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October 21, 2009

Wii Sport can be hard on your Telly

Filed under: Nintendo,TV,Wii — Tags: , — technofranki @ 22:28

So you remember when the Wii was released and people reported broken TV-sets because of hard gaming? I wonder how the sale on this homeshop channel went after they broke their TV.

Source: buzzfeed.com via Twitter

September 17, 2009

Fringe gag reel

Filed under: TV — Tags: , , — technofranki @ 14:13

Here is the gag reel from season 1 of Fringe.

September 13, 2009

The Paley Fest 09 – Fringe Roundtable Interview

Filed under: TV — Tags: , , , — technofranki @ 21:41

Here is the Fringe roundtable interview at the Paley Fest 09. It’s all about Fringe, featuring J.J. Abrams, Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman, Jeff Pinkner, Bryan Burk, Anna Torv, Joshua Jackson, and John Noble.

Fringe returns on September 17 in the US.

September 4, 2009

The singing weather lady

Filed under: blog,music,TV — Tags: , , , — technofranki @ 00:18

Weather lady Eli Kari Gjengedal sings the weather report

You watch the weather report everyday. But have you seen it performed in a song? No, then you should watch the Norwegian weather lady Eli Kari Gjengedal¬†perform the weather report on TV2, Thursday September 3, 2009. It’s amazing, it’s good.

The video is not uploaded by me.

September 3, 2009

Fringe Season 2 teaser

Filed under: blog,TV — Tags: , , , , , — technofranki @ 20:16

I like the show Fringe which is made by J.J. Abrams, the man behind Alias and LOST. Season 2 of Fringe premiers on September 17, 2009 in US.

Here is a teaser of season 2 of Fringe.

Here is a small interview with J.J Abrams on season 2.

July 27, 2009

Interview with Kiefer Sutherland (IGN.com)

Filed under: Comic-Con,TV — Tags: , , , , — technofranki @ 02:39

Interview with Kiefer Sutherland  about 24 and the 8th season, taken from IGN.com.

24 at IGN.com

July 23, 2009

Rear projection TV from 1930’s

Filed under: blog,TV — Tags: , — technofranki @ 01:45

The oldest working TV in UK can be found in north London. It’s a rear projecten TV from the 30s. It’s black & white and only 12 inch big. But it works, and have also been modified to use Freeview. You can watch it for your self in this BBC report. (Source: Engadget.com)

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