Welcome to the big finale of web comedy Woodville. Written by Emmy-nominated screen writer Christopher Brandon and directed by Georgiana Taylor, Woodville follows Sid, a small-town documentary maker who has never made a documentary
Welcome back to Woodville for episode three of the web comedy. Written by Emmy-nominated screen writer Christopher Brandon, directed by Georgiana Taylor, the show follows Sid, a small-town documentary maker who has never made a documentary.
We’re back in Woodville for episode 2 of the web comedy. Written by Emmy-nominated screen writer Christopher Brandon, directed by Georgiana Taylor,
As the show with the most foetuses in jars on television continues, Nelson Mail reporters and bloggers Sarah Dunn and Adam Roberts continue their discussions about the land of Westeros. Note: Sarah is on holiday this week, so Nelson Mail web editor and Tyrion fanboy Lee Henaghan will be standing in for her.
On August 6th,1991 — 21 years ago –Tim Berners-Lee published the world’s first website from a lab in the Swiss Alps. The world’s first website is still up and running more than two decades after its creation. Berners-Lee first proposed his idea for a worldwide network of computers sharing information in 1989, while he was working at the […]
When Steve Jobs strode onstage and unveiled the iPad in January 2010, he should have ended his presentation by firing a starting pistol. The news left nearly every other big computer and consumer-electronics maker racing to get into the tablet market that Jobs’ iPad had suddenly created
When it comes to the distribution of digital entertainment, the planet has only two superpowers. One, of course, is Apple
Once upon a time royals and elites had to don elaborate disguises to mingle with their people. Now they have Twitter
Iraqi officials on Tuesday released security camera video of two weekend bombings that killed at least 155 people — the deadliest attacks in the capital in more than two years.
Seeing lightness and color are the simplest sensations the brain has. And yet even at this most basic level we never see the light that falls onto our eyes (called the retinal image) or even the real-world source of that image