From gizmodo.com – Hutchinson, Kansas isn’t the kind of place you’d wind up if you weren’t looking to. The placid prairie town sits a solid hour’s drive south of I-70, the interstate that most travelers use to blow across 425 miles of Kansas cornfield and cattle pasture as quickly as possible. But as soon as I entered the silver-roofed museum, which is flanked by an authentic Mercury-Redstone Launch Vehicle and a Gemini-Titan II rocket, I knew the extra hours of driving were going to be worth it. After all, how often is one greeted at the door by a Blackbird spy plane?
PODCAST: Ryan Copple
Co-Creator of Riese fills me in what’s new for this web series featured on syfy.com and details of the new Riese App Mobile Game. Music is by Victor Stellar. From 11/04/2010 [...]