• So Now Facebook Has Check-Ins — What About Twitter?

    So Now Facebook Has Check-Ins — What About Twitter?

    At an event on Wednesday, Facebook unveiled Places, their new location element that allows users to check-in to venues. Obviously, this mimics the core feature of smaller startups like Foursquare, Gowalla, Loopt, and dozens of others. The move of the big boys into this space was inevitable, but it is somewhat surprising that it has taken this long. The next question may be: will Twitter… Read More

  • The Firefly intro re-imaged as an '80s-era show

    Yeah, this is probably the best thing you’ll see on the Internet today — maybe this weekend. It’s that good. You’ll appreciate it even if you haven’t seen one episode of Firefly. Fun fact: I’ve only seen the series premier for some reason I can’t explain. Read More

  • Comics about video blogs. Dr. Horrible hits shelves today.

    Comic books seem to be quite the staple in the Whedonverse bag of tricks. Buffy comes to an end? Comic books. Firefly gets cancelled? Serenity just isn’t enough? Comic books. Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog is done? Bam. Comic Books. Today is no exception, as the prequel to Dr. Horrible went on sale in full-color glory. Read More

  • Microsoft Surface gets its' first game, Firefly

    Matt was impressed by the Surface back at CES so I’m inclined to go along based on his judgement. The Sarcastic Gamer gets up close and personal with the Surface’s first game called Firefly. Check out the video and see what it’s all about. It looks really neat. Read More

  • FireFly anti-dust device

    Sure there are a ton of new digital SLRs with built-in dust reduction systems, but how can you be sure that you’ve got all the dust off? Because most of those systems use variations on the same technology – the imaging sensor or glass covering the sensor is vibrated at high speeds – there’s always a chance that static electricity might cause some dust to stay stuck. Read More