Jan. 31-Feb. 6
OnDVD: An Inconvenient Truth
Tonight we're going to be blogging like it's 1984! Check back here and check back often for new blog posts as we'll have reporters out in the field, in front of the tube and under wherever it is upskirt camera shots are taken. Consider yourself duly warned.
There's good news if you're one of those people infuriated by the sight of some idiot behind the steering wheel with a cell phone pressed to his head talking and not paying attention while driving-- that idiot's days are numbered. Come Summer 2008, that idiot will be replace by the new and improved ... More >>
Levis new iPod jeans look like they were designed by committee
One guys barehanded attempt to save the worldand pay just 60 cents for gas
It's been funny--not funny ha-ha--sitting here on the sidelines watching the changing global-warming debate. While the international scientific community for years has piled voluminous report atop voluminous report detailing that global warming is real, producing all sorts of climatic problems and e ... More >>
Who Killed the Electric Car? filmmaker Chris Paine turned anger to action
We swear we already warned you about a congressional vote to drill off our coast, and then rejoiced with you when it was defeated. Yeah, wasn't it like two weeks ago? Never underestimate the power of Big Oil lobbyshits. Congress, obviously in need of a diversion from far more grave national matters ... More >>
In yesterday's thrilling Clockwork, we shared the weirdness that ensued after we interviewed Who Killed the Electric Car? writer-director Chris Paine, when we discovered during the entire chat our Los Angeles Times was open, unbeknownst to lil' ol' us, to an Associated Press story with the headline: ... More >>
We're flipping through this morning's Los Angeles Times, waiting for Who Killed the Electric Car? director Chris Paine to call. He does, and we have a nice chat, as he's still flying high from a well-received Los Angeles Film Festival screening two nights previous. After hanging up, we go to the Wee ... More >>
Cell phones, as you know, can kill you. While there is still some controversy over whether your cell phone is capable of killing you slowly (e.g. brain tumors), there's no doubt about the cell phone's ability to facilitate a quick death (e.g. the idiot behind the wheel of a car whose phone conversio ... More >>
Who Killed the Electric Car?
Its getting hot in here . . . wait, no it isnt
Burning Down the House: Al Gore lights our fire
Ah, Huntington Beach with its smelly smokestacks, oily bathtub-ring-like shoreline and human waste bobbing in the ocean. What's not to love? Your congressman, the esteemed Dana Rohrabacher (R-Abramoff), certainly showed he's got your back, Surf City-zens, as he voted just last night to let those poo ... More >>
As gas prices soar and Americans lose their taste for foreign oil, OC's biggest EV booster sounds like a prophet
UCI physics professor takes on Michael Crichton, global warming
Thousands of dead Americans, tens of thousands of dead Iraqis, an unstable region, everyone hates us, no end in sight . . . sure, when you put it that way, the Iraq war doesn't sound so good. But what about the unforseen benefits, as extolled in this press release that just rolled into the Clockwork ... More >>
Early Man and the Lost Songs of the Caveman
How SmartWear Technologies hopes to profit from paranoia
San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station is running out of steam. But Edison has a crazy plan to save it.
David Byrne apparently loves PowerPoint
The Day After Tomorrow
The futures so fried youve gotta drive green
San Onofre nuke plant ranks No. 3 for possibility of meltdown
Can one activist fight off Detroit, Japan, Big Oil and the Bush administration to keep EVs alive?
10 reasons we should say so long to SONGS
Geek David, corporate Goliath in Revolution OS
The prez ignores UCI professors warnings on global warming
Laguna Playhouses Copenhagen
As earthmovers move in, local Indians move to save their sacred land
Study shows sun, wind, geothermal power would solve 'crisis'
Was electric deregulation cover for union-busting in power plants?
Nuclear power gets a second look
San Onofres nuclear waste aint going nowhere
County librarian now touts CyberPatrol
Ex-OC politico wants to sell you lorettasanchez.com
The Linux revolution spreads to gaming
Is Net speed or censorship behind Napster spat?
Rohrabacher torches latest global-warming report
How the Reg became a U.S. Army flack
The Wish List They Don't Want You to See!
Whos been sleeping in your Web domain?
What the iMac really isand what it means for Apple