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Viewer is a original series in a new mythos called Viewer Only. The mythos follows 2 beings who with help from other mysterious entities start a cult and try to prove their dominance over each other and time.

The mythos starts out with Viewer coming out this summer

Other shows will exist with in the mythos even you can make one! (message me)


Giant Product Images

You may have noticed that many B2B websites are starting to display large product images on their sites to highlight different features or parts of their product. This is no coincidence.

To give you a better idea of what we’re talking about, let’s take a look at the product page for the HubSpot Website Platform:

There is a large featured image at the top of this page, and as you scroll down the page there are additional in-depth product images. The images are also responsive which aims to ensure an optimized experience for viewers coming from different devices, as we mentioned earlier.

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Katherine from #TheNerdyGirlExpress posted an awesome breakdown of the BIFL pilot script, with added context from the character info on twitter. LOVE.


From CinemaBlend (Source: http://www.cinemablend.com/television/Why-Legend-Korra-Moving-Online-What-Best-Show-66425.html):

“Going into detail about the situation, DiMartino said that this move is actually just one part of a much larger “sea-change” currently going on in the television industry. Slowly but surely, the model of network and cable channels is fading away as more and more people are choosing to watch shows online. While this is the case with many series nowadays, it’s especially true for the Last Airbender spinoff. 

"According to DiMartino, while Legend of Korra did put up solid numbers while airing on Nickelodeon, the stats for digital downloads and streaming have been “insane.” In fact, when the last finale of the show went online it wound up being the biggest hit on Nick.com all year. Paired with the fact that the series didn’t really fit in with the rest of the network’s programming on the air, the decision was made to move the remaining Book 3 episodes online. 

"The co-creator/executive producer’s tone suggested that what’s being done for Legend of Korra really is for the best, but he also recognized that the way the announcement was handled wasn’t great. “It caught us by surprise and wasn’t done in the smoothest way and was upsetting,” DiMartino said before adding, “It happened in a bit of a messy way.”

Hopefully this clears up the unexpected news. The Nielsen Ratings have already added online viewers to their numbers. This is a great move, as other shows that got cancelled due to low ratings on TV without awareness of online viewership can be revived (Arrested Development and Community) Same goes to Futurama in a far distant future.

Link here: Nielsen adds Web viewers to its TV ratings - CNN.com

Just be happy that Korra will show all of the complete episodes online!

Rorschach Nebula

When searching for the nicest nebulas in the sky it’s nice when your friends help you out. This striking star formation region, mapped in infrared light by NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope, was recently spotted by one of Spitzer’s Twitter followers searching through the GLIMPSE360 panorama of our Milky Way galaxy.

One of multitudes of star-forming nebulas scattered across the sky, this area had been a bit of a “dirty” secret, tucked away behind a veil of dust that blocks our view in visible light. That obscuring veil fades away under Spitzer’s infrared gaze revealing a collection of young stars bursting out of the dusty gas clouds in which they formed. Astronomers identify this area only by a collection of catalog numbers like IRAS 15541-5349.

This image is a tiny snippet of the vast 20 gigapixel GLIMPSE360 panorama released in March 2014. Visitors were encouraged to use the web viewers on the Spitzer site to search through the data and then share and name their findings on Twitter. This region was tweeted by @kevinmgill, who tagged it “Nebula Does Not Approve.”

Nebula images are a bit like a Rorschach inkblot test and the Spitzer team, on seeing the image, found plenty of other hidden parallels, including a fish, a raccoon, a Minecraft Creeper and a “cute coyote’s head.” This last idea lent an informal name for this hidden region: the “Coyote Head Nebula.”

This picture was taken with Spitzer’s InfraRed Array Camera, as part of the Galactic Legacy Infrared Mid-Plane Survey Extraordinaire (GLIMPSE) project. It is a four-color composite, in which light with a wavelength of 3.6 microns is blue; 4.5-micron light is green; 5.8-micron light is orange; and 8-micron light is red. Dust is red, hot gas is green, and white is where gas and dust intermingle. Foreground and background stars appear scattered through the image.

Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech