From Australian comedians Merrick Watts and Tim Rosso of The Merrick & Rosso Show, here is “Almost Transformers,” a skit where they imagine what the Transformers would be like if they were household appliances.
Apple recently started seeding to developers the second beta version of its 2.2 software update for the iPhone and iPod touch and it’s becoming more clear what will be included in the update. Right now, it looks like the key new features focus on the Maps application which is built for the iPhone byContinue reading “What’s In The iPhone 2.2 Software Update?”
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Upon closer inspection of a Cascadian Farm bag of frozen broccoli florets, blogger Alicia Carrier of bread & honey noticed tiny freakish faces popping out. She needed her macro lens to confirm such weirdness.
Pepsi is redesigning its globe logo. A ’smile’ will characterize brand Pepsi, while a ‘grin’ is used for Diet Pepsi and a ‘laugh’ is used for Pepsi Max. The company will spend $1.2 billion over three years to change everything about its brands – “How they look, how they’re packaged, how they will be merchandisedContinue reading “Pepsi Unveils New Logo & Bottles”
The most popular soap opera of 2008 has been the presidential campaign. Those of us who’ve become addicted to it (I am one, although I say it with no pride) have had a chance to savor every quip, gaffe, and tear. We’ve listened to thousands of pundits and 10,000 sound bites. If words were weasels,Continue reading “Stephen King on TV’s Role In The Election”
Nothing quite prepares you for the culture shock of Jay Walker’s library. You exit the austere parlor of his New England home and pass through a hallway into the bibliographic equivalent of a Disney ride. Stuffed with landmark tomes and eye-grabbing historical objects—on the walls, on tables, standing on the floor—the room occupies about 3,600Continue reading “Jay Walker’s Amazing Library”