Multimedia | Feb 13, 2013
A new web series from The Jim Henson Company and The Nerdist Channel explores the puppet-filled and exuberant dream world of star Neil Patrick Harris. By Emily Eifler
TV | Jan 09, 2013
A beneficiary of YouTube's original channel initiative, Crash Course "decreases suck" with web video courses in world history, biology, literature and ecology. By Emily Eifler
Multimedia | Jan 01, 2013
A wonder of ingenuity, Unknown Worlds' Natural Selection 2 combines multiple types of game play into a very satisfying experience. By Emily Eifler
Pop Culture | Dec 27, 2012
Our choice for the best game of 2012... well, our top three. By Emily Eifler
Multimedia | Dec 19, 2012
Famous from raising over 3 million on Kickstarter last February, the largest crowd-funded project ever, local game company Double Fine posts inside details of its development process for public scrutiny with its annual "Amnesia Fortnight." By Emily Eifler
Multimedia | Dec 13, 2012
A year-long online exhibition profiles influential and significant lost works of art, providing tantalizing details surrounding the mysteries and tragedies of such disappearances. By Sarah Hotchkiss
Multimedia | Nov 20, 2012
The first collaboration between the local Prelinger Archives and the Free Music Archives yields a variety of enthusiastic video mashups; just the tip of the iceberg in terms of the creative resources available in these open digital libraries. By Sarah Hotchkiss
Bay Area | Sep 15, 2012
Are you the creative type? If so, we want to know: What you are making? By Marie K Lee
Multimedia | Jul 28, 2012
7 photo apps reviewed by an Instagram-aholic. Transform hum-drum photos into creative works you'll want to share with your network. By Nicole Zeichick
Event | Jun 17, 2012
The second Bay Area Art & Science Interdisciplinary Collaborative Session features eight short presentations by artists, scientists, philosophers, and musicians all ruminating on various utopic and dystopic possibilities for the future. By Sarah Hotchkiss
What do 64-year-old swimmer Diana Nyad and 13-year-old entrepreneur Maya Penn have in common? At the TEDWomen conference in San Francisco, a range of speakers shared the ways innovation and ingenuity kept them young.
The funny live tweets coming from frozen supermarket pizza giant @DiGiornoPizza were a tasty highlight of the Sound of Music Live broadcast on NBC. Bad puns, silly lyric changes, and just plain clever comments earned the company more than 2,000 new followers in a single night.
Cybersecurity, Christmas-themed cats and HealthCare.gov gained spots in the news this week, along with some coverage of innovative gaming. Plus, Tell Me More launches a discussion on blacks in the technology industry.
Why can't two slices of pizza be used as a slide clicker? Why shouldn't you make music with ketchup? Inventor Jay Silver talks about the urge to play with the world around you and demos MaKey MaKey, a kit for hacking everyday objects.
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