Women in Tech
March 24th, 2019
Women in Tech
8 Captain Marvel Easter Eggs You May Have Missed
What Your Hogwarts House Says About Your Business Acumen
Which Harry Potter Hogwarts house do you belong to? And what does that say about your chances of success in business? Find out here.
5 Best Lifetime Movies You Should Watch in 2019
Despite its reputation, Lifetime has release a bunch of strong original productions over the years. Here are the top 5 you should watch in 2019.
Into the Spider-Verse Animator Details Oscar-Winning Secrets
Sony Pictures Animator Josh Beveridge breaks down the process of animating the Oscar-winning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
An Inside Look at Botnik Studios' Absurd AI
Botnik Studios Co-creator Jamie Brew and Chief Scientist Elle O’Brien gave us some key insight on their fascinatingly zany, AI-driven projects.
Top 5 Super Bowl LIII Commercials
With creativity and humor abound, let's take a look at the five best commercials of Super Bowl LIII.
Olivia Munn Talks Health Science and The Predator
Actress Olivia Munn discusses how she became interested in the science of healing and her latest action film, The Predator.
NatGeo's Latest Tech Entertainment: Mars and Valley of the Boom
In late 2018, two shows featuring different eras of technology caught our eye: NatGeo's MARS and Valley of the Boom.
VR Music Videos: When Done Well, They're Kind of Incredible
Fibrum's VR experience at CES showcases what may be a bright future for VR music videos.
Waking Up: Sam Harris on Mindfulness in the (Dis)Connected Age
In this exclusive full-length interview with Sam Harris, we discuss social media's impact, our haphazard approach to AI, Sam's Waking Up Course, and more.
Conversations with Corddry, Pt 2: For the Love of Podcasts
In this second part, we’ll explore Rob Corddry’s love for podcasts, what his own podcast would look like, and what his some of his favorite series are.
Pixar's Kureha Yokoo on Her "Embarrassing" First Project
In this interview snippet, animator Kureha Yokoo discusses her very first animation project and the early working environment at Pixar.
5 Predictions For The Disney+ Streaming Service
With the future release of Disney's streaming service, we have some predictions that we see for Disney+ and the streaming world as a whole.
Combining AI and Humor: An Interview with Botnik Studios
We spoke with Botnik Studios Co-Creator Jamie Brew and Chief Scientist Elle O’Brien about the team’s live shows and their website’s Voicebox feature.
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II on Playing Black Manta
We had the chance to speak with Yahya Abdul-Mateen II about how he prepared for the role of Black Manta and what sort of technology was used in production.
Motion Smoothing: What is it and How to Turn it Off
Directors are waging war on motion smoothing. So, what is motion smoothing and how does it affect the way we experience visual media at home?
Conversations with Corddry, Pt 1: Rob Corddry Talks Comics
We explore Rob Corddry’s love for comics, how he feels about the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and which superhero he would portray on the big screen.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Review: A Web-Slinging Work of Art
An in-depth review of the brand new animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
The Ever-Changing World of Social Media
Social media is a fluid and quickly changing tech market. How have the key players in this space evolved over time? Find out here.
Scorpion Studios Talks Tech Realism in the Movies
Walter O'Brien talks Scorpion Studios, his consulting firm that makes technology and science in the movies more realistic.
Olivia Munn On The Problem With American Action Films
In this interview snippet, Olivia Munn discusses the major difference she sees between American cinema and the films she grew up with.
Lady Gaga Vs. Venom: Why Fake Reviews Are Flooding Twitter
According to a number of different outlets, Lady Gaga’s fans, also known as “Little Monsters,” have attempted to deter audiences from seeing the upcoming film...
3 Comic Book Creators Share Their Origin Stories
We spoke with Jim Davis (Garfield), Brian Michael Bendis (Ultimate Spider-Man), and Stan Sakai (Usagi Yojimbo) about the art of comic book creation.
Sifthub: TV Meets Tinder
Sift Software co-founder Danny Fawaz to discuss how the Sifthub application came to be, allowing users to discover new television shows.
Hollywood Looks to Tech in the World of Streaming
Television and the cable industry have changed rapidly in the face of streaming and Hollywood is looking to the tech world to keep up.
Searching Movie Review: Computer Screens Can Be Entertaining
How much can you expect from a movie filmed almost entirely on computer screens like Searching? Turns out, you can expect a lot.
A Legal Look At Social Media Bots
Examining the world of social media bots through a legal lensIn the world of social media, having a large number of followers or subscribers is everything. But what...
Corporate Social Media Accounts Worth Following
Social media can be tricky. According to HootSuite, Twitter has 330 million active monthly users. Instagram, on the other hand, has 1 billion active monthly users...
8 Incredibly Pointless Websites That Make Uselessness an Art Form
The internet seems inherently useful, but these 8 pointless website prove that assumption dead wrong. Oh God! Could anything be more pointless?
Quick Bytes: Giant Penguins, Stinky Genes, and Real World Pod Racing
What's the least terrifying giant prehistoric animal yet to be found? The truth is out there ... er, in here. Learn all about this and more here.
Quick Bytes: Dino Ticks, WormBot 5,000, and Beer Drive
Learn the newest discovery in prehistoric pests, how the terminator apocalypse actually happens (worm brains), and a new definition for "drunk driving".
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