Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Digital Art Walk: Rising Stars Bring Life “To Life”

Art Brushes
Art can be much more than merely "art for arts sake," especially in an era as provocative as this one. While it may be the singularly most beautiful thread of creation that connects humanity art can also be a lot of things: a voice, an experiment or a love song to life.

Despite the masses flocking toward whatever recent clich Thomas Kincaid just barfed out for some quick cash the real art world is still alive and as evocative as ever. As much as we'd like, most of us cant afford to tour the world in search of the decades most brilliant and authentic (read: non-sellout) artists, but that probably wont happen for most of us. Luckily, a few clicks of a mouse can introduce you to some of the most evocative, astounding artists to enter the scene in the twenty-teens.

Katie Daniels

Daniels has been in the field for less than 10 years, yet she has already won the Claire Weiss Emerging Artist Award, which will take her delicate patterns and ornamentally charming pieces into the real world with tessellated plastic patterns breathing new life into fences and parks in the New York area.
Katies sculptures and installations might be as breathtaking as they are alluring. She winds beads, pearls and wires up into a twisted, floral garden of thoughts and colors. An exquisitely controlled chaos calls upon the beauty of nature and a hint of fantasy as inspiration.

Stephen Dent

Stephen Dents art peddles the ordinary as something more, not necessarily grand and under appreciatedbut worth examining. His cardboard oil installments are both plain and stunning; as he explains on his site that he wants us to focus on cardboard more than we normally would, and the role it plays in our life, Stephen Dent mentions: The first is that as we see the thing we are paying attention to in more detail the second is that we begin seeing it in places that we had not noticed it before.

Dents other work is one part social commentary, one part relevancy and two parts whimsy. Pieces like I Like Airplanes uses almost violent strokes to compose a stunning piece that would look just as at-home in a museum as it would in a studio apartment in Greenwich.

Ryan Peter Miller

Its tempting to say Ryan Peter Millers message is only trumped by his exquisite talent as an artist ... but it would be a lie, because his pieces are equal in societal relevance and compelling beauty. Millers use of paint transcends paint itself, as he treats the paint like its his own personal element forged solely for the purpose of letting him breathe new life into the art world.

Miller takes us from the age dinosaurs in his series Excavation, to the living rooms of famous porn stars in Mark Making, and manages to break thought provoking ground while doing so. His method of layering paint and letting it harden, then crafting it into a mlange of objects and stories is unique enough to poise him as one of the great artists of the 21st century.

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Kernel's Library: The Happy Prince and Other Stories

The Happy Prince and Other Tales by Oscar Wilde Book 00066: The Happy Prince and Other Tales
by Oscar Wilde

- The Happy Prince and Other Tales or The Happy Prince and Other Stories

First Publication:
- 1888

- As the result of a widely covered series of trials, Wilde suffered a dramatic downfall and was imprisoned for two years hard labour after being convicted of "gross indecency" with other men.
- In 1878, his poem Ravenna won the Newdigate Prize. Shortly after leaving university his first volume of poetry was published.
- Wilde wrote fairy stories for his two sons. These were later published as The Happy Prince and Other Tales.
- An animated version of The happy Prince was produced in 1974, starring Glynis Johns as the swallow and Christopher Plummer as the Prince.

If you are in for some great stories then don't hesitate to read Oscar Wilde's The Happy Prince and Other Stories. The book is filled with wondrous tales of love, magic, and friendship... This simply fantastical work creates a surreal effect to the minds of its readers. Could a statue have a life of its own and experience human emotion like sorrow and happiness? Where do the term "gentle giant" originated? What if you have a nightingale that fulfills each of your wishes? If you wondered of these same things, take a copy of this book and feel free to investigate the answers....

The book includes the following stories:

The Happy Prince
The Nightingale and the Rose
The Selfish Giant
The Devoted Friend
The Remarkable Rocket

Here is a brief description of one of the stories:

The Happy Prince

The protagonist of the story is a gilt and bejewelled statue of a prince, who stands on a tall column overlooking a city. A swallow, who has delayed his migration to Egypt for the love of a reed, rests on the statue's plinth; the Prince is crying at the injustices he can now observe, having been isolated from the realities of his society while he was alive. The Prince asks the swallow to remove the ruby that adorns his sword, and give it to a poor seamstress with a sick child; the swallow does so. The swallow stays with the Prince over the ensuing weeks, distributing the jewels and gold from the Prince to the poor of the city. When the Prince is completely denuded of gold, the swallow realizes he is dying from cold; the Prince asks the swallow to kiss him on the lips. The swallow dies, and the Prince's lead heart breaks. The next day, the Mayor of the city observes the state of the statue, and orders it to be removed and melted down. The Prince's heart does not melt in the furnace, and it is discarded on to the same dust-heap where the swallow's body is lying:

"Bring me the two most precious things in the city," said God to one of His Angels; and the Angel brought Him the leaden heart and the dead bird.

"You have rightly chosen," said God, "for in my garden of Paradise this little bird shall sing for evermore, and in my city of gold the Happy Prince shall praise me."

Grade: A

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Adele To Perform Academy Nominated James Bond's Skyfall At The 85th Academy Awards


Come February 24,2013 and we will again witness one of the prestigious events in movie-making, the 85th Academy Awards, which will be held at the Dolby Theatre in the Hollywood district of Los Angeles, California. Honoring year 2012's movie achievements, the event will be hosted by Seth MacFarlane for the first time and is said to pay tribute to the 50th anniversary of the James Bond film series.

How timely it is, of course, since Skyfall, the song performed by Adele, is nominated in the Original Song category, the first Bond theme song to be nominated after over three decades, the last of which was in 1981 with For Your Eyes Only performed by Sheena Easton and featured in the Bond movie of the same title, starring Roger Moore as "Bond, James Bond."

To put a hype to the James Bond tribute, Adele will perform the Academy nominated Skyfall, written by Adele and Paul Epworth. Adele has released an official statement on her website:

"We are delighted to confirm that Adele will perform her Oscar-nominated song Skyfall at the 85th Academy Awards in Los Angeles on 24 February.

"Adele will perform Skyfall live for the first time anywhere during her exclusive Oscar show performance. It will also be Adele’s first public performance since the Grammys last year."

Skyfall had also been nominated and won the Best Original Song at the 70th Annual Golden Globes Awards. It was also nominated for Best British Single at the 2013 Brit Awards to be held on February 20, 2013.

This will probably one of Adele's biggest appearance after she gave birth of her first child on October 19, 2012!

How To Become A Cool Zombie With The New Warm Bodies Interactive Infographic

Warm Bodies
Circa The Walking Dead, every monstrous creatures like vampires, zombies and werewolves had been portrayed very badly, adding to the horror of any children who tried to watch movies that feature these greatly misunderstood creatures.

Come Twilight era, and thanks to Stephenie Meyer, today's youth are now patronizing these creatures in the persons of Edward Cullen and Jacob Black (and later Bella Swan). Some are even confessing their love for these blokes... but wait I haven't mentioned any zombies.

That is because you haven't met the zombie of your life yet. But after you will deal with the following infographic, maybe you'll have another crush on your paranormal list. Meet R, the not so dead zombie from Warm Bodies:

Watch Warm Bodies during it's international release on February 1, 2013.

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Maintaing The Good Spirit, Positive Attitude, Self Control And The Fight Against Depression

The Human Mind

This is a story about the battle against lack of self control. There’s no stopping it. The battle is at an end, and no one can stop the inevitable. The winner is not always definte. At times you will rise up agaisnt the challenge, but there are also moments when the first sign of test and you already give in.

I have won a few battles, but alas the victory for the war is not certain. I may have won today but what about tomorrow. Is there an assurance that I could maintain my good spirits. The answer is also at hand. There is. Just like the fact that God is there to help... also my F&F: family and friends.

It is only in the mental state of our being that we experience depression. It broods and croons until it affects our physical well-being. The mind is a powerful tool that it could overpower our body. That is why when you think you are depressed your body will become depressed, virtually.

It is a wonder why is it easy to fall into depression but hard to get out of it. Maybe it's simply the nature of man to consider that negative things weigh more than the positive ones. Because if it is not so, why would they create means of making things positive. It is just my speculation, as I am quite a pessimistic person myself.

But things had a twist when I discovered the Power of Attraction, described in the book I can't really remember. It is said that what you think makes your destiny. But it follows certain criteria. Its criteria eliminates negations.

For example:

I will not be bored MEANS I will be bored, eliminating the not , which is a negation.

I am beautiful MEANS I am beautiful, (as it is) because there is no negation present.

I will not be happy MEANS I will be happy.

I will be lonely MEANS I will be lonely.

See the power of attraction. For me it implies the principle of mental suggestion, only eliminating negations. What your mind suggests will happen to you because its what your mind focuses about and makes you conscious of that thought. So whatever you will think first, think of the Power of Attraction.

Note: This was an old article and today was the anniversary of its writing 5 years ago.

Monday, January 21, 2013

Naomi Novik Reveals The Official And Disappointing Cover Of Blood Of Tyrants, Book 8 of Temeraire Series

Yes, everyone. The cover for Naomi Novik's eighth Temeraire novel entitled Blood of Tyrants is revealed, going away from the original format of the previous book covers. Meaning I don't like it very much. I was very vocal about my obsessive love for the book covers of the first few books and come the fifth and seventh books and the magnificent pattern was all in ruin.

The eighth book also lack the simplicity and artistry of the previous book covers that is why I don't like this new cover very much. It reminds me of the book cover of The Saint of Dragons by Jason Hightman, which uses a very dark and black tone. Not even the center piece of the cover, which represents a magnifying glass of a spyglass or telescope, couldn't make it work.

Check it out why I hated Blood of Tyrants book cover the most:

Here I am again going on for my obsessive compulsive tendencies. But the balance of the art can't seem to alleviate my mood. Luckily, we will have to wait for a few more months to suffer this gloomy cover until the book's release in US on August 13, 2013. No further information was released regarding the book's synopsis or summary plot and I just hope the long wait will be worth it. As of these moment, Naomi Novik was already done with the revisions of Blood of Tyrants.

Updated: Blood of Tyrants official synopsis:

Naomi Novik’s beloved Temeraire series, a brilliant combination of fantasy and history that reimagines the Napoleonic wars as fought with the aid of intelligent dragons, is a twenty-first-century classic. From the first volume, His Majesty’s Dragon, readers have been entranced by the globe-spanning adventures of the resolute Capt. William Laurence and his brave but impulsive dragon, Temeraire. Now, in Blood of Tyrants, the penultimate volume of the series, Novik is at the very height of her powers as she brings her story to its widest, most colorful canvas yet.

Shipwrecked and cast ashore in Japan with no memory of Temeraire or his own experiences as an English aviator, Laurence finds himself tangled in deadly political intrigues that threaten not only his own life but England’s already precarious position in the Far East. Age-old enmities and suspicions have turned the entire region into a powder keg ready to erupt at the slightest spark—a spark that Laurence and Temeraire may unwittingly provide, leaving Britain faced with new enemies just when they most desperately need allies instead.

For to the west, another, wider conflagration looms. Napoleon has turned on his former ally, the emperor Alexander of Russia, and is even now leading the largest army the world has ever seen to add that country to his list of conquests. It is there, outside the gates of Moscow, that a reunited Laurence and Temeraire—along with some unexpected allies and old friends—will face their ultimate challenge . . . and learn whether or not there are stronger ties than memory.

These are beautifully written novels: not only fresh, original, and fast-paced, but full of wonderful characters with real heart.” —Peter Jackson

Thanks to Catalyst for the tip.

Friday, January 18, 2013

Watch The Official Legend Of Zelda Live Action Movie Trailer And Dream It Will Come True

The Legend of Zelda

What would it be if this famous game will hit the cinemas? Wouldn't it be great to watch it in live action? Unfortunately not all things that pop in the internet are for real, just like this amazingly created prank trailer of Legend of Zelda.

As quoted from "Legend of Zelda (April Fools' Day) Movie Trailer Premiere: Your dreams realized."

"Much like the indie gem Cloverfield, this project has been shrouded in secrecy and details kept close to the vest. What we do know is that the film is being written and directed by newcomer Sam Balcomb. Going the route of Star Wars: Episode IV, this production decided to cast all unknowns in the iconic roles. Link is played by JR Killigrew, Camille C. Brown portrays a very Elven Princess Zelda, and Gregory Lee Kenyon stars as Ganondorf. You may, however, recognize Camden Toy (see TV's Buffy and Angel) in the supporting role as Sahasrahla."

It would have been great, seeing that the effects in this fan made trailer looked very good even if it was created in circa 2009. Imagine how it would have looked after more than three years of movie technology advancements.

But then again, no one's really gonna spend millions of money just to satisfy one geeky kid's dreams. Unless that kid produce the movie itself. But still, nice try...

Kernel's Library: Lo! The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain Book 00065: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
by Mark Twain

- The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

First Publication:
- 1876 by Chatto and Windus

- The story of Tom Sawyer has been filmed or animated multiple times since its initial publication.
- In dictations for his autobiography, Twain claimed Tom Sawyer "must have been" the first book whose manuscript was typed on a typewriter. However, typewriter historian Darryl Rehr has concluded that Twain's first typed manuscript was Life on the Mississippi.
- The sales of Tom Sawyer were lukewarm at first. It initially sold less than a third as many copies as Twain's Innocents Abroad. By the time of Mark Twain's death, however, Tom Sawyer was both an American classic and a bestseller. It is arguably the work for which Twain is best known today.

Award / Honor as an Author:
- Doctorate of Literature (Oxford University, Honorary)

This prankster boy is the jolliest, the liveliest and most of all the most adventurous. I can't stop sniggering on the (mis)adventures that he has undergone with along with his best buddy, Huck. I only pity the sorrow Aunt Polly experienced at times when Tom Sawyer do his pranks and jokes. You would at times hate him, love him and most of the times join him in his reckless undertakings. Take a copy of his adventures and laugh out loud on the sure funny story Tom Sawyer has to offer.

The Plot Summary

Tom Sawyer, a mischievous orphan taken in by his Aunt Polly, goes through a series of adventures involving his friends, Joe Harper and Huckleberry Finn. Tom is a mischievous mastermind, and a professional trickster.

He escapes punishment many times by his tricks and charms. Though he is often foolish and unpredictable, he also is somewhat smart and has a good sense of humor. When not trying to win his sweetheart, Becky Thatcher, Tom is either getting into mischief or going on an adventure. Many times, Tom suddenly changes from his grinning self into a fearsome pirate or anything else he can think of.

His laugh changes into a bloodcurdling yell or a barking captain's voice. Tom Sawyer's main doings are racing bugs, impressing girls with fights and stunts in the schoolyard, getting lost in a cave, and playing pirates on the Mississippi River. The best known passage in the book describes how Sawyer persuades his friends to whitewash, or paint a long fence for him. The Adventure in the cave with Becky Thatcher is also described very well.

Grade: A

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Infographic: Caped Crusader Hangs Up His Cowl

[Infographic] Holy Auction Batman! ~ Barrett - Jackson's Greatest Collectibles.

With the original Batmobile set to hit the auction block at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale in 2013, we've selected some of the greatest television and film icons ever sold. Will this caped crusader's dream car smash sales records, or will it finally meet its match with the auction block's most treacherous villain… the price reserve?

With the original Batmobile set to hit the auction block at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale in 2013, we've selected some of the greatest television and film icons ever sold. Will this caped crusader's dream car smash sales records, or will it finally meet its match with the auction block's most treacherous villain… the price reserve?

Special thanks to the Chapman Automotive Group for this Collector Car infographic.

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Making Of Game Of Thrones Season 3: Vlog #2 - Molding The Book Into A Series

Game of Thrones

The second Game of Thrones Season 3 production vlog is out in the open. This time it tackles some key stances on how the book was adapted for the TV screens.

In less than three months we will finally witness the fruits of the labors of our favorite cast and crew and I certainly can't wait how everything will turn out on television. Even if I have read the books, I am still in for some surprises once in a while. Hopefully this season there will be a lot of these surprises since the whole A Storm of Swords book will not be crammed into 10 hefty-episodes, but 20!

Here's the second production vlog for you.

Game of Thrones Season 3 will premiere on March 31, 2013 only at HBO.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Dan Brown Continues Robert Langdon's Adventures With A Reference To Inferno By Dante Alighieri

Dan Brown

The much awaited follow-up to Dan Brown's international hits The Da Vinci Code and The Lost Symbol has been revealed! And it's done with a great deal of help from fans around the world.

Robert Langdon is in for another clue-busting adventure that will make conspiracy theorists drool. Involving another famous work of art, the book, which is entitled Inferno, will cover one of Dante Alighieri's (an Italian poet more commonly referred to as Dante and known for His Divine Comedy) famous literary works of the same title.

Inferno will be Dan Brown's sixth novel and the fourth in his Robert Langdon thrillers. The release date of the said novel will be on May 14, 2013.

Updated: Here is the official cover of Dan Brown's latest Robert Langdon thriller, Inferno:


In his international blockbusters The Da Vinci Code, Angels & Demons, and The Lost Symbol, Dan Brown masterfully fused history, art, codes, and symbols. In this riveting new thriller, Brown returns to his element and has crafted his highest-stakes novel to date.

In the heart of Italy, Harvard professor of symbology, Robert Langdon, is drawn into a harrowing world centered on one of history’s most enduring and mysterious literary masterpieces . . . Dante’s Inferno.

Against this backdrop, Langdon battles a chilling adversary and grapples with an ingenious riddle that pulls him into a landscape of classic art, secret passageways, and futuristic science. Drawing from Dante’s dark epic poem, Langdon races to find answers and decide whom to trust . . . before the world is irrevocably altered.

You can read more details about the upcoming book on The Guardian, together with the cool social media campaign that helped reveal its title, or you can head over to Dan Brown's official website.

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Web Content Manager IBM Certification Exams

Test Live
Developers and web managers who require formal credentials to validate their Web Content skill set will find IBM offers two certification exams for achieving their goals. Each of the available exams confers an IBM certification upon successful completion. Available exams include the LOT-913, which is the Developing Websites using IBM Lotus Web Content Manager 7.0, and the LOT-928 exam, which is entitled the Developing Websites Using IBM Web Content Manager 8.0.

The LOT-915 exam targets developers working in the 7.0 environment, while the LOT-928 exam measures developers’ skills in the 8.0 environment. Not all businesses use the most recent version of Web Content Manager; therefore, the 7.0 exam is still a worthy achievement that can advance your skill set. And of course, with the 8.0 exam, you’ll be earning a certification in the most up to date Web Content Manager functionality.

Both exams are intended for intermediate level developers, experienced with HTML and website development and maintenance. Additionally, the ideal candidate f will have a working knowledge of the security best practices and workflows in the Web Content Manager environment in which they will be testing.

Achieving a valid credential after taking either the LOT-915 or LOT-928 exam means achieving a passing score on the test and you’ll need to not only gain hands-on experience in Web Content Manager but also master the materials that will be covered on the test. Using a good certification prep resource like can be an excellent preparation method for successfully passing your exam.

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Kernel's Library: A Cruise From Lilliput to Houyhnhnms

Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift Book 00064: Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift

-Gulliver's Travels
- Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World, in Four Parts.
By Lemuel Gulliver, First a Surgeon, and then a Captain of several Ships

First Publication:
- 1726

- This is Swift's best known full-length work, and a classic of English literature.
- The book became tremendously popular as soon as it was published (John Gay said in a 1726 letter to Swift that "it is universally read, from the cabinet council to the nursery"); since then, it has never been out of print. - It was adapted in 2010 as a modern retelling comedy, starring jack Black

- The Observer's 100 Greatest Novels of All Time (2003)

This is a satire of human society at its best!

The strange writings found in Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels are simply amazing. The imaginings are as unique as possible that only a superb writer with deep understanding of human psychology can create. I particularly like the contrast on how the author presented human beings when they wer given superiority over other things and when he's inferior comparatively.

What would you do if you are thrown into a world where the norms and ethics are not what we are used to? Would you be assertive of your own ways or would you allow the flow of the strange worlds overcome you? This great parody is fully packed with life's greatest lessons, lessons that will make you smile when you discover and know the meaning behind...

A Short Summary

Gulliver goes on four separate voyages in Gulliver's Travels. Each journey is preceded by a storm. All four voyages bring new perspectives to Gulliver's life and new opportunities for satirizing the ways of England.

The first voyage is to Lilliput, where Gulliver is huge and the Lilliputians are small. At first the Lilliputians seem amiable, but the reader soon sees them for the ridiculous and petty creatures they are. Gulliver is convicted of treason for "making water" in the capital (even though he was putting out a fire and saving countless lives)--among other "crimes."

The second voyage is to Brobdingnag, a land of Giants where Gulliver seems as small as the Lilliputians were to him. Gulliver is afraid, but his keepers are surprisingly gentle. He is humiliated by the King when he is made to see the difference between how England is and how it ought to be. Gulliver realizes how revolting he must have seemed to the Lilliputians.

Gulliver's third voyage is to Laputa (and neighboring Luggnagg and Glubdugdribb). In a visit to the island of Glubdugdribb, Gulliver is able to call up the dead and discovers the deceptions of history. In Laputa, the people are over-thinkers and are ridiculous in other ways. Also, he meets the Stuldbrugs, a race endowed with immortality. Gulliver discovers that they are miserable.

His fourth voyage is to the land of the Houyhnhnms, who are horses endowed with reason. Their rational, clean, and simple society is contrasted with the filthiness and brutality of the Yahoos, beasts in human shape. Gulliver reluctantly comes to recognize their human vices. Gulliver stays with the Houyhnhnms for several years, becoming completely enamored with them to the point that he never wants to leave. When he is told that the time has come for him to leave the island, Gulliver faints from grief. Upon returning to England, Gulliver feels disgusted about other humans, including his own family.

Grade: A

Thursday, January 3, 2013

5 Reasons You Should Be Watching 'Doctor Who' Right Now!

Attention Action Movie Junkies, Doctor Who

If you haven't seen "Doctor Who" yet, please stop everything (unless you're driving, in which case you should not be reading this) and go find a way to watch it. It's, arguably, the most compelling and watchable show on television. It's a British show and airs on BBC America. It's, at least in the US, a bit of a cult hit right now, so we'll forgive you of your ignorance— if you give it a try.

If you're already a fan of the show, feel free to read and distribute this to your non-fan friends and go back to playing games at or reading a book until you can watch the Xmas special with new TARDIS interior and theme.

Start watching "Doctor Who" with the ninth doctor (played by Christopher Eccleston). This is commonly referred to as "Series One" (that's UK-speak for the first season) of the reboot, which started airing in 2005. It really is a wonderful show, and we've got facts to back that up!

FACT 1: Longest Running Sci-Fi TV Show in the World.

Television shows don't get to stay on the air unless people are watching them. "Doctor Who" has been on the air longer than any other show of its kind. Ergo, people are watching it. Therefore, people are enjoying it. Logically, then, if that many people are enjoying it, you should give it a try.

FACT 2: You Won't Run Out of Episodes to Watch 

Have you ever fallen in love with a show that only lasted a season or two? Remember how heartbroken you were when you found out you wouldn't find out what happened to your beloved characters? Well, with Doctor, you'll have several fantastic full seasons to enjoy. If you run out of content to watch, you can go back to the early episodes— starting in the '60s.

FACT 3: It's Easy to Jump Right In

As we said earlier, we do recommend jumping in with the 2005 episodes for best results. That being said, however, each episode is a stand-alone story. You don't need an advanced degree in "Who-namics" to understand and enjoy an episode.

*Okay, in some cases a story is a multi-episode arc, but only a few episodes. You'll be fine.

FACT 4: Long-Term Story Lines

This might sound contradictory, given what we just said. Rest assured, it isn't. While you can enjoy any episode "off the boat" as it were, you'll be richly rewarded for long-term watching. Companions, heroes, villains, places and other storylines are finely woven throughout the show. Captain Jack Harkness is a great example. The character was spun-off to the series "Torchwood," but appears on "Doctor Who" from time to time. When he appears in the final episode of season 3, a single off-hand line totally changes the lives of long-time viewers. (No spoiler alerts here, just start watching!)

FACT 5: Anything Could Happen

When the main character is an approximately 900-year-old Time Lord with a ship that can take him anywhere in time or space, anything can happen. Viewers never know where the show will next be set, which historical character they might meet or what new future might be imagined. The very idea of the show provides huge flexibility for the writers and actors. It's perpetually fresh and creative— and interesting. We'll let the eleventh doctor, the lovely Matt Smith tell you about it himself.

So, that's it for now. Why do you watch? We'd love to hear in the comments!