The Planet Express ship will soon make its final delivery.
Comedy Central has decided not to renew Futurama, which means that the 31st-century-set animated comedy will end its 140-episode run on Sept. 4. The final 13 episodes, which represent the second half of season 7, begin airing on June 19 at 10 p.m.
Netflix, are you listening? You’re my only hope!
The only thing worse than bad press is faked press. Shameful.
Because their “me too” strategy worked so well for the Zune.
What if I told you there’s a new, RWD, German sedan with a manual transmission, sport-tuned suspension, turbocharged four-cylinder engine, near perfect 50/50 weight distribution, and 18-inch wheels that you could get for $34,745 with the destination?
Shopping for a sporty sedan anytime soon?
I’ve been wanting to set my site up for better attribution and not having it this way has been a roadblock for using my site more. Now that I’ve made some tweaks I’m going to make an effort to post more frequently.
Panic’s latest app, Status Board, takes the concept of using the iPad as a desk accessory one step further by turning it into a dashboard for a variety of data that you’d normally check in dedicated apps or websites.
I can’t stop thinking about how Status Board can work for my team.
United really screwed the pooch on this one:
When United Airlines broke Dave Carroll’s $3500 Taylor guitar in the the spring of 2008, he contacted them to ask for compensation. United said they wouldn’t pay for the damages.
But thanks to the power of consumer activism and You Tube, United has caved posting this to their Twitter page:
@tinamack This has struck a chord w/ us and we’ve contacted him directly to make it right.
And this, dear friends, is why you should always fight for your right to not be screwed by big corporations.
Interesting post at Ars about having an iPhone in an airport. My recent flight to St. Louis agrees with this analysis; you can find chargers and other accesories everywhere.
This probably has more to do with iPod ubiquity than the iPhone. But the consumer perception is still there nonetheless.
You don’t notice just how many shops and electronics vending machines have iPhone accessories—chargers, battery extenders, external speakers, etc.—until you’ve rejoined the ranks of the iPhone-less.
Taking flight: why the iPhone still beats Pre for air travel – Ars Technica