Trailer for “24: Live Another Day”
Rather than a title sequence, the series “The Good Wife” uses a couple of close-ups of the main character showing the effect of CMYK halftone printing - as if it were a partial look at part of a printed page (or poster). In the context of the show the focus is placed on a politician’s wife.
Since beginning in 2009 the series has barely mentioned the printed media, but has rarely gone an episode without mentioning online media. Like “static” visually evoking a loss of a digital signal, the visual language of printing is used only to evoke the metaphor of news.
New Thameslink train looks like a cartoon duck with a machine-gun in its mouth.
Indeed, as the noble Lord, Lord Maxton, knows, devices will soon be wearable. We will all have Google Glass, and go around wearing specs with cameras on them. I wait for the day when the Clerk of the Parliaments comes in and brings the House to order wearing his Google Glass device, because they will be able to stream that to Hong Kong. No doubt there are people in Hong Kong who would like to know what he is looking at.
I am being facetious; none the less, that does make my point."
Lord Kirkwood of Kirkhope, 2014-01-23
Bay area anti-Google protesters apparently attempting to out-creepy Google.
The HoverChair Social Network (WALL-E) , Make It So, 2014-01-14
Bitcoin’s Fatal Flaw Was Nearly Exposed, Vice Motherboard, 2014-01-11