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Ep 88: Bladerunner (1982) vs Total Recall (1990)

Joined by Friend of the Show, Max Well,  we take a modern look into two dystopian science fiction films based on Philip K. Dick short stories.   39 more words

Podcast

The Rainbow Door

Dear Oscar,

Look at this, we’re halfway through another week. It might not seem like it to you, but time is moving on.
Just hang in there a little bit longer. 206 more words

Oscar Pistorius

Preservation of History - The Bradbury Building - Downtown Los Angeles

One of the things I found most intriguing about living in Europe was the age of all the buildings. Actually intrigued isn’t the right word – astonished is probably more accurate. 153 more words

My Life

Fan Art - Jeff Delgado

Usually I would stick to posting just one image of fan art but the awesome stash of amazing images I’ve found from artist Jeff Delgado… 34 more words

News

Known outage report for Western Washington

We’re sorry. The website <http://pinklightsabre.com&gt; is temporarily out of service in your area and not accepting new patients. This is a Known Outage. If you believe you’ve received this notice in error, we’re sorry again. 244 more words

Humor

Bladerunner (1982) [The photo scan scene] - any other sci-fi gadgets that are no longer fiction?

This scene has always stuck in my mind. I still remember watching it and being totally engrossed and amazed by the idea that you could feed in a picture and zoom in and enhance it to so much detail; at the time of watching it you couldn t do this with any sort of household tech and it seemed sooooo futuristic. 47 more words

Science And Technology