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TV in Ye Olden Times

Are We Experiencing (Another) Golden Age of Television?

The television landscape is very different now than it was in the first Golden Age of Television (basically around 1940-1960 if keeping track).  The television market has exploded in the last few decades going from the Big Three (ABC, CBS, NBC) and adding literally hundreds of networks including…

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#JackisBack and it Feels So Good

The following takes place between 4:00PM and 5:00PM…because that’s when I’m writing it. Who doesn’t love a comeback story? It happened for previous shows like Family Guy and Arrested Development where the show runs its course and is brought back either to another network or another format…

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Photo by Eric Blackmon

SeagateCreative Interviews Clare Grant

If you’re not familiar with Clare Grant and Team Unicorn, you’re missing out on an Internet delight. These lovely ladies have taken the cyberworld by storm mashing “geek” and “grace” together to bring you some of the most creatively comedic videos this side of the Romulan Neutral Zone.…

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League of STEAM

SeagateCreative “Busts Ghosts” With the League of S.T.E.A.M.

If you’re not familiar with The League of S.T.E.A.M., you’re in for a treat.  With a flair for fun, The League of S.T.E.A.M. is a web series about steampunk ghost-busters and monster-hunters on crazy adventures to either eliminate monster threats or investigate supernatural phenomenon. Think…

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Big Data Infographic

Why Make a Big Deal of Big Data? [Infographic]

Data consumption is growing at an alarming rate. Well, maybe not alarming for a company like Seagate, this is kind of what we plan for. But for the general consumer or business, is Big Data a big deal? Yup. This infographic courtesy of Integra highlights some interesting points in the world of big…

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Charles Ardai

Seagate Helps Preserve Hardboiled Crime Novels

- By Steve Pipe Hardboiled detectives, neon-soaked streets and a shot or two of the strong stuff. Charles Ardai is on a mission to revive a once-flourishing literary format, the paperback crime novel, and he’s doing it with a little help from Seagate. Ardai is the co-founder of Hard Case Crime, a…

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Cosplay Explosion

Twitter Trending The Geekie Awards Answers the Question #RUGeekie

Last night was the inaugural launch of the first annual The Geekie Awards and it was nothing short of geektopia. “Hollywood meets Geek” was in full form last night with celebrities such as Seth Green, Clare Grant Richard Hatch, Miracle Laurie, Christopher May, or cosplayer enthusiasts Valerie…

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Talkin’ ‘Bout the YouTube Generation

YouTube has become an amazing powerhouse of content.  The site officially launched in December of 2005 (Check out its first video here) and as of today, YouTube has: 490 Million unique visitors monthly 35 hours of video uploaded every minute This isn’t a fad that’s going away quickly and there…

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Google Chromecast

Is Chromecast Worth the Hype?

I’ll admit to having bought a Chromecast recently. Thought it hasn’t arrived yet, I’m kind of interested on how this little ditty of a device will play out.  At $35, I am comfortable admitting it was 100% an impulse purchase for something I potentially will never use. (Sadly, this isn’t the…

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Paste Magazine

What’s the Best of 2013…So Far?

Paste Magazine recently pulled some lists together touting what they feel are the “Best of 2013 (So far)” for albums, movies, videogames, books and TV shows. Having taken a gander at these lists, I’ve learned one thing – I need to read more, listen more, play more and watch more. I’m glad…

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