|Monday, June 21, 2010 11:33 AM|
|The Hulk Thought of the Day|
| by Hulk|
Yeah, well, Hulk already have World Cup. No, it not Earth World Cup, but so what? Why puny humans always so "Earth first" about everything? Bah.
|Monday, June 21, 2010 11:30 AM|
|(Last updated on Monday, June 21, 2010 12:03 PM)|
| by Fëanor|
Fëanor pours the entire internet into the Recyclotron, and only the best links come out the other end for you to enjoy.
- You can own your own TARDIS! (Note: TARDIS does not work.)
- Star Wars characters wearing modern fashions.
- In honor of Father's Day, io9 picked the best and worst fathers in sci-fi. What, Captain Kirk a bad father?! Oh... wait, yeah. I guess I have to give them Walter Bishop, too, but come on! He's trying so hard now!
- Here's video of a guy playing the music AND sound effects for classic video games live on the violin.
- Here's a website that lists movies by how many people (and animals) died in them. (Via)
- 22 ordinary things that look like the Starship Enterprise. Some of these are cheating in my opinion, but still.
- Photos from the set of The Hobbit. Yay!!
- Another cool trailer for Metroid: Other M.
- John Carpenter's The Thing in seven minutes. This was handy, as I haven't seen that movie in a long time. Maybe it's time to rewatch it, in its entirety... (Via)
- Photos from the official opening of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
- This time around, I'm totally obsessed with World Cup. It seems like every sport I turn my attention on now I fall in love with. Anyway, I definitely prefer watching World Cup to watching the Phillies at the moment, because gah! I particularly love the dry wit of the commentators, and the way they do not mince words at all, but brutally rip into everybody on the field: the teams, the officials. It's great. Here's a spiffy calendar for following the standings (via). You can also follow the matches in real-time on Fifa.com.
- We could have electronic eyeglasses by the end of this year: "Liquid crystals can change their refractive index when an electrical charge is put through them, so wearers can switch between distance and reading in the time it takes to blink.... Putting in the kind of motion sensors that are used in the iPhone also allows the glasses to sense when someone is reading a book or a newspaper and so change the focal distance of the lenses automatically."
- Pixar/Star Wars mashup art. (Via)
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