“Here comes 9/11!” »
So, not many folks around these parts are really talking about the new Scream TV show currently airing on MTV. That probably speaks volumes to the general level of interest in the transformation of the Scream film franchise into a 10 episode small screen experience. Maybe it doesn’t appeal to the current MTV… »
Welcome to my AMA, which I will use to reference Sluggy Freelance at every chance. But seriously, I’m here today to talk about Early Childhood Education and my experiences with Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome. »
Some of the most enjoyable parts of the Ace Attorney games are the crazy characters you encounter and their equally crazy animations. Here are a few of the best from the first chapter of the newest game in the series, Dai Gyakuten Saiban—in gif form. »
“I take my dream with me. But it will not be lost to humanity. It will belong to you the day the world is educated enough to profit by it and wise enough not to abuse it.”
Light Yagami from Death Note shows what’s good, bad and weird about anime all in one extra-dramatic montage. »
Tomorrow we have Archnemesis Goldenhair taking your questions on early childhood education, raising a geeklet in the modern world, and PCOS. Then on Saturday Faz.Alam will tell us more than we want to know about infectious diseases (eww, ick) and the history of Peer Review. »
Though his videos can be very hit or miss for me, especially his video game theories ones that heavily use pseudo science. But his new video about what the Kamehameha actually is was very interesting, even if he did keep getting the pronunciation wrong.
Leigh Lahav’s new video perfectly encapsulates why we’ll be forever watching the MCU... at least until the triplets are born or Kurt Russell sends us all back to the Stone Age. »
After Alliterator’s recent, great post on long comic runs by creators (not owner-creators), I’ve been thinking about the creators who have taken some ownership of characters/teams/stories in long running comics. I’m looking for runs that bring characters to new light. It’s what I’m interested in reading, right now, so… »
This show about hacking subculture moves away from its’ Fight Club plot for a moment do a little hacking. And while the tricks are nice (and somewhat authentic), the whole thing left me feeling off. And I can’t tell if that’s good or bad.
Updated 05/12/2015: I will be reposting this thing every week on random days. Because apparently there are people who don’t come here every hour, for some reason. Also yes I am aware that the content repeats itself omg how do i kinja. Whoo boy. It’s been kind of crazy these last few weeks around here. Some behind the… »