You know “MacGyver,” the TV show from the late ‘80s? Of course you do! Angus MacGyver (yes, his first name was Angus) is synonymous with ingenuity and getting out of bad situations with seemingly useless objects. There’s nothing he couldn’t rig with duct tape and a Swiss Army knife. Web developers, it’s time to pull… Continue reading Developers: time to channel MacGyver
One of the most appealing aspects of science fiction is that it allows us to take a peek into the future through the imagination of the writers and producers of books, movies, and television shows. Some of them are far-fetched… or at least they seem that way at the time. Others turn out to be… Continue reading Sci-Fi tech that turned out to be pretty accurate
One of the most popular TV shows of the 90s was the hilariously eccentric “Seinfeld.” The characters always seemed to get lost in translation and never truly had a grip on their lives. Jerry Seinfeld and his sidekicks always found ways into tough situations that, at the time, seemed like impossible feats to overcome. In… Continue reading Could “Seinfeld” live in today’s digital world?
Netflix has wanted to go social for a long time. They have been held back by an antiquated law that was rightfully removed late last year. Now, people will be able to share their movie and television show loves on social media. That’s great, and the video for that is below. Here, we’ll talk more… Continue reading Netflix gets social thanks to email spying bill
There are a lot of ways that Hollywood has changed the way we use the internet. On one side, the internet is an incredible well of knowledge and innovation, a place of creativity, inspiration, and easy communication. There is no question that the internet has, for better or for worse, morphed the way we view… Continue reading 5 things American Idol can teach businesses about social media
We’ve all seen the shots in sci-fi movies where the background was obviously manufactured. Background fill video technology is nothing new with green screens being the predominant type in Hollywood and around the world. What many don’t realize is that many of the television shows that they watch today aren’t filmed on location the way… Continue reading Background video technology brings the world to Hollywood
Greatness in television science fiction does not have a very strong track record. Star Trek didn’t last very long before getting cancelled. Even ST:TOS lasted much longer than Firefly. Despite all of the poor excuses for scifi TV series in recent years, Battlestar Galactica was the one shining piece of stellar entertainment. Unfortunately, SyFy backed… Continue reading SyFy needs to make a BSG Blood and Chrome series
For decades politicians have fought to gain a foothold in the crucial 18-24 demographic. No longer is this just a matter of having a photograph taken with a pop star or well-known celebrity, but instead a strong presence on social media is becoming a necessity in order to connect with young voters. These changes in… Continue reading Social media: How politicians will win the future over