One of my favorite casual racing games, Forza Horizon, will be coming to Windows! I’m so excited! It was one of the very few games that I played on a console and I was never able to play the second one as I don’t own an Xbox One and it was an ugly port for the Xbox 360.
If you’re looking for something to listen to, then I highly recommend these! Here’s an example one:
You can also find them all on Soundcloud if you just want to stream them: https://soundcloud.com/solebicycles
Props to my co-worker Sara Rosso for getting me hooked on these!
A teaser trailer for the upcoming James Bond film. Don’t worry, there’s not much in the way of spoilers.
I can’t wait to see it!
While The Daily Show often covers important topics, it doesn’t have the opportunity to do so in depth because it’s hampered by the fact that there are commercials and guests cutting into the air time.
John Oliver however dives deep into just one or two subjects to make a much stronger point about the subject being covered. He has no guests or commercials.
For example his latest episode had a really striking piece about asset civil forfeiture by police. While that sounds dry and boring, he makes the subject matter compelling and tops it off with a bit of comedy to bring it home. Trust me — it’s worth watching this video until the end.
The outtakes are worth watching too.
In the latest episode of the great TV show Orphan Black, a character is searching for something on the Internet and is for some reason viewing search results in the form of HTML (ooo, what a hacker!). If you look at the stylesheet URLs, you’ll notice “wp-content”, a sign that it’s a WordPress-powered site!
Before you bother to check, the domain is registered in real life but there’s no site there, WordPress or otherwise.
For other sightings of WordPress on television, check out these posts.
Luc Besson’s latest film looks like it’s going to be pretty good:
WordPress.com, the primary product of the company I work for, was featured in an answer on Jeopardy! last night. Very cool.
The question is “What is a blog?”.
UPDATE: My co-worker Matt Thomas has a video of it over on his blog.