Brought to you by the folks at Horror Haven, this public access show concentrates on the long since aired Creature Double Feature, as well as (the old) Channel 56 in general and some retro TV moments. Basically, fellow horror nerds reminiscing about the days of yore. Thanks for the clip, RW.
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from Wikipedia: “The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, commonly abbreviated WWDC, is a conference held annually in California by Apple Inc. The conference is primarily used by Apple to showcase its new software and technologies for developers, as well as offering hands-on labs and feedback sessions. The number of attendees usually varies between 2,000 to 4,200 developers; however, during WWDC 2007, Steve Jobs noted that there were over 5,000 attendees. WWDC […]
Of course, everyone knows that if I wanted to one day join the driving world, I would pick up a sweet retro van with shag carpeting, velour seats, and maybe even a waterbed. You ALL knew that, right? (h/t Mr. Souto)
Ever since I was a kid, I’ve always preferred close-knit living quarters and never felt at all at home in large dwellings. I like the feel of small spaces filled with interesting and stimulating… things. It explains my own apartment to a T and the extent to which I’ve gone to also make it efficient and versatile. Heck, I have an office UNDER my bed! The gentlemen in the video […]
I am a consumer of digital media — movies, TV shows, books, music, games, magazines, etc. But, there was a time when I was stubbornly resistant to such a changeover. Believe it or not, I was a tad slow to move from vinyl albums to their then-new CD counterparts. In the mid- to late-1980s, it was unimaginable for me to want to pay more than $7.99 for an album and […]
So, it look like this mini arcade cabinet for the iPad is actually going to happen. Atari even promises to release an impressive number of their vintage titles (like Asteroids) via the iTunes Store at or soon after launch. Even if they stick with vector-based graphics games, my vote would be for Star Wars, Battlezone and Tempest — all of which, under the Atari license. If Williams jumped in, the […]