Posts tagged "innovation"

On Death, Identity, Humanity In Video Games, And Why Majora’s Mask Is So Important

If you’re into pop culture blogs, but not so into Nintendo, you might have noticed that a lot of people are REALLY REALLY EXCITED about the release of the Legend of Zelda franchise title Majora’s Mask for Nintendo 3DS. Nintendo announced the release for early 2015 just yesterday, and now us Zelda nerds are…
By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / November 7, 2014

Hi-Tech “Mood Sweater” Changes Color According To Your Emotions

A few months ago at my parents' house I was rifling through a drawer full of tokens of my adolescence (read: a bunch of old stuff my mom has failed to throw away) and happened to discover a mood ring. It was in the shape of a dolphin and I was beside myself with glee.
By: Rachel Krause / December 3, 2013

Cinnabon, You Have Failed Us With Your Pizzabon

When I heard that Cinnabon had created a new snack treat to add to its gooey cinnamon bun empire, I was thrilled. Then I found out it was a pizza-oriented treat called a Pizzabon. Double thrilled! But then I saw the Pizzabon, and deep snackappointment (that's snack disappointment, if you've never experienced it before) set…
By: Julie Gerstein / August 15, 2012

SpaghettiOs Pizza: What’s Your Weirdest Food Invention?

I'm not sure how I feel about SpaghettiOPs pizza, which is a real thing a guy name Adam Kuban made, documented and presumably ate recently. On the one hand, SpaghettiOs and pizza, together. On the other hand, that's a lot of bread on pasta. But on the other other hand, I used to like eating spaghetti…
By: Julie Gerstein / December 4, 2011

18 Inventions We Need Now

Science is a beautiful thing. Science has brought us many technological advancements, such as and including, air travel, tanning beds and mini-pizzas. But there are many things that science has yet to deliver on. And that's got us kind of mad with science. We kind of want to have some words with science, okay? I…
By: Julie Gerstein / November 23, 2011