Popular Science was one of my favorite magazines as a teenager. I was amazed by the inventions of mere mortals, and wondered if there was some sort of genetic mutation that allowed a select few to see
In an effort to keep the Lucas Cultural Arts Museum in San Francisco (and out of Chicago), advocacy group sf.citi (San Francisco Citizens Initiative for Technology and Innovation) will publish a full
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Bravo to George Lucas for making a mockery of many of our childhoods. The <i>Star Wars</i> creator (and destroyer) has <a
One good idea. That’s all it takes. One. And then you can milk it forever, diluting the original source material until it is just a pale puddle worthy of no attention at all. Star Wars is going 3-D.
It’s not quite what you think, though. Sorta, maybe. "The Skywalkers aren’t in it, and it’s about minor characters. It has nothing to do with Luke Skywalker or Darth Vader or an
George Lucas is giving up suing every organism on Earth and will let fans of all shapes and sizes cut, edit and re-edit a selection of some 250 Star Wars clips to their heart’s content. Well, so