Recently, an MSN.com article ruminated on the next 25 years of technology: tiny cameras in your glasses and shirt buttons that allow you to record every moment of your life, the Internet as a 3-D virtual world you interact with via nanocomputer holograms, and brain-implanted microchips that pipe the Internet, sound and music, straight into your brain. For Jon Collins, Director of Sales & Marketing of the alt-distribution company Dropcards, technological changes aren't seen as revolutionary; they're business.
"It's definitely a burner," said the Salt Lake City firefighter. He was referring to Club DV8 during a 1995 inspection of the X96 studios located in the adjacent Arrow Press Square.
Our first knowledge of Sci-Fi man came from Aunt Leona a good while back. She was chattering away to a friend of hers. They were discussing and comparing stories about some "totally creepy wing-nut guy."
Meg is Salt Lake's answer to classic Hollywood glamour. Stunningly gorgeous, she is also intelligent, talented and possesses incredible charisma on and off stage.
So there was this Tattoo Convention thing a couple weeks ago. I was totally going to go, seeing how I have tattoos and all. I thought it would be cool to see other artists from different parts of the world with their different styles and accents and shit like that.
A new era of entertainment was spawned with the invention of Pong, the now world-renowned "tennis simulation" game that featured not only an absolutely breath-taking monochrome color palette, but also a staggering array of two unique sounds.