Legions of Game of Thrones fans cringed through the final scene of last week’s episode, but what if the episode had played out the way we all hoped it would?
We’re now developing prototypes of vehicles that have been designed from the ground up to drive themselves—just push a button and they’ll take you where you want to go!
…they’ll be designed to operate safely and autonomously without requiring human intervention. They won’t have a steering wheel, accelerator pedal, or brake pedal… because they don’t need them. Our software and sensors do all the work.
The future just got a little bit closer.
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I LEARNED A THING
When it comes to sequels I am always on the more nervous end of the spectrum and for some reason when it’s a comedy sequel I get extra twitchy.
The thing I loved about Anchorman was that it was largely harmless. Pretty gentle humour for the most part - laughs were found in a great choice of words and delivery. So the final scene of this trailer does make me nervous about the sequel - turning to a pretty easy ‘guess who’s coming to dinner’ bit seems a bit cheap.
I know you can’t get by on ‘odin’s raven’ lines forever, and there’s always a catch 22 with change in sequels…but I just hope part 2 can stay classy and not go for lowest common denominator stuff.
Early take on iOS7
Apparently, iOS7 is the most coherent and beautiful thing ever, hit by an ugly stick with many new great features that won’t work because they’re not thought-through. Got it?
Some nice looking features, and a heavy handed play for a younger market (bright icons, insta frame etc) Probably why many 30-something viewers went ‘yeuch!’ at the wallpaper image.
I guess Tweens just aren’t interested in astronomy.
What I love about Sharktopus and its brethren is that, unlike big-budget crapfests like Prometheus, it doesn’t insult its audience by pretending to be something it isn’t.
Huge part of why I watch crap films