There are probably plenty of doctors who cringe at the dialogue from medical television shows. Just as many real law enforcement officers yell at their TV screens because of the way a character is holding a gun or how they enter a residence during a bust. For gamers, it is when gaming and technology is portrayed as something far beyond what can be accomplished today. Whether writers of these shows truly have no idea how technology works, or they present ideas knowing it will garner a reaction from the gaming crowd, they remain entertaining. The following clips will make you cry, laugh and punch your monitor all at the same time.
Who knew overclocking could fix bugs?
Apparently, there are more uses for Visual Basic than previously known.
Red Dwarf shows just exactly how far behind the times we all are. (Yes, we know this is a parody.)
Do you have a high-score in an MMO? Not if Max Destruco has anything to say about it.
Always two there are. No more, no less.
We have been duped for years. Here is how IRC really works.
If you get passed Level 10 in Prince of Persia, something truly amazing happens.
Dexter must know somebody at Bungie.
Lo and behold we have a show that finally gets it right. In the ABC series, Castle, Nathan Fillion blames the pixels.