Wouldn’t it be amazing if we could time travel to any point we wanted. To see what the world will look like 10 years, 15 years, 20 years, will it be any different? How drastically different will our lives be? Will we live in a Star Trek-esque utopian society? Will humanity implode on itself?
Without asking anymore questions, this video makes me really excited about our technological future.
P.S. whatever the video title might say, I doubt that Microsoft will be the one to bring about these changes unless there is a drastic change in their leadership.
Given that Robbie Williams isn’t nearly as popular here in the U.S. of A. as he is across the Atlantic pond I can’t say that I’m as knowledgable about him as I could be. I just saw that this was a new album from the former band member of Take That and decided to give it a listen. Remember “Millenium” and “Angels” from 1999? I think those are the only songs that got any attention stateside.
His new album, Reality Killed the Video Star is actually quite a good album. The songs are well written and Williams gives his all through all the tracks. Come on America, let’s give this album a chance!
Stand out tracks: “Bodies”, “You Know Me”, “Blasphemy”, and “Deceptacon”.
It’s been awhile since I’ve been excited about a movie. The big blockbusters that everyone is waiting for doesn’t count. Obviously, Star Trek, The Dark Knight, Transformers 2, etc. don’t count. I am EXCITED about Avatar. Don’t google the title. Just watch the trailer:
If it’s been awhile since you’ve bought music and you REALLY want something to put on repeat on your iPod or listen to in your commute then I recommend you pick up Weezer’s new album, Raditude. I am going to venture to say that it is probably the band’s best since the legendary Blue Album. The single, “(If You’re Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To” is infectious and catchy and you will without a doubt find yourself bobbing your head and tapping your feet. As of now, the album is $3.99 on Amazon MP3: http://bit.ly/WeezerRad
Along with the album the band has their own little infomercial. Gotta love a band with humor: