Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Here’s what else is going on in nerd news around the Web:
Studio ensures audiences that Captain America will indeed get some: British actress Hayley Atwell has been chosen to play Peggy Carter, the apple of Captain America/Steve Rogers eye opposite Chris Evans.
[via The Hollywood Reporter]
Tweet of the day:
RIP: News came this week that BBC America canceled post-apocalyptic show Survivors.
[via Slice of Sci-Fi]
Love, Steve Jobs: The Apple CEO replied to yet another customer email. This time to Alex J., who to Apple requesting Jobs show him a sign that he still cared about Final Cut Pro after he heard about a group of engineers leaving the company. I wonder how surprised Alex was to receive this reply in his inbox?
“We certainly do. Folks who left were in support, not engineering. Next release will be awesome.”
Marvel has more cameos up its sleeve: To continue its superhero film franchise friendship bracelet, Marvel plans on tacking on a few more cameos to the end of Iron Man 2. This time around it’ll be be Thor and Captain America stepping in during the film’s final moments.
[via Cinema Blend]
Comic Book Cartography: These old school comic charts and maps are awesome:
For posterity: As if we needed more reasons for our descendants to be horribly embarrassed by us, the Library of Congress announced today that it will acquire the entire Twitter archive. Yes. Everything.
[via The Daily What]
Foursquare, even the History Channel is doing it: The History Channel announced that to promote new series America, The Story of Us, it has created a new Foursquare badge that will team users more about their check-in locations as they log them.
New Toy Story 3 Clips:
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