The Tech Herald

The Tech Herald Staff

Feb 6 2008, 17:28

The Tech Herald team are located in several different countries, though mainly based in the USA. Contributors are a mixture of full-time, part-time, freelance and volunteers.

Ulf Stabe - Administrator

James Wray - Editor-in-Chief

Rich bowden - Science Editor

Stevie Smith - Entertainment/Gadget Editor

Steve Ragan - Security Editor

Hector Cortez - Reporter

Dan Nasserian - Reporter

If you are interested in writing for the site then please feel free to drop us an e-mail.
 
Note: Positions are on a voluntary basis to begin with, unless otherwise advertised. However, most of our long-term staff are paid.

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Cartoonist Chuck Jones’ Rules For Wild E. Coyote And The Road Runner

Ever wondered how you make a super-popular cartoon? How do you keep the same themes running throughout a series so that you can tell different stories but have the characters remain consistent? A set of rules, that’s how. Here is a list of governing principles that cartoonist Chuck Jones created for one of the most popular Loony Tunes series, Wild E. Coyote and The Road Runner. As you will see, they are very simple, but they provided the foundations for what became one of the most popular cartoon shows of all time. Now check out the video below to see if the makers followed the rules Via mr_stevetighe

Man Makes Tiny Edible Pancakes with Tiny Kitchen Tools (Video)

This Japanese guy cooks up some pancakes…nothing special there right? Well he uses tiny implements to do it and makes perfect little pancakes. Kinda cool and they look tasty!

What Color is this Dress?

White and Gold or Blue and Black?
Well this one has been trending all over the web, just what color is this dress? It all started in Scotland when the mother of a bride-to-be sent a picture to her daughter asking what she thought of the dress. The bride and groom each saw the image differently, this then got posted online and picked up by some viral sites. The lighting in the photo is probably causing different people to see it as either white and gold or blue and black. Prof Stephen Westland, chair of color science and technology at a university in the UK told the BBC that it was impossible to see what other people see but that it […]

Octopus hunts on land, grabs crab (Video)

This crab is minding its own business searching the rock pools for food when suddenly an octopus leaps out of the water and grabs it. The amazing thing is that the octopus does not just jump on the crab it actually pulls it all the way back to the rock pool it came from. If you check the second video you will see it is not unknown for octopus to come out of the water and the one in the second video has a crab with it, though is not hunting one! Octopus Walks on Land at Fitzgerald Marine Reserve The video was taken by Porsche Indrisie in Yallingup, Western […]

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