In a wonderful and revealing interview with the Los Angeles Times, Leonard Nimoy, aka Spock, tells all about the ears and relates the time when Jimi Hendrix was desperate to meet him.
I laughed! I cried! I got a little miffed by the pokey search engine. But ultimately, I loved this interactive, Netflix-friendly movie guide, which blows the print version out of the water.
There is a lot about pants in today's episode. I mean, the French Parliament killed the Net piracy bill, Conficker started adding a key logger, and the AP does more stupid stuff. But really, it's all about pants. The new "Star Trek" movie was shown to a surprised group of Austin fans. Apparently, it melted one man's pants, it was so good. And there are also some robotic pants in today's show. But, the show is far from pants in the British sense. Just listen.
There is a lot about pants in today's episode. I mean, the French Parliament killed the Net piracy bill, Conficker started adding a key logger, and the AP does more stupid stuff. But really, it's all about pants.
Leonard Goh of CNET Asia merges his DIY tin can shooter with a pinhole camera.
The lens has been eagerly awaited due to its super-wide F0.95 aperture, which renders creamy-looking bokeh and the ability to take low-light shots with faster shutter speeds.
Sheldon and his geeky gang of misfit scientists could get their own Lego set if it gets enough votes on Lego Cuusoo. Sadly, evil Wil Wheaton not included.
Make.com wrote about how one reader ripped an old DVD player apart and fitted the optical drive lens onto a camera phone for some awesome macro shots. We couldn't resist trying it out.
CNET Asia's Leonard Goh tries out the Yashica EZ F521 to see how it stacks up to the Holga.
The adjustment will allow the mode dial to be locked in place, much like the implementation on the EOS 60D, to prevent the accidental changing of settings.