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“Prometheus” Reveals Stephen Stills’ “Love The One You’re With” Still A Hit In 2093

The music of the ’60s and ’70s has proven to be incredibly enduring, and Prometheus writers Damon Lindelof and Jon Spaihts predict that Stephen Stills’ solo classic “Love The One You’re With” will still resonate […]


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What It Took To Make A Star Trek Planet Fly By In 1982 [Video iFull]

It doesn’t really seem like much these days, but in 1982 it was a big CG achievement led by Lucas Film.


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Taking You Way, Way Back To 1976 [Video iFull]

I’m not talking ’bout moving in, and I don’t want to change your life.


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Dirt Don’t Hurt!

If you didn’t make it out to the Mud Run this past Saturday or you just want to relive all the dirty glory check out this video courtesy of 96.5!


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Behind The Scenes Of A Very Cool Steady Cam Shot From Hugo [Video iFull]

If you have ever wondered how they get that long shot, now you can see how it’s done.


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America’s Choice To Write New National Anthem: Bruce Springsteen

If the American public had its way, Bruce Springsteen would write a new National Anthem that would be heard before every ball game and at the start of every school day across the country.


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My Little Pony’s Version Of The Avengers [Video iFull]

Take some cute and cuddly ponies, and make them the most awesome super heroes of the galaxy.


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Microsoft’s iPod Killer Is Dead

Microsoft’s portable media player, the Zune, was launched in 2006 and intended to compete with Apple’s iPod, which had been selling like crazy since it was introduced in 2001.


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Madness On The Roof of Buckingham Palace

Some of music’s royalty came together to honor The Queen of England, but it was a British ska band that truly raised the roof… by literally playing on the roof of Buckingham Palace.