With its infrared sensors, the Herschel telescope will let humans see objects in the universe so cold and faint they emit no visible light.
Sam Tsui talks with TIME’s Dan Fletcher about the video that made him a YouTube sensation
Only by taking … this dagger … to the secret guardian temple … can you make me stop breathlessly uttering exposition …
Judging by their accents, Persia is somewhere not very far from London.
Lev and I are both big fans of McGee’s original Alice and over the weekend a trailer for the sequel hit the Web. It looks absolutely batsh*t crazy. The Return of Alice is slated for a 2011 launch on the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. Let’s talk about what happened…
Update: It turns out that this is a fan made trailer that American and Spicy …
Everything’s bigger, faster, louder — in other words very sequel-y. But it’s still about moral choices, people. You’re not actually supposed to enjoy incinerating splicers with your awesome plasmids!
Your DM commands you to watch this video or perish in the swamp to the east of the bog that’s west of the cottage.
I’m just one of those people for whom gag reels are automatically funny:
Update: it was good while it lasted.
It’s not that big a deal. He probably speaks all the time. But if you want to watch him speak to somebody from Time, namely my friend Gilbert, check it out:
If you’re mainly interested in Star Trek stuff, jump ahead to 4:56.
So apparently News Corp. and NBC Universal, with the aid of Yahoo, Microsoft, AOL and MySpace, are going to set up a video portal, in effect saying, “it’s my Scattergories, and I’m going home” to YouTube.
A few thoughts on this. We’ve known all along that the YouTube revolution was not a unitary entity, that it consisted of two …
I don’t know what you were doing this weekend, but most of the billionaires I know were in Davos for the World Economic Forum. It was a pretty quiet Davos this year, as evidenced by the fact that it was pretty big news when Chad Hurley mentioned that YouTube might start sharing ad revenue with content creators.
There’s been some …