MakeUseOf: The 3 Best Subtitle Sites for Your Movies & TV Series

MakeUseOf: The 3 Best Subtitle Sites for Your Movies & TV Series . “While many hate subtitles because they get in the way—who wants to read while watching?—but I admit that I love them. And not just for foreign language films and TV shows, which absolutely need subtitles (if the audio isn’t dubbed), but I actually use subtitles all the time. Yes, even when watching stuff in my primary language!”

Rock Cellar Magazine: ‘David Bowie Is’ Exhibit to Be Digitally Re-Launched as an Immersive ‘Digital Experience’

Rock Cellar Magazine: ‘David Bowie Is’ Exhibit to Be Digitally Re-Launched as an Immersive ‘Digital Experience’. “For the past six years, the David Bowie Is exhibit has toured the world, showcasing the irreplaceable style and singular artistic vision that the late music legend/cultural icon embodied over the course of his life and career — which inspired a dedicated tribute tour and countless warm memorial celebrations from the innumerable artists he inspired. The physical exhibit has recently come to an end, but that doesn’t mean the end of the project as a whole: In the fall, it will be meticulously digitally relaunched as an augmented reality experience/mobile app.”

Mashable: Google search data shows just how horrible the year 2017 really was

Mashable: Google search data shows just how horrible the year 2017 really was. “2017 was a very bad year, and Google’s here to remind us of that. The tech giant released a list and ‘Year in Search 2017’ video detailing all of 2017’s highest-trending searches, which, as you may have guessed are all fairly grim.”

Mashable: I miss the days before everyone was addicted to streaming services

Mashable: I miss the days before everyone was addicted to streaming services . “Think about it: Today we’ve got streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, and HBO Now. And those are just some of the most popular. I can’t even think about Sling TV, and all the other cable alternatives out there right now, so for the purpose of this article let’s concentrate on those first four. Each costs money and each creates its own original content, so if you don’t have subscriptions to all of them, you’re definitely missing out on something.”

IndieWire: 45 Genre Screenplays to Download For Free, From ‘A Clockwork Orange’ to ‘Goodfellas’

IndieWire: 45 Genre Screenplays to Download For Free, From ‘A Clockwork Orange’ to ‘Goodfellas’. “The best way to learn the tricks of movie screenwriting is to read as many movie scripts as possible. Script Reader Pro made headlines last year for debuting 50 screenplays online for free, and now the team over at Shore Scripts has done the same by making 45 genre screenplays available for free online. Shore Scripts picked five scripts in nine different film genres to feature, which means you now have free access to films written by Stanley Kubrick, Tony Kushner, Rian Johnson, Nora Ephron, and Tina Fey.”

Artnet: Nearly 100,000 Previously Unseen Photos by Andy Warhol Will Be Made Public This Fall

Artnet: Nearly 100,000 Previously Unseen Photos by Andy Warhol Will Be Made Public This Fall . “Pop art fans, rejoice! The Andy Warhol Foundation will release tens of thousands of the artist’s previously unseen photographs for the first time, including intimate images of the artist’s celebrity friends and lovers. In total, 3,600 contact sheets featuring more than 130,000 images were acquired by Stanford University, which will digitize and release the images online as part of a new initiative called the Contact Warhol Project.”

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: The largest independent LGBTQ zine collection is stored in a Riverwest basement, and you can see some of it online

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: The largest independent LGBTQ zine collection is stored in a Riverwest basement, and you can see some of it online. “In the garden level of a Riverwest house, there’s a collection of about 2500 zines — the kind of stuff you might not want to read with your mom. It’s called QZAP, and it’s an archive of queer-punk self-published zines.”