And who said Chaplin could only gesticulate?
18 Things You Wish You Could Forget About Middle... →
personalfantasia: oh cats.
A Little Device That’s Trying to Read Your... →
sthinking: Called the iBrain, this simple-looking contraption is part of an experiment that aims to allow Dr. Hawking — long paralyzed by amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig’s disease — to communicate by merely thinking. The next revolution in UIs?
If you look for truth, you may find comfort in the end; if you look for comfort...– C.S. Lewis (via psych-quotes)
Sharks’ Clowe breaks up an odd-man rush from the... →
Few things anger me more than cheaters
DonaMajicShow: The Divine Humanism of New Atheism →
sthinking: donamajicshow: Many of you who read this blog know that I am devoutly theistic but am always game for a good philosophical debate. Of all my favorite isms I gravitate most towards new atheism, often for two reasons: 1). It is a movement that denies me the luxury of sitting comfortably in my religious… Sometimes, I feel like you may as well call yourself a “new atheist” :). I would...
The Divine Humanism of New Atheism
Many of you who read this blog know that I am devoutly theistic but am always game for a good philosophical debate. Of all my favorite isms I gravitate most towards new atheism, often for two reasons: 1). It is a movement that denies me the luxury of sitting comfortably in my religious convictions (which is a very important thing), and 2). It is a movement that inspires a fascinating...
33rd Annual College Television Awards
The College Television Awards is a national competition recognizing excellence in college student-produced video, digital and film work. Each year, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation receives entries from hundreds of colleges and universities nationwide. Winners are honored at a black-tie gala in Los Angeles, receive cash awards, industry recognition and the opportunity to...
For the third year in a row, BYU cleaned house again at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation by winning five awards. Our film, “My Hero,” took first place in Children’s Programming. It was a very fun, inspiring, potentially career-building weekend. Oh, and I’m the guy playing the role of Ethan Cohen here, abysmally silent.