I loved Red Dwarf as a kid, sensed I should “stop immediately” upon seeing the previews for season 7 (or maybe 8?), and had relegated the whole thing to the palace of nostalgia by the end of the last century. But this ad is so charming it makes me think I should check out the recent series. Should I? I will blame you if this is a mistake.
From an excerpt from last year’s The Good Neighbor: The Life and Work of Fred Rogers, the rules of “Freddish” — as Mr Rogers’ crewmembers jokingly referred to the rigorous rules that Rogers used to revise his scripts to make them appropriate and useful for the preschoolers in his audience.
Ben writes, “First featured on Boing Boing in 2010, the fan-supported TV series JourneyQuest has continued for nine years(!) and is now Kickstarting a fourth season. It’s an open world with a copyleft license, proving that encouraging sharing, remixing, allowing commercial derivatives, and not treating fans like criminals can still lead to success.”
Blackadder is the ultimate UK black comedy: a killer team of comic actors, well-couched in historical and contemporary culture, accessible to children and adults in different ways, intellectually sharp yet emotionally honest, and excruciatingly dense: there are only four six-episode seasons and a handful of specials to go around. You could binge it in a […]
It can be hard enough finding graphics for a personal website. If you’re a graphic designer looking to create or customize several of them every day? Forget about it. Deadlines are a thing, and clients don’t want to hear about roadblocks like copyrights or licenses. This is why StockUnlimited is almost essential not only for […]
When it comes to storage, you’ve typically got a couple of options: Keep those priceless pics and videos on your phone or laptop (then lose them when either breaks down), or cough up hundreds every year for a decent Dropbox account or another cloud service like iCloud. Trust us, you’re not the only one asking […]
If you listen to vinyl, it’s a good bet that the sound is only part of the experience. There’s something about the tactile sensation of putting the needle on the record, the ritual of hearing that static before the first note kicks in. If you’re that kind of devotee, there’s a record player that’s on […]