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The first modern slot machine was created by Charles August Fey, a Bavarian-born American inventor. While working as a mechanic in San Francisco in 1884, he built the first coin-operated gambling device. By 1898, Fey had developed his machine into the Card Bell, which was the first three-reel slot machine with automatic payouts. But it […]
Oh crap. If you were watching Super Bowl LII then you saw that Marvel released a new Avengers: Infinity War trailer during the 52nd Super Bowl.
A couple days after announcing a new song and video as well as a fashion collaboration with Astrid Andersen on her ohmni.com website, M.I.A. has just released a couple new remixes.
The other day, my Tivo started talking to me. My new Tivo Bolt was audibly reading every word on my television screen. I mean speaking everything out loud. Like every single word from top to bottom, left to right.
Earlier this month, The Atlantic featured a emotional and powerful documentary called “Aging and Alone in Manhattan’s Chinatown“.
From movies to TV shows, downloading video has never been easier or faster. Earlier today, I downloaded a 600 MB one-hour video in fewer than seven minutes… on my phone.
Jeremy Lin’s midrange jumper was on point and the crowd in Shenzen, China loved watching Lin during the Hornets 106-94 win over the Los Angeles Clippers last night.
Scrolling through my Facebook news feed today, I came across the following shocking video posted by Shanghaiist of a the Chinese bus getting hit by another vehicle back in 2013.
M.I.A. announced a new studio album “MATAHDATAH” and released a new single “Swords” this week. The song and video are produced by M.I.A., Spanker and The Partysquad and filmed in India and West Africa.
Oh man, these are great.
In November 2014, The Atlantic posted a short video on Jazzoon, a Brooklyn man that followed his passions– sports memorabilia, music, and comic books –into a viable living.
Isiah Thomas was my favorite NBA player by far, of the 1980’s. Second on that list? Clyde Drexler.
Back in 2009, a group called N.A.S.A. put together an album called The Spirit of Apollo packed with guest stars. One of those songs featured a trio of big time guest stars in Kanye West, Lykke Li and Santogold.
In another case of police brutality, a white South Carolina police officer shot an unarmed black man in the back.
If you grew up in the 1980’s obsessed with the NBA and owned a VCR then you had an NBA Superstars VHS tape sitting next to Caddyshack and Airplane!
Jeremy Lin had 18 points, 11 assists and 4 steals in a close 120-119 loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves last night.
It’s been more than two weeks and I still haven’t forgotten that idiot San Francisco tour guide that spewed out hateful comments during the Chinatown portion of her bus tour.
As humans, our experiences as who we are influence how we view the world.
For about three seconds, I considered not watching the Avengers 2 trailer that was leaked online earlier today.
Google’s Chromecast is a fantastic device. When connected correctly, Chromecast allows you to stream videos over your wireless connection.
God bless cell phones, dash cams and Youtube, for without them, we would be less aware of all the actual craziness that exists in the world.
I’m way behind on posting about this and not that it needs the additional outrage (watching the video will do that to any sane person), but it’s my blog and I’ll retro-outrage on the topics I want, when I want.
We really don’t need another video to tell us how good a shooter Nik Stauskas is, so let this video of Stauskas shooting a perfect 15 for 15 during a summer workout be the last.