When I first got wind about the Panasonic HX-A500, I was really excited — mainly because I misheard it as coming with “four cake” capabilities.
I’ve done a lot of audio/video work during my day-to-day tasks at LockerGnome. During that time, I’ve gone through my fair share of equipment here in the home office. Some of this equipment I’d rather not speak about, but there are a handful …continue reading
When trolls try to bring you down on the Internet, you can feed into their negativity like a sucker, or you can get back at them through the power of music. Lily Allen took the latter approach, and I think it’s the better approach. What …continue reading
This is a sponsored post written on behalf of LG, but all opinions expressed are 100% my own. If you’d like to know more about specs and features of the LG 34UM95, I talked about them over here!
For the longest time, I’ve …continue reading
If you live in a brightly lit city or a place that’s cloudy all the time, you may not realize the heavenly splendor of an unobstructed night sky that hangs right above your head. But you don’t have to move out to the boondocks to …continue reading
This is a sponsored post written on behalf of LG, but all opinions expressed are 100% my own. If you’d like a more personal review of the LG 34UM95, I did one over here!
Multiple monitors might be one way to display visual …continue reading
For the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters, Mike Seiders of SDRS Creative crafted a beautiful infographic of interesting tidbits about not just the first movie, but Ghostbusters II, as well. RIP, Harold Ramis.
I was having a lousier than usual Monday until I saw this. Bustin’ …continue reading
About the only way I’ll tolerate a televised talent contest is when it’s a Bad Lip Reading televised talent contest. (Or The Gong Show, but let’s focus on what we do have instead of pining for what we don’t.)
“You don’t really want a …continue reading
Before Bjork ever sang about cars being asleep inside mountains, Transformers Season One began airing and set a course that has ultimately led to this weekend’s blockbuster release of Extinction. Regardless of your opinion of the Transformers movies (I happen to believe that Michael Bay …continue reading
For most of us, it’s what’s inside of beer bottles that tends to coax the music out. How else could karaoke have become such a phenomenon among otherwise shy coworkers and moping barflies when happy hour’s had its way? Anyway, the Bottle Boys from Denmark …continue reading
Anders Flanderz is a Swedish one-man band who does no disservice to the epic theme from Star Wars by bringing it to the streets of Stockholm on accordion, xylophone, horns, and various percussive implements.
His multitasking is impressive… most impressive.
[From Swedish Street …continue reading
Most of us are big fans of Game of Thrones here at LockerGnome. We’re also fans of science. So when the PBS-produced YouTube series It’s Okay To Be Smart decided to explain some of the anomalies of the Game of Thrones universe with science, well, …continue reading
If you’re a fan of the Battlestar Galactica reboot and you’ve been saying that you’ll “get around to” getting the complete series on DVD “one of these days,” I’m here to tell you that the wait is over. Today is the day!
Why the urgency? …continue reading
You just knew there had to be an entry for Daleks in the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Andrew Orton’s Channel gives us the skinny:
“Daleks are powered by static electricity and hate…”
[From Doctor Who: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Daleks (The …continue reading
Red tides — sometimes-toxic algal blooms of overabundant phytoplankton along coasts — can be detrimental to the health of everything from fish to manatees to sea lions to humans. But there’s no denying that the resulting bioluminescence is a captivating consolation prize — as seen …continue reading
Like spiders and snakes, bats seem to get a bad reputation from a portion of the populace for being somehow “creepy.” Maybe it’s because old-school vampires like Count Dracula could take on the form of a bat and flit about the night sky in search …continue reading