Saturday, May 27, 2006

Cool map of the Internet

This site uses Google's "related sites" feature to show what site is connected to each other.

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Wednesday, May 24, 2006

The Top 25 X-Men

With literally hundreds to choose from, we sorted through the many mutants who have been part of an X-team over the past 40+ years. We looked into alternate futures, brief allegiances and long-standing members. These are the top 25 X-Men, the complete list.

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Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Battlestar Galactica Season 3 to be much darker

In an interview with SciFi Wire, actor James Callis, who plays Gaius Baltar, says that the new season of Battlestar Galactica which is currently filming and set to start in October, will be much darker, remorseless and relentless.

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X-Men: Last Stand Post-Credits Scene?

At the theater this weekend, when the credits roll, when the audiences begins to filter out of the exits... keep your seat. And then, perhaps, share this little secret with a few of your friends: the movie isn\'t over.

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Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Blu-Ray players to "self-destruct" if stolen media is detected

How nice of them! - To access the advanced features or transfer your movies over a home network, you'll need to connect your blu-ray player to the internet. If the provider doesn't like what the player reports about your content, they can permanently destroy your player remotely. Of course, they haven't activated this feature.. yet.

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"LOST" with No Repeats Next Season

My favorite show - It's a plight that Lost fans know all too well you tune in on a Wednesday night praying for a new episode only to find a random repeat from nearly a season earlier, or else a lengthy and unexpected clip show. ABC is hoping to eliminate that experience.

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Monday, May 15, 2006

How The Da Vinci Code Doesn't Work - from HowStuffWorks

In this article, you'll learn what happened when HowStuffWorks took a close, hard look at "The Da Vinci Code" and how it uses science, technology, art and history.

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