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Brink: A TV show on science and technology you might want to check out

August 18, 2009 1 comment


I’ve been watching a show called Brink for some time now, and I really like it.

Brink is a TV show about the latest in science and technology, including space, climate change, robots, computers and the Internet, and all things technology. For those of you interested, it’s on at 10:30 PM Mondays on the Science Channel. Brink’s Wikipedia page.

Update: I just learned that Brink has been canceled, and that next Monday’s episode will be the series finale. Not a joke. I had no knowledge of this when I wrote this post, and I only learned it when I watched the episode from last night that I had recorded. As of now, you can still find clips of the show on its website. RIP Brink. You can follow its host, Josh Zepps, on Twitter here.

Categories: Science, TV

Watch the original coverage of the moon landing

July 20, 2009 Leave a comment has made the original broadcast of the moon landing available, just as it had aired 40 years ago. Coverage starts at 4:10 PM Eastern (1:10 Pacific), but the moon walk isn’t until later.

Watch it here.

Categories: Science