The first Hollywood movie featuring notable stars was released on YouTube today. It will only take 79 minutes of your time to find out if it is any good.
Deb Roy shared insights from 90,000 hours of home video with the TED 2011 audience. In addition to mapping the language acquisition of his infant son, Roy revealed a blueprint for data mining complex relationships in mass media engagement.
A web site is collecting, organizing, and expanding a universal library of recognizable symbols, the building blocks of the world’s visual language.
National Geographic manages to lift a real-life house into the air with balloons. It was a wasteful choice, if the 300 balloons were filled with helium.
On April 6th, the Bloomington Geek Dinner attendees will hear an Indianapolis band, Five Year Mission, whose goal is to write an original song for every Star Trek episode.
Richard Hoover of NASA is just the latest to claim evidence of alien life. Pending further review by his peers, skepticism is running high.
PostRank applies their real-time engagement monitoring engine to reveal which TED talks are being discussed.