This is the “first-of-its-kind anodized steel collectible card,” and it will be laser etched with the Spectre symbol and personalized with the ticket holder’s name. There are only 1,000 units available and they each cost $100.
The movie is due for release on Nov. 6, and the program expires 7 months later on June 6, 2016. The movie will likely only be out in theaters for 3 t0 5 months….(read more)
— Dane Cook (@DaneCook) May 8, 2014
Anderson Cooper isn’t known for being profane, so CNN viewers were surprised on Wednesday night when he dropped an f-bomb on television. Here’s a video of the special moment (at about 2:50):
As more brands get into the entertainment business by producing their own films, TV shows and web series, Virgin America is showing that even the mundane safety video some airlines show on their planes can be fun to watch.
The first thing you need to know about the Internet is that it is amazing
Oh man, I could not stop laughing at this old “Kids Guide to the Internet” video from the 90s. My thanks to my former colleague Amy Smorodin for tweeting it out today. I just had to post it here so that everyone could enjoy.
(Note: You can turn this video into a great drinking game. Just make everyone in the room raise their glass each time the lines “Does your computer have a modem?” and “Not all that cybernet stuff, OK?” are uttered.) And yes, as the opening line of the video notes, “the first thing you need to know about the Internet is that it is amazing.”