Warning: you will not learn how to build a Blu-ray phaser in this video. Oh, you will see someone building one, but only in the, "look how cool I am" kind of way. Still, the prospect is just geek heaven enough to set our hearts aflutter. And when we say "aflutter," we mean providing us precisely 15 seconds of interest before we move on to the next piece of the Internet. Because while Warhol predicted our 15 minutes of fame, we've easily cracked a minute with the rise of embedded video. [blogmond]
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