I’m gutted I only heard about the event after it happened, but last Saturday there was a special Star Trek themed light show organized by Paramount Pictures to support WWF’s Earth Hour. Using quadrocopters they created the Star Trek Federation logo besides Tower Bridge:
So yesterday I attended the BAFTAs… and it was amazing, surreal and pretty much an evening I won’t forget. I’m still getting all my thoughts together for the actual blog post and will need to take some proper photos of the goodies I collected.
Yeah, Anne is pretty much a shoe-in for Best Supporting Actress at the Oscars. But then I think she wholly deserves it. Her performance of I Dreamed A Dream is breathtaking; I get chills each time I see it.
After yesterday’s serious post about being a geeky girl (read it here) with the promise to write about that type of stuff more, I wasn’t quite sure what post would follow next. This blog has always been a place where I’ll share the fun stuff I come across online, be they geeky or girly, and I don’t ever want to loose that angel. Yet I also didn’t want to succeed that serious post with something completely unrelated. And then I came across this video about Bronies…
These are snippets from the upcoming documentary BronyDoc about the adult fans of My Little Pony and it’s sung by John de Lancie and Tara Strong. Bear with me, and watch the video till the end and you’ll get why it is related:
I’ve never watched an episode on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic before, but I kind of think I should…
This is an awesome short movie. And quite amazing considering it’s written, directed and animated by 1 guy:
I love the style of this short video; it almost feels like a video game:
In 2027, everyone is implanted with a chip – the Memorize-chip. It records everything you see, a new system to fight crime. One unit controls the system. The SSU – Special Surveillance Unit:
It’s the 1st of December! That means it’s only 24 days till Christmas (or 25 depending on how you include the days you count, I never quite know what’s the right way to do it), meaning: I can play Christmas carols again!
This video from the Muppets came out a few weeks ago to celebrate the launch of The Muppet Christmas Carol on Bluray:
I have to say though, it’s not as funny as previous videos from the Muppets (I was expecting more than just the chickens, come on, give us Kermit or Miss Piggy singing!). I still really like this one (and turns out I don’t think I’ve ever posted it here on MissGeeky):
Alicia Keys was on Jimmy Fallon’s show last night and this is what she performed:
Awesome. Any other artists out there who want to rendition of old TV show theme songs? I’d love to hear a ballad version of Mysterious Cities of Gold…
Via The Mary Sue
“Los Angeles has been overtaken by a virus known as Sudden Death Syndrome, a disease that causes its victim to die suddenly and has only one symptom… spontaneously breaking into well-choreographed song and dance.”
I only discovered Lindsey Stirling’s YouTube videos a couple of weeks ago, but her videos are awesome. She does beautiful violin covers of popular geeky soundtracks, and cosplays the characters in her videos. In the past she’s done Game of Thrones, Lord of The Rings and Zelda, but also more poppy songs like We Found Love, Grenade and Starships. In her latest video she takes on the Assassin’s Creed III theme: