…THIS trailer comes along. It shows way more of how the Kaiju came to Earth, and how they laid waste to our cities, and then how we created fricken great robots to stomp their asses. And that ocean combat scene? TAKE OUR MONEY.
The other day, we saw a brief teaser for Joss Whedon’s brand new Avengers spin-off show, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. — now, watch a full-length, three minute teaser, which gives way more clues about how this will play out as a weekly TV series. Plus teasers for two other new shows: Resurrection, and Once Upon a Time in Wonderland!
You’d know a can of Budweiser anywhere. Like many other major brands, whether it’s Coca-Cola, M&Ms, or BMW, Bud’s red and white packaging is instantly recognizable. It’s familiar, it’s safe, and it’s universally likeable. But recently Budweiser, along with several other ubiquitous beer makers including Miller Lite, Heineken, and Sam Adams, have made major changes to their iconic packaging. Here’s why.
These Edison Lamps might harness modern LED technology, but they also capture the look of the era from which the lightbulb came. What a nice balance.
Starting at $205, the lamps are totally customizable. There are three different choices of bulb shape—traditional, teardrop, or globular. You can also add a dimmer (for $38 more), and pick out the color of cable you’d like. The Edisons make a nice little desk lamp with some modern tech hidden in a vintage cloak
Last month, Google Keep launched to help you quickly jot down ideas and keep track of things while on the go with your Android device or on the web. Today, with the launch of a new Chrome app, Google Keep is even easier to access on your computer using Chrome.
The Google Keep Chrome app launches in its own window, so you can create notes, cross out your to-do lists, and attach photos to tasks while you work on other things. And if you don’t have an internet connection, don’t fret: the Chrome app works offline because we all know that ideas (big and small) can be sparked at any time.