Newsbytes archive for April 2021
GreenReaper: Building a bot to climb like a dragon.
2cross2affliction: Space Jam: A New Legacy finally gets a trailer.
2cross2affliction: While we're on the subject of Warner Bros./HBO Max movie trailers James Gunn's The Suicide Squad is kind of furry. Note: That's the red band trailer, so cussing and King Shark eating a man.
GreenReaper: Papal-blessed Pushkin is one of many well-known - and not so-well-known - working pussy-cats.
2cross2affliction: We are officially in the end times; spacejam.com has been updated.
GreenReaper: From the fur east: Fox and Burger Podcast (@foxandburger) presented by @Foxnakh and @L1ghtningRunner interviews Asian furs such as @Kofukitty, @PolarTheLion, Daza (@wolf_daz), @KiyochiiTheFox, @AulderWhitefur and Sherbert Shenanigans (@RedHot_Yamada).
GreenReaper: Many furs know the tale of Boggis, Bunce and Bean - but did you know a Bunce is still around, and objecting to destruction related to express rail line HS2? Meanwhile, one protester dressed as Badger says he "won't be walking out of this wood".
GreenReaper: This one's for the birds.
dronon: Beastars voice actor interviews furries. (Tip: Dralen)
GreenReaper: "...when we have students in school now that don't identify as a boy or a girl but as a cat, as a furry, we have issues" - Arkansas legislators take a stand against furry names, trans pronouns in the classroom.
GreenReaper: "The Owl and the Pussycat" by Mole Hill and Laura Duncalf wins a BAFTA for Best Short Animation - but you can't see the rest of it, as they're "holding it back for the festival circuit".
GreenReaper: Human-macaque embryos created by US-China team raise hopes, fears - with one scientist calling it "only a matter of time" before fully-developed chimeras are created, perhaps in a bid for transplantable organs.
GreenReaper: Gizmodo reflects on the life and times of ABC Island - the Australian broadcaster's outpost on Second Life, which ran from March 2007 to September 2012 - and its erstwhile furry host, Wolfie Rankin.
2cross2affliction: Beware of humans: the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 may have transferred from bat to man, but can it go from man to bat?