Robert Stevens captured a gas main explosion on his iPhone 4, edited it with iMovie on his iPad 2 and uploaded it to iReport. CNN and MSNBC picked up the footage after that. Score for citizen journalism. [YouTube via SlashGear]
Man Uses iPhone 4, iPad 2, iMovie To Get Breaking News On CNN
Trending Stories Right Now
If at first you don’t succeed, try and try again. Such is the philosophy of Jose Maria Madiedo, an astronomer at the University of Huelva in Spain, who, for over 10 years, has tried to capture a meteorite hitting the Moon during a lunar eclipse. Yesterday, during the so-called “Super Blood Wolf Blood Moon,” it finally happened.
It’s no Japanese Spider-Man. Not even an Italian Spider-Man. But hey, frankly I’d rather not have either of those guys killed off for a throwaway gag. Save ‘em for Into the Spider-Verse 2!