Beatz & Lyrics Show

Posts Tagged ‘Wired’

Wu-Tang Clan Members Answer The Web’s Most Searched Questions (Video)

Enter the 36 Chamberrrrs!! And watch as members of the Wu-Tang Clan answer questions about themselves… that is, questions searched the most on the web about the Wu.

U-God, Inspectah Deck, and Masta Killa of the Wu-Tang Clan take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the internet’s most searched questions about themselves. What does Wu-Tang Clan stand for? Is Logic in Wu-Tang? How was Wu-Tang Clan formed?


Read the rest of this entry »

Actor/Director/Producer Kevin Smith Explains Every Movie & TV Version Of Spider-Man Ever (Video)

YES! If you are one of those folks who just go to a Spidey movie just to enjoy a movie… then run into a ‘true believer’ who is deep-deep-DEEP into Spider-Man lore intent on over-talking you and ruining your viewing enjoyment of your Spider-Man experience, Kevin Smith has got your back. He is an action comic media uber-super fan who can (and will, above) give you enough knowledge to fend off that ‘real’ fan. Listen up and make whoever wants to call you a novice BOW DOWN to your fandom.

Kevin Smith takes us through the history of Spider-Man in film and television, from 1978’s “Spider-Man Strikes Back” to 2017’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”

…and then some! Plus, if you are a Kevin Smith fan: It is awesome to (1) see him back to full strength and looking great and (2) learn how Spider-Man influenced his career and life in several ways.


Read the rest of this entry »

Learn How Spies Use Disguises (Video)

Wow. This is some of that Ra’s al Ghul training Bruce Wayne to be a ninja-in-disguise sh!t right here. But in real life; like CIA real life!

Former Chief of Disguise for the CIA, Jonna Mendez, explains how disguises are used in the CIA, and what aspects to the deception make for an effective disguise.

Hell of an objective… They want a disguise to be so good that when someone tries to describe the person wearing it they get EVERY DETAIL WRONG! Wow again!

(Actually some good tips in here for world travelers. Hey, JayForce and BoneBreaker Jones… you’re welcome!)


Read the rest of this entry »

Magic Leap: The World’s Most Secretive Startup (Video)

Check out this great article I read on WIRED (embedded videos from the article above and after the jump; link to full article below). Virtual reality (VR) is poised to become a fundamental technology, and outfits like Magic Leap have an opportunity to become some of the largest companies ever.

The world’s hottest startup isn’t located in Silicon Valley — it’s in suburban Florida. Kevin Kelly explores what Magic Leap’s mind-bending technology tells us about the future of virtual reality.


Read the rest of this entry »

Ice Cube Answers The Web’s Most Searched Questions (Video)

Hahaaaa! Salute to Mr. Oshea Jackson, Sr. aka ‘Nice Cube’ for the workout tips. Watch Ice Cube in the fun and informative clip above. Peeling off Google-formatted searches, answering funnily… yay yaaay!

Read the rest of this entry »

Technology: How To Build A Giant 9-Foot-5 inch Mechanized Robot (Video)

Now this is kinda cool! All too often, we see fantasy tech played out on screen with CGI, but check this real, in-person… um… in-robo tech out. The Wired Mech debuted at Comic-Con, and the people were dazed and amazed! Nowadays, the word is that the Mech is doing the morning show circuit. Nine-foot-five-inches of robo star power baby!

Check out the above clip on the Mech’s debut as the result of the work of dedicated designers, engineers, and staff… bringing unique tech experiences on (and now off) the movie screen.

‘[T]he crew from Stan Winston School and Legacy Effects reflect on a job well done. From concept to unveiling at Comic-Con, this was a labor of love, representing 2000+ man hours of work. Rest up guys, because next year … we are bringing the Mech’s BIGGER BROTHER to the show.’

– Wired

The above clip is the final, Part 7, of a Wired series that relates the story of the Mech’s development and launch. Check out Parts 1 through 6 after the jump.

Read the rest of this entry »