The city of Philadelphia was aglow as it welcomed 13 teens from across the globe, all winners in the National Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s Digital Arts Contest.
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The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, led by conductor Eímear Noone, brought a packed Mann Center to its feet for three encores - a triumphant achievement.
Are you angry at yourself for spending so much time leveling in World of Warcraft? Just when some of you thought you were getting your lives back, Blizzard Entertainment announced today that ‘World of Warcraft: Mist of Pandaria’ will be released on September 25, 2012. It will be the fourth expansion for the game, and it will be released in [...]
2011 has come and gone, leaving a stack of backlogged games and discarded Christmas trees in its wake. Despite our need to finally spend some quality time with Skyrim, there’s no stopping the video game release schedule. It seems like every year is purported by someone to be “the best ever” and we’re sure 2012 will be no exception. This [...]
I managed to play more games in 2011 than any year before it (38, in total). It’s nice to see just how good the large majority of those games were. As the industry moves forward, the standard of quality is going higher. Publishers seem like they’re getting more used to the idea of releasing games outside of the three-month holiday [...]
Christ, I’m getting old. Here’s an product posted under “Vintage” on Etsy. Seller Amy (who adores question marks) says: This is a blast from the past! Created in 1987 this toy computer has the appearance of the first computers I learned on! This working toy features a number of math games, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division as well as a [...]
At Tek Lado Central, we had a whiteboard since day one, and we pretty much used it for that many days. I think the first words we wrote up there were “EARN $$ TO EAT” because, you know, if you put it on a whiteboard, it’s definitely going to happen. (Thank you, Magic Whiteboard.) We also put up our tax [...]
Tim & Joe created this video for New Look’s new video for the song “Nap on the Bow.” It’s actually created with Kinect data—the depth information from the laser. Here are some production shots. For more info about how they did it, click here. [Via The Atlantic]