From Minute Physics
Once upon a time Apple computers were really cool, and their marketing was really really bad.
Richard Feynman on philosophies and calculations in science.
Boston Dynamics robots pushing it.
Paul Engemann - Push It to The Limit
No more "third time's a charm" when plugging in USB.
USB Type-C, one port for charging, data and display, now available with the new Chromebook Pixel.
Are we using the internet to conduct too much of our lives? Are we unknowingly eroding our "real-world" relationships of genuine meaning by maintaining them on Facebook? Philosopher Luciano Floridi explains why blaming technology for intellectual and social laziness is misguided. The notion that our machines will inevitably usurp control from us ignores a crucial fact: humans are the designers of technology. So what kind of role do we want technology to play in our lives? How do we accomplish this through design?
This program is part of The Big Idea Series, made possible with support from the John Templeton Foundation.
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A complete tutorial for solving the Rubik's Cube blindfolded using the 'Classic/Old Pochmann' method.
Link to SpeedSolving.com thread
Bill Gates speaks to a crowd, singing the praises of Macinosh.
Stars from the 70's got together in 1981 to film this commercial.
Among a huge cast are 55 entertainment and sports celebrities, ranging from tuneful Olivia Newton-John to frog-flat Paul Newman.
Among others: John Travolta, Cheryl Tiegs, Tracy Austin, Muhammad Ali, Carol Burnett.
A week later the NBC campaign closed with a Bob Hope special nationwide antidrug alert.
A comedy about medieval tech support, learning how to use a book.
It's from a show called ystein & Meg (ystein & I) produced by the Norwegian Broadcasting television channel (NRK) in 2001.
The spoken language is Norwegian, the subs in Danish.
It's written by Knut Nrum and performed by ystein Bache and Rune Gokstad.
The plant is bought by Germans, who of course come from the land of chocolate.
From the Simpsons episode, "Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk".
Buddy Rich and Animal duke it out on the drums on The Muppet Show.
Bart is Prince Hamlet in this Simpsons version of William Shakespeare's classic.
His uncle Claudius (Moe) marries Gertrude (Marge) after killing King Hamlet (Homer) by way of poison.
The King returns to his son, telling him of the betrayal and requesting that his death be avenged.
I pity the fool who doesn't respect their mother....
Bart and Lisa scam a delivery service out of enough boxes to build a castle in their back yard.
A battle ensues when the company wants their boxes back.
From the Simpsons episode Rome-old and Juli-eh.