Disney+ was Introduced and Today the World Changed

Disney+ streaming was long expected and, as luck may have it, when it finally arrived on November 12, 2019, there were technical issues getting logged in and streaming video. But, hey, issues are to be expected in the world of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). Since I could not help fix the issues…..I simply waited a few hours, then……. I downloaded the Disney+ app … Continue reading Disney+ was Introduced and Today the World Changed

Behind the Scenes Look at the Technology Behind “Alita: Battle Angel”

For students interested in studying Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) here is a cool video showing the technology used while filming “Alita: Battle Angel” which happens to be one of my favorite movies (see my review) ever! 🙂 Geek On! Continue reading Behind the Scenes Look at the Technology Behind “Alita: Battle Angel”

How Watching Movies Has Changed Over the Years

This is 2015, errrr 2019 and the technology choices for us to watch movies is dizzying!  A bit of history…. I don’t want to start too far back, but, in the past 30 or 40 years there has been a remarkable technological shift in the way we watch movies (and TV shows, etc). When I was a kid, there were two choices: Go to the … Continue reading How Watching Movies Has Changed Over the Years

Amazon Kindle Fire

Today, Amazon introduced the Kindle Fire tablet. I watched a few news reports and to summarize: The Kindle Fire is fast using a dual processor, it can run Android Apps but you gotta get them from Amazon (not a bad thing). One analyst says it is NOT an iPad killer since the Kindle Fire is a consumer of media not a producer of media / … Continue reading Amazon Kindle Fire