I've seen them twice. Once at at Glass Hackathon I was covering (so there were like 30) and once some guy had his on at a comic con I was attending. Even in a sea of nerds, he wasn't all that popular. The hackathon explorers were cool people though. » 4/11/14 1:18am 4/11/14 1:18am

I am a late 80's "Ashley" (or Ashleigh, Ashlee, Ashlie, Ashli, Ashey, Ashlé), have one of the more unique spellings, and have forever loathed being apart of the Ashley Herd. I went to school with about 5 other Ashleys, and never quite fit into the cliche. » 4/09/14 2:07pm 4/09/14 2:07pm

Easily one of the Top Ten most satisfying farewells I've watched. Not always a fan of big happy endings, but this felt earned. It also tied in nicely to the overarching theme of the show, especially when the "Human" part of the title card faded and the "Being" was just left. The show had it's ups and downs but it was one… » 4/09/14 2:05am 4/09/14 2:05am

You've clearly never been in that drunken sweet spot where a terrible SyFy movie is just THE THING YOU NEED TO COMPLETE YOUR NIGHT. That and breakfast, becuase when you're drunk at midnight you want breakfast. » 4/09/14 4:54am 4/09/14 4:54am

I would say that the draft would be beneficial not only because it would help produce a workforce that is more tech savvy (since our wars are evolving towards that), but eventually the generation of the first draft would be the ones getting elected into office. » 4/03/14 9:39am 4/03/14 9:39am

I covered a Society of Glass hackathon last year. I'm not a huge fan of glass for the reasons everyone else is, but these guys are genuinely nice and good ambassadors to the public. They really stress etiquette, and at the hackathon some of the apps developed had amazing implications for the medical field and the like. » 4/02/14 2:06pm 4/02/14 2:06pm