Doctor Who is the longest-running sci-fi show of all time—and no wonder. With an ever-changing cast of characters, run by producers who are as big fans as we are, it’s been kept new and exciting every year. We love Doctor for all sorts of reasons. So for today, its 48-year anniversary (excluding the few years it was off the air post-1989), we’re giving you 48 reasons why we love this show. 1. The opening theme song. 2. The TARDIS. The Doctor loves his time machine so much, he’s practically married to it. 3. It’s a gateway drug to British television. In fact, it’s some of the first British TV that many fans ever get to see. We hope fans continue to explore more Brit sci-fi, like the classic Blake’s 7 and Thunderbirds, and the...Read More
In other news, I’m on Tumblr, referencing a LiveJournal post.
When I first encountered End User License Agreements (EULAs), I can honestly say I ignored them. After all, they were written in Legalese, a language I never learned. It was easy enough to click “I accept” and ignore it in the same way that I once ignored my father’s demand that I stop wearing a push-up bra. Later I thought, “Wow, this bra is awfully revealing,” and “Maybe I should read this EULA, after all.”