We Look Back at a Year of Geekosystem in This Week’s Episode of the Podcast “Year in Review”
For our last podcast of 2013, we wanted to take a look back at our year at Geekosystem and talk about some of our favorite stories we've covered. That eventually turned into us reflecting on stories that didn't seem to go over as well with readers, and we decided the Internet's resolution for 2014 is "be nice." So what stories were our favorites?Read on...
A Good Year: The 12 Best Things to Come Out of 2012
Happy New Year! Today's the start of 2013, sure, but that doesn't mean we have to give up on 2012 just yet. There were a number of wonderful and amazing things released this past year. From video games to movies, comedy albums to comics, 2012 was chock-full of lovely creations to occupy our time. That said, there were certainly a select few that stood well above the rest. Each of us here at Geekosystem has provided three picks from 2012's lineup that we think everyone else would be foolish not to check out. Hit the jump to see what we consider to be the absolute best things to come out of 2012!Read on...
Happy New Year!Thanks for reading! Have a happy New Year, and we'll see you in 2012!Read on...
Why Alcohol Makes Your Head Spin [Video]Some valuable information from thegnome54 as we approach New Year's Eve. Stay safe, everyone.Read on...
35 Years of One Man’s Life in Video Clips
In 1977, a 20 year old Sam Klemke started filming retrospectives for each year of his life. But that's not where this video begins, it begins in 2011 and then spirals backwards. Back, through HD, video, cellphones, questionable haircuts, film stock, and astro vans. It's an amazing journey, and remarkably touching. A humbling note: I wasn't born until 3:28 through this 6+ minute video. (Reddit via Petapixel)Read on...
Happy New Year 2011!
Happy New Year 2011! We can't put it better than Neil Gaiman:
May your coming year be filled with magic and dreams and good madness. I hope you read some fine books and kiss someone who thinks you're wonderful, and don't forget to make some art -- write or draw or build or sing or live as only you can. And I hope, somewhere in the next year, you surprise yourself.Read on...