NASA’s space shuttle program may be approaching the end of its two-year hiatus. This morning, the shuttle Discovery was moved from its processing hangar to the Vehicle Assembly Building.
This week’s FridayQ is about birthdays.
A recurring feature on Gizmodo is “What’s In Your Gadget Bag?”, which asks a (presumably geeky) celebrity what bits of technology he or she carries around all the time. Recently, they asked humor writer Dave Barry this question.
I can’t say that an IHOP sign has ever made me think of the Internet, but there was a time when I reacted that way to every Waffle House sign I saw.
Who would you pick to make a movie about a butt-kicking woman with super powers? The obvious choice is Joss Whedon.
I went looking for coffee and discovered the horrible truth: the new coffee clubs we were promised did not exist. The only coffee in this building was inside vending machines.
As long as I’m pointing out movie trailers, a new one for Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith is now available for viewing at starwars.com.
According to a new study, rats like to be tickled. They even make a noise that resembles laughter, except that it’s ultrasonic (so we can’t hear it).
The first full-length Wallace & Gromit movie is on its way to theaters.