In this episode of Geek Me Five, host Montez McCrary will be discussing five simple and interesting facts about Spider-Man, or (more accurately) the Ultimate Universe Earth-1610 version of Spider-Man, Miles Morales. Continue reading Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man – Geek Me Five #28
Remember the long-unrivaled Google Earth program being a resource-intensive and clunky desktop or mobile application? Pepperidge Farm remembers, and apparently all of that is officially just a memory. Starting today, Google Earth has been relaunched as a more-widely accessible web application for Google Chrome. Now, ANYONE can access the full Google Earth product, at NO charge, without needing to download and install bulky software or a mobile application (however, a new mobile app for Android has just been released, with versions for iOS and mobile browsers coming at a later date). Continue reading Google Earth’s Relaunch puts Architecture Front and Center
It’s time for Episode 87 of WIRed, where Montez McCrary discusses LEGO, Google Chrome and Architecture to form a Voltron-like Monster of AWESOME, Modern-Day Black History with MoviePass, Experiencing the greatness of the SEGA Genesis/MegaDrive in book-form, and OSW Reviews, the Mystery Science Theater of Pro Wrestling history! Welcome to WIRed, bringing you the nerdy-geekery on architecture, technology, gaming, and pro wrestling. Continue reading ArchiLegoChrome, MoviePass, MDGenesis Book & OSW Reviews – WIRed #87
Let’s take a moment to remember how awesome CSA astronaut Chris Hadfield is. Think about it: while you and I sink our bodies into our soft pillows and mattresses, there are few people in space who go nighty-night using fairly different method; which involves strapping themselves into an oversized zero-g space pouch. According to the above video and Hadfield, it’s better than it sounds. Plus, after already showing us how crying in space works, this is very interesting. Continue reading Just How Do You Sleep In Space?