[gallery] streeter: collegehumor: Streeter imagines museums of the future. I have a new CH article up tonight.  One of my favorite comedy things to do is think about how future people think about us.  I think a lot of what we consider to be normal, rational behavior will be...

[gallery] It’s a little known fact—so little-known as to be essentially untrue—that the popular AMC series Mad Men is based on an obscure comic strip from the early 1960s. The strip, Those Madison Avenue Men!, was an almost painful attempt to exploit its era’s Zeitgeist and...

Director Kevin MacDonald, best known for Touching the Void and The Last King of Scotland, is urging everyone in the world to film a slice of their lives Saturday and upload it to YouTube. He plans to sift through it all, weaving our collective days...

[gallery] “With opening weekend box office receipts of $62.8 million, it’s clear that the film “Inception” appeals to a broad audience, but Silicon Valley in particular is burning with love for this movie. And I can see why: I loved Inception because I am a geek...

[gallery] dearlindsaylohan: Dear Lindsay Lohan – Friday, July 23rd, 2010 (click to enlarge) Dear Lindsay Lohan, To me it feels like cheating when someone orders mac & cheese at a restaurant. It’s simply too good to be considered a meal. It would be like ordering a breakfast that consists of...

[gallery] wildcat2030: Are Augmented Reality Textbooks on the Horizon? emergentfutures: Are Augmented Reality Textbooks on the Horizon? According to The New Media Consortium’s 2010 Horizon Report, simple augmented reality is two to three years away. One of the possibilites for using that technology is in augmented reality...

[gallery] Reynolds cites Bert Krages, an attorney specializing in photography law (very cool!), who explains “The general rule is that if something is in a public place, you’re entitled to photograph it.” And there’s nothing in the the Patriot or Homeland Security acts that says otherwise,...