23 January 2019 📰
This is just a collection of links that have been sitting in my drafts to post for quite some time. I figured I’ll never get to them, but they interested me enough to save them so I wanted to save them for posterity.
📌 2004 Trump speech about walls resurfaces | Vox
📹 Weird City - Trailer
📹 Introducing Pixar SparkShorts via: SlashFilm
🐦 A Twitter thread on Woodstock ’98:
are there people here on twitter that would argue woodstock 69>woodstock 99? because im going to start watching performances from 99 for the 20th anniversary and i just dont see myself being convinced 99 wasnt better pic.twitter.com/Bdz10MiLnN— Villalobos (@RamonVillalobos) December 27, 2018
📹 She-Ra Trailer
🔗 A Real Smart Watch brooksreview.net Ben Brooks:
Standing up, as much as you think it does something, doesn’t do jack shit for extending your life. But congrats on hitting those rings and goals. What would be better: using your computer or device less, but yeah that really is not good for sales, right?
I disagree with a lot of this.
🔗 How Vantablack, the darkest material ever, can take gaming to a new level www.digitaltrends.com Luke Dormehl:
Since its invention in 2014, Vantablack has expanded beyond its original mission brief as a material for use in calibrating the cameras for satellites in orbit. Earlier this year, a version of the material called VBx2 was used to paint the outside of a large pavilion in South Korea for the Winter Olympics. This marked a major turning point.
A truly dark movie theater, for example? The next generation of ultra-immersive video arcades? Heck, a hotel room with real blackout blinds? “[We’re interested in clever applications in different areas where it’s designed to deliver maximum impact for people to experience,” Jensen said. “I think this has a whole lot of potential.”
📹 Black Monday - Trailer