Ah if it were that easy lol
How will the ways we work, play and love change over the next 10 — or 30 — years?
List by Michio Kaku:
- Computers Will Disappear
- Augmented Reality Will Be Everyday Reality
- The Brain-Net Will Augment the Internet
- Capitalism Will Be Perfected
- Robots Will Be Commonplace
- Aged Body Parts Will Be Replaced
- Parents Will Design Their Offspring
- Cybermedicine Will Extend Lives
- Dictators Will Be Big Losers
- Intellectual Capitalism Will Replace Commodity Capitalism
This is interesting. What do yall think? Good idea? Bad idea?
Personally, I’m a little on the fence. I’m not a big fan of the dark and dreary films as of late. However I do think it’s good that they are actively making movies. I would like a Wonder Woman movie but I also want other movies like a Robin movie or a Booster Gold movie and if they just keep regurgitating Superman and Batman then we’ll never see anyone else.
I like that they are going low budget since for them it’s a lower risk if the movie doesn’t succeed, which means they won’t get cold feet on their next project if it doesn’t do as well. But are they starting with the right groups of people? I feel like it would be better if they tried with Green Arrow or Black Canary or a non-Hal Jordan Green Lantern or Nightwing. I feel like they are gripping characters like Wonder Woman, The Flash, etc. so close to their chest that they are afraid to fail with them and it’s better to just not make a movie at all. I would rather have a bunch of movies that are meh and one or two really great movies than no movies and missed marks like we have now.
So what are your opinions?
I would love to see a booster gold, blue beetle, or even a dr fate movie.
inFORM: An Interactive Dynamic Shape Display that Physically Renders 3D Content
Five engineers from the tangible media group at MIT’s media lab have developed ‘inFORM’, a dynamic shape display that has the capability to render three-dimensional content physically, so users can interact with tangible digital information.
Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster (Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy)
.5 oz Bourbon
.75 oz Gin
1 oz Sour Apple Pucker
.5 oz Blue Curacao
1 oz Lemon Juice
.5 oz Simple Syrup
1 Lemon Twist
Directions: Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into a cocktail glass. Squeeze your lemon peel above the drink and throw it in. Serve. Drink… but very carefully.
One of the top requested drinks in the comments of each video is the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster from Douglas Adams’s Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. This version of the drink is created by Mitch Hutts for my Geek & Sundry vlog, Critical Hit Cocktails.