Tag Archive: Film


This time on the CultCast: Google buys Nest and their 100 ex-Apple employees, but why? Aaron Sorkin’s Jobs biopic finally gets a script, Kutcher’s Jobs just gets a Razzie nod; plus, iOS finally gets a full-size gaming controller! Enjoy a… Read more ›     

Stop Motion Film Brings iOS Interface To Life

Created by London-based university students Carrie Bale, Doug Hindson and Jooyoung Ryo, “Skew” is a charmingly low-fi animation which gently lampoons the monotonous cycle of our day-to-day lives in the digital world. The name “Skew” comes from the word “Skeuomorph”,… Read more ›     

Can an iPhone 5s film itself being burned alive? The answer, it turns out, is no, but that didn’t stop the wasteful doofuses at TechRax lit an iPhone 5s on fire with a combination of gasoline and Axe body spray…

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John Wants AnswersThe big screen biopic Jobs opened this summer to mixed reviews, primarily over the film’s lack of accuracy in depicting events from Steve Jobs life and Apple’s history. A lot of Apple old-timers have commented on the accuracy of the movie, but it took a Mountain View, CA local-access TV show called John Wants Answers to get Steve Wozniak, […]

The post Fact vs Fiction: Steve Wozniak, Dan Kottke and Andy Hertzfeld Discuss  [Read More...]

Grain, light leaks, color shifts, low contrast caused by lens flare – these are all familiar Instagrammatical filters which mimic the limits of film. And ironically, they were all considered Bad Things when people actually shot with film. Now we try to avoid digital noise just as we add back fake analog noise (grain). But [...]

The post Forget Fake Film Effects: Glitché Adds Fake Digital Glitches To Your iPhoneography appeared  [Read More...]

MAINextra21.jpgThere’s one great feature of the Lightning cable that I didn;t notice until just now: It’s thinness compared to the old 30-pin plug means that it’s a lot easier to squeeze through small holes. And that in turn makes custom docks a simple, Dremel-free experience. Take a look around you and see if there’s anything [...]

The post Instadock: Make Your Own iPhone Dock From A Vintage Film Camera [DIY] appeared  [Read More...]

MAINextra21.jpgThere’s one great feature of the Lightning cable that I didn;t notice until just now: It’s thinness compared to the old 30-pin plug means that it’s a lot easier to squeeze through small holes. And that in turn makes custom docks a simple, Dremel-free experience. Take a look around you and see if there’s anything [...]

The post Instadock: Make Your Own iPhone Dock From A Vintage Film Camera [DIY] appeared  [Read More...]

Sonte’s new film can switch up its opacity in just a second, and it can be controlled from your iPhone. Cover a window and flip it from transparent to opaque at the tap of a screen, blocking out nosy passersby or ugly distractions whilst still letting in most of the light. It’s like turning any room into a bathroom. Only without the extra plumbing required.

Launching Monday via Kickstarter, the Sonte film  [Read More...]

It's gonna be a tough sell.

It’s gonna be a tough sell.

The Steve Jobs biographical film,”jobs,” starring Ashton Kutcher, has been delayed. Originally set for an April 19th release, the distributor, Open Road, feels like it hasn’t been able to create enough buzz for the flick before this date.

There’s no new release date announced, either, though it’s fairly atypical for a distribution house not to set a new one when the orignal  [Read More...]

Mac Project Genesis Film

Project Genesis: A New Tale Of The Beginning

What if the history books have it wrong? What if the tool is the master of its maker? Project Genesis, a short film about a world populated only by old Apple computers, has arrived. The computers have issues. And they have spoken:

We have always looked at our world with a single point of view: with resignation, limiting ourselves to  [Read More...]