ZoomBubba news roundup: Sept. 19, 2017

Tired of hearing about the Angry Orange threatening Korean Dr. Evil Jr.? Well, I am too. Here’s some other news for you to take your mind off the possibility of the world’s first nuclear war. Nazis demand private businesses give them a platform: The “free speech” site (aka refuge for racists, conspiracy theorists and other nuts) Gab, has sued Google for rejecting its app from … Continue reading ZoomBubba news roundup: Sept. 19, 2017

ZoomBubba news roundup: Sept. 18, 2017

Hurricanes and protests still dominate the mainstream headlines. Luckily, we have other news … which may have protests, but I won’t tell. Facebook ouvre un laboratoire d’intelligence artificielle: The social media giant has opened a new lab to develop artificial intelligence in Montreal. Free speech, no permit?: Police in Gothenburg, Sweden, are being criticized for letting Neo-Nazis march despite being denied a permit. Alex Jones … Continue reading ZoomBubba news roundup: Sept. 18, 2017

ZoomBubba news roundup: Sept. 13, 2017

If you were to buy a sex robot, would you want it to talk? Here’s today’s news roundup. Badass women: DNA suggests that a famous skeleton of a Viking warrior belongs to a woman. This means that History Channel’s “Vikings” might have got something right. Wild ride: A lucky, or unfortunate, coyote (depending on how you look at it) had a wild wide after being … Continue reading ZoomBubba news roundup: Sept. 13, 2017

On my mind #1: The Orville’s first episode, Star Trek: Discovery trailer

  Last night, I watched the first episode of the Orville. Here’s what I thought: The Good • It’s colorful: The Orville is a colorful universe with bold-colored uniforms, blue skies, shiny space ships and all sorts of other things that give it an energetic field. It stands out from most sci-fi and fantasy series out now, which go for a darker and grimmer look. … Continue reading On my mind #1: The Orville’s first episode, Star Trek: Discovery trailer