I have a small obsession with technology. OK, maybe not a small one. I love trying out the latest gadgets and tech on my eternal quest to find the gear that makes me most productive and makes work fun. I've owned more computers than I can recall from almost every major manufacturer. Show More Summary
Karma police, arrest this sysadmin. Security researchers have discovered the website belonging to iconic British miserablists, Radiohead, has been leaking every single IP address to have visited it between 2011 and 2013. #radiohead accidentally...Show More Summary
One of the unfortunate things about congestion pricing is that it will never quite reach its potential. No matter how perfectly it could be designed with the aid of computer modeling, behavioral... To view the full story, click the title link.
Music database and vinyl hub Discogs shares a data-driven list of the 20 Most Collected vinyl color variants released in 2017. Beginning with Radiohead's 3xLP blue opaque variation of the 'OKNOTOK' reissue of 'OK Computer' and counting down to the Father John Misty Sub Pop release 'Pure Comedy' in aluminum...
Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) has signed a bill expanding computer science as an option for the state's schoolchildren. The legislation signed Friday requires the Ohio Department of Education … Click to Continue »
Odds are, if you have an Amazon Echo, you call it Alexa. If talk to your iPhone (or, eventually, a HomePod), you call it Siri. And if you have a Google Home, you call it Google. It doesn’t have to be this way. In Salon this week, Texas-based...Show More Summary
No. 20: “I Promise” by RadioheadIf released in 1997 this song would have been deemed some sort of alt-pop crossover attempt by Radiohead. The Bends wasn’t yet viewed as the pinnacle of 90’s alternative that it now is, and OK Computer had yet to be praised as the greatest record of the decade... Continue reading
American band OK Go are well known for their creative and boundary-pushing music videos. And now, they did it again. Their latest video features 567 perfectly computer printers and a whole lot of colorful paper. The wall of printersShow More Summary
Radiohead’s third studio album OK Computer turned 20 earlier this year. A critical and commercial success, the album is filled with unpredictable, magnificent tracks, and helped define the band’s direction for over a decade. Filling those shoes on the 20th anniversary of the album is indie rock band Pile, who pull off… Read more...
PUSHBACK: OK Google, Get Out of My Face: Ubiquitous computing is starting to get (really) real and I’m kind of afraid of it. Not without reason.
A post shared by GretChen Chen (@gret_chen_chen) on Oct 4, 2017 at 12:39pm PDT OK, so we were on board with squiggle brows. Wavy lips didn't faze us. Heck, even booty glitter was something we'd maybe try on a dare. But ladies and gentlemen,...Show More Summary
Radiohead have shared their third music video of 2017. Their new clip for “Lift” follows “I Promise” and “Man of War”, all from this year’s excellent reissue of the band’s seminal 1997 album OK Computer. Check it out below. Continue reading
Radiohead have released a video for "Lift," the formerly unreleased OK Computer -era track "Lift." To celebrate, let's revisit Robert Christgau's "Dud of the Month" from 1997:
There’s always been something airy about “Lift.” Written in the process of developing OK Computer, the song debuted in 1996 to a rapturous reception at open-air concerts. Fans were so pleased that the band became suspicious of its appeal; they didn’t want to become the wrong kind of rock stars, ... More »
"Lift" is one of the three previously unreleased tracks from Radiohead's 20th anniversary reissue of OK Computer, titled OK Computer OKNOTOK 1997-2017. Video directed by Oscar Hudson.
Radiohead have released a brand new music video for their song “Lift,” which was originally recorded around the time of their acclaimed 1997 album OK Computer, but was a long-lost fan favorite up until this year. “Lift” was released as part of the 20th anniversary reissue of the album called OKNOTOK. Lift – watch at […]
When Radiohead announced OKNOTOK, their 20th anniversary reissue of OK Computer, the big news was the inclusion of three previously unreleased tracks, and none of those tracks was more anticipated than longtime fan favorite "Lift." The song has been out for a while now, and today it gets a music video by director Oscar Hudson…
Following the "I Promise," "Man of War," videos, Radiohead release a video for the third of three previously unreleased songs on the new OK Computer 20th anniversary reissue, "Lift." Continue reading…
OK, they might look weird, but could earbuds become a key way of interacting with our computers?
Radiohead have been touring like crazy in support of last year’s A Moon Shaped Pool and the 20th anniversary reissue of their seminal OK Computer. There’s been some controversy along the way, but the quality of the shows has remained strong, with sets comprised of selections from the band’s entire catalog spanning multiple hours. Show More Summary