LOOK AT THIS PHOTOGRAPH.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
LOOK AT THIS PHOTOGRAPH.
Hey, listen up Hollywood, scientists have just used their science to prove how important bloggers are.
Everyone who's created content for the internet knows that feeling.
When we last checked in on Mario and Fafa of <a href="http://www.youtube.com/user/gloveandboots">Glove and Boots</a>, they were doing <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/gammasquad/2012/05/mario-and-fafa-play-the-classics">hilarious playthroughs</a> of classic video games.
If you read a lot of gaming blogs, you soon realize there are only so many things to be written about video games.
Good news for all of you out there using wireless Internet (which is pretty much everyone under the age of 40 these days) -- Japanese scientists have found a way to make Wi-Fi over 20-times faster than the fastest current connections.
So, Brent Spiner has a Ricky Gervais-style online series where he plays "himself" as a struggling actor trying to salvage his career.
Did you miss any of Michael Bay's Transformers movies.
<a href="http://www.deadline.com/2012/04/warner-bros-acquires-sci-fi-dinosaur-pitc/">Deadline</a> reports Warner Brothers has bought a pitch for a sci-fi action movie about "a rapidly evolving species of dinosaurs who attack modern Los Angeles.
Now you're also a free Wi-Fi factory, little buddy.
So, I'm assuming everyone on the planet's read Axe Cop by now.
<a href="http://www.ohhaveyouseenthis.com/2012/04/dogs-and-the-dexter-theme-song.html">HYST</a> tipped us off to a few videos of dogs positively flipping out at the Dexter theme song.
So, as we <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/gammasquad/2012/04/6-reasons-being-a-30-year-old-gamer-isnt-always-so-fun" target="_blank">established recently</a>, I'm an old man who's been playing video games for a long time, and nothing's had as big an impact on gaming during the 25-years I've been at it as the Internet.
Kanye West is ripe for internet parody, whether it's turning his tweets into <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/gammasquad/2010/09/kanye-west-is-tracy-jordan">Tracy Jordan quotes</a> or quoting him in the captions of <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/gammasquad/2010/08/meme-watch-kanye-new-yorker-tweets">New Yorker cartoons</a>.
The first video after the jump has garnered nearly a million views already, and why wouldn't it.
Internet Explorer crossing her eyes is an awesome touch.
Here's something to chew over as you watch your Torrent download bar fill in one slim sliver at a time -- researchers at Caltech and the University of Victoria have just set a new Internet speed record.
Tomomi Imura (AKA "<a href="http://girliemac.com/blog/">GirlieMac</a>") stumbled upon something brilliant when she started posting her <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/girliemac/sets/72157628409467125/">HTTP Status Cats</a> on Flickr two days ago.
The Internet is an idea engine, hooking hundreds of thousands of brains together in parallel, and then discovering that most of them have nothing better to do.