10 Gifts Under $10 for the SF Geek With the economy in a downward spiral and Christmas just eight days away, the gang at GeekDad headquarters are there to help you decide on what gifts to get every member of your geekly gang.
Christmas Camouflage Christmas Camouflage, not as cruel tricks to fool and deceive your delightful children, but as medicine to prevent Christmas sorrow after sleuthing out their presents ahead of time. They’ll thank you one day.
The Twilight Zone Returns in Comic Book Form Savannah College of Art and Design have teamed up with book publisher, Walker & Co. to revisit the Twilight Zone and plan to publish eight graphic novels based on early episodes.
New Advances in Mind-Reading, and What Might Be in It for Us Scientists in the U.S. and Japan have figured out ways of determining what image a person is seeing just from analyzing his brain activity. The technology is limited at the moment to black-and-white images, and to extremely low resolution ones at that. But the implications are staggering: Eventually, technology may be able to view dreams as they occur, or record memories.
The Christmas Tree Dilemma: Artificial or Real? Which will it be this year? Paper or plastic?