Earlier today Harmonix announced on the Rock Band website that they are releasing Rock Band 2 later this year. Now a lot of gaming sites already talked about that there were making Rock Band 2 but they haven’t officially announced it until now. Now this …continue reading
One of the most spectacular anatomy exhibits that I have ever seen in my life has been the Body Worlds exhibit in Phoenix Arizona. Body Worlds is an exhibit that shows real humans, who have been preserved through a process called plastination. Each exhibit showcases …continue reading
The Headplay Personal Cinema System combines its revolutionary design with proprietary, high-performance optical technologies to deliver a portable, personal viewing experience not currently available in the market. Connecting directly to game consoles, DVD players, iPods, PCs and cell phones, the Personal Cinema System is …continue reading
Choice of footwear is important for many reasons. Now it appears that a bad choice may have further reaching implications than previously known.
from Popular Science
For non-metrosexual men, they’re one of three pairs of shoes on the closet floor. Between the dusty brown loafers …continue reading
Harmonix, the world’s premier music video game company in the world, and MTV Games, a part of Viacom’s MTV Networks, along with marketing and distribution partner Electronic Arts Inc., are taking the groundbreaking music platform that forever changed the face of music video games to …continue reading
In Omaha, swimming records are being re-written as swimmers compete for spots on the U.S. Olympic swim team. The men’s and women’s records may be attributed to having better conditioned athletes and new training methods. It may be attributed to new swimsuit technology.
Both TYR …continue reading
Research identifies the reason humor is common to all human societies, its fundamental role in the evolution of homo sapiens and its continuing importance in the cognitive development of infants
A new publication answers centuries’ old questions regarding the mechanism and function of humor, identifying …continue reading
Sam Glover on Caveat Emptor is reporting that nearly everyone that had a credit card, loan or credit account, or an open line of credit at any point from January 1, 1987 to May 28, 2008 you maybe entitled to a settlement from a class …continue reading
Montgomery Ward had a data breach. Hackers accessed the company’s data base and over fifty thousand (50,000) customers had their personal, confidential information compromised. Montgomery Ward compounded the problem by not informing their customers of this breach of security:
“NEW YORK (AP) — An old …continue reading
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee John McCain unveiled details of his economic policy today, telling an audience in Ohio that if elected he would support a real estate tax holiday for beer heiresses.
Sen. McCain said that his tax holiday plan could lead to a revival …continue reading
Anyone who has had a severe migraine headache will describe an excruciating pain. This pain may be accompanied by sensitivity to light and to sound, as well as feeling of nausea and weakness. Sometimes, medication will alleviate the symptoms. Mostly it is just waiting for the …continue reading
Setting folder and file permissions gives you some network security, but it doesn’t secure your PC desktop. When you use the NT file system (NTFS) in Vista, however, you can set file permissions at the local PC level. That means that a user sitting down …continue reading
Eurogamer Network and Sony Computer Entertainment Europe are happy to announce that David Smith, Co-Founder and Technical Director of LittleBigPlanet developer Media Molecule, will face questions from Eurogamer.net readers on Wednesday, 2nd July from 4pm BST (UK time) / 5pm CET.
Eurogamer LiveText interviews …continue reading
Milk goes green: Cows that receive recombinant Bovine Somatotropin (rbST) make more milk, all the while easing natural resource pressure and substantially reducing environmental impact, according to a Cornell University study to be published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (June 30, …continue reading