The University of California at Berkeley has created SETI@home, an Internet volunteer project that uses home computers to listen for narrow-bandwidth radio signals from extra terrestrial intelligence. Our computer processors can analyze the perpetual flow of data from the Arecibo radio telescope in Puerto Rico while the easily downloadable software runs as a screensaver.
Perhaps Paul McCarthy was a little too fearless when he created his seven hour long film, White Snow, a vulgar, graphic, pornographic, sexual nightmare. I’m immediately nauseous just remembering the shit-splattered walls and violent sexual acts involving urine and feces (which wasn’t even the worst of it). I never understood what it meant to be […]
Unless you’re one to naturally crave fruits and veggies, mustering up the courage to eat food you don’t want to is dreadful, even torturous for some (#firstworldproblems). But not when this street thug, potty-mouth chef, makes it seem tough, necessary and outlandishly ridiculous to do otherwise.
Dr Paul Ekman has spent 50 years studying facial micro expressions of people around the world, including the isolated Fore tribesmen in Papua New Guinea. Dr Ekman found that human emotions and facial expressions are universally understood and biologically innate: we use 43 facial muscles at each moment, whether we are conscious of it or not.
New York is devoted to duct tape. Actually New York was devoted to duct tape, when a pop-up Duck Tape brand duct tape store opened in midtown Manhattan in mid April, and then closed in late April.
I have had the honor of co-producing, choreographing and acting a bit in this witty, madcap, surrealist feature film with an eclectic cast and predominantly female crew. The Sisters Plotz tells a story of the daily ‘hardships’ faced by three eccentric heiresses who live a fluffy lifestyle with their butler and maids…and hippie-mooch cousins. The […]