspired her to bring them together in fiction: Alan Turing is most famous for breaking the German Enigma code during World War II. But among scientists, he’s [Read More...]

Sundaily Hilarity: The Secrets Of Jonathan Sperry

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Airbrushed To Death

Airbrushed to Death by ~spoonbard on deviantART Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Roland Joffé Makes Film About Opus Dei Founder

Roland Joffé, who made the classics, “The Killing Fields” and “The Mission,” is making a movie about St. Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer, founder of the controversial and powerful Opus Dei. He claims to have full creative control and to have entirely rejected the initial script given to him. What drew him to the project? he [Read More...]

Spider-Man Looks Dead

Thankfully, I refer not to the True Spider-Man.  Our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man who lives in our hearts will never die.  And I’m sure the Marvel Comics Spider-Man will persist as long as there is such a thing as Marvel Comics.  And most importantly to me, the Raimi-Maguire-Dunst Spider-Man looks slated to take its fourth chapter [Read More...]

Mushroom City

MUSHROOM CITY by =cetrobo on deviantART Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Moments

A simply beautiful 4 minute film by Will Hoffman, which comes to us via Radiolab. Having heard a Radiolab series on moments of death, he gives us moments of life. Within seconds I realized it had to be watched in full screen rather than just in the relatively tiny space of a youtube box, so [Read More...]

The Day’s Cycle In 5 Distinct Locations

A really neat photographic presentation of all the phases of a day in each of 5 different locations. [Read more...]


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