Technology—the breaker of chains, the breaker of backs. It is everything both right and wrong with humanity today. But today, I want to focus on the good side of things, specifically the small things developers might have put into a product that, if you dig around long enough, turn out to be surprisingly useful.
Hey, just a heads up! The discussion thread for Chapter One of Leia, Princess of Alderaan is up on The Carbonite Freezer. Join the group and come chat!
Hey, hi, hello! I hope you’re doing well. I just wanted to send a quick dispatch from the Carbonite Freezer (io9's Star Wars Facebook group). Now that everyone has stopped screaming so much about The Last Jedi, we’re trying to find something to occupy our time while avoiding thinking too much about whatever is going…
Everything in the theater went silent.
With The Last Jedi rapidly approaching, everyone’s been thinking not only of the future of Star Wars, but also of its past.
Listen to me, no one needs a robovac of any kind. Whether it’s a Roomba, an EcoVac, or a cheap Anker like what I’ve got—they’re nothing more than infant-sized metal-and plastic turds that push small piles of dirt around and scream when they cannot figure out what “rugs” are. They are inefficient, wasteful annoyances…
At some point or another, we were all bitten by the Star Wars bug—er—sandflea. We were dragged to a theater by a cool uncle, handed an N64 controller to play Star Wars Episode I: Pod Racer (let’s be kind to those whose first exposure may not have been the original trilogy), or just caught a marathon over Thanksgiving…
It’s not difficult to find lovers of Star Wars all over the world, and in fact, some of the best are right here on io9. And when you’ve got the best, you want to give them the best. That’s why we’ve created The Carbonite Freezer—a Facebook group for io9 and Gizmodo’s most passionate Star Wars fans!
After making a movie, actors and directors typically go on to do other things—like make more movies, sell beauty products, or become the Governor of California, and then go back to making more movies. But what happens to the props, figures, and puppets that help make a movie come to life?
Look directly at the sun with your own pair of eyes, not a pair of contact lenses that Neil Degrasse Tyson squeezed out of his armpit at NASA HQ one lazy afternoon.
they desire freedom.
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