“It was all a dream” is a common trope in fiction, with characters discovering that everything they thought they experienced was all an illusion, but it’s rare that the “it was all a dream” twist actually applies to you—i.e., the person reading the book or watching the movie. That’s what this new teaser for season two… Read more...
Israel was rocked Tuesday by a new revelation in the cascading series of corruption investigations related to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The latest twist is the Israeli police accusation that former Netanyahu communications director Nir Hefetz, who was arrested two days ago, offered a judge...
Rat The Magnificent From: London, England In the Middle from London trio Rat The Magnificent (first featured on the blog last month, Fresh Sounds 21st January 2018) sounds like a twisted Radiohead after an injection of industrial grade semtex and a transfusion of kinetic energy. Show More Summary
Sounds like: Elliot Smith, Sufjan Stevens, Iron & Wine What's so good? Lionlimb's new single, "Clover" is a lush orchestral pop symphony for a new generation. As a longer track, there's plenty of time to take in the twists and turns....Show More Summary
The charges against 13 Russians have injected a new twist into a debate that has consumed the political universe since the final hours of election night: How did Trump do it?
Flippy a robot that can flip a burger, is simply among the first in a new wave of bots hell-bent on taking what little menial work is left in the twisted techno-futurist dystopia […] The post Flippy, the Burger-Flipping bot, Raised Another $10 Million, Will Steal Your Job appeared first on Geek.com.
Weinstein Co.’s president and chief operating officer, David Glasser, has been fired ‘for cause,’ the New York entertainment company’s board of directors said Friday night, in the latest twist for Harvey Weinstein’s beleaguered studio. Glasser came under fire this week after the New York attorney...
Introducing The Pen Rewritten: RIIND'S New Twist On A Timeless Classic ibby Feb 16, 2018 I'm an admitted pen-aholic. There, I said it. I'm not shy to admit I would look forward to Sunday's as a child when my dad carted me down to his office and I could rummage through the pen drawer to find my new favorite. Show More Summary
With so many Social Security numbers hacked last year, most taxpayers are on high alert to make sure cyber-crooks don’t misdirect their tax refunds from the Internal Revenue Service.
THR rounds up the major twists, new mysteries and more from all the DC Comics TV series. read more
A post-massacre ritual takes on a new twist, but with the same end result.
This month the Unicode Consortium, the strange and little-known organisation that decides which new emoji appear in our lives, announced some good news for science. Among the 157 new emoji being added to the emoji keyboard in 2018 is a DNA double helix. More »
The circus that surrounds New Matilda’s ongoing investigation into Charles Waterstreet just added another ring. Chris Graham reports. In the space of just a day, Charles Waterstreet has pulled out of a planned – and highly controversial – appearance on ABC’s Q&A program; the NSW Bar Association has issued an extraordinary public statement on the issue; [...]Show More Summary
Blac Chyna's lawsuit against the Kardashians for allegedly killing her reality show has taken a new twist... she has changed course, adding Khloe and Kylie to her case. It's puzzling, because Chyna had dismissed the 2 women from the lawsuit…
While Sideways #1 does not break a ton of new ground when it comes to origin stories, it does take some of those predictable tropes and twist them. The post Sideways #1 Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.
Siren isn't your typical mermaid story and Freeform's recently released trailer and key art will tell you why. The upcoming fantasy thriller puts a terrifying spin on the traditional mythical sea creature and puts the spotlight on the coastal town of Bristol Cove.
A new smart and responsive material can stiffen up like a worked-out muscle, say the Iowa State University engineers who developed it.
(Iowa State University) Iowa State's Martin Thuo and Michael Bartlett led development of a rubbery material that transforms itself into a hard composite when bent, twisted or squeezed. The new material could be used in medicine to support delicate tissues or in industry to protect valuable sensors.
Great design is always a universal language.
Lacika & The Hookers In a perhaps not entirely unexpected Valentine's Day twist confrontational artist Lacika & The Hookers (featured on the blog last year, New Music To Delight Your Ears - Lacika & The Hookers) have released a somewhat unorthodox anti-love song called Love. Show More Summary