Author: The Byte Hop Staff

Waiting for Summer

Ted Mountainé is as we all know currently very occupied with his career as a spokesperson for the International Association of Introverted Jet-Setters Living in the Past (IAoIJSLitP), but a couple of years ago he took some time off to create this exciting montage of scenery from his beautiful life and music. “If every man and woman took more cues from the advertising world, I honestly think the earth would Read More

Update 2018: A Letter from the Staff

It’s been a few years since our last post. You may remember Paul LeRoy (arrow) from our first article back in 2011? It turns out he was right about time travel, and as a result of our journalistic investigations into this area we’ve been going back and forth through history in the past couple of years. All our correspondents have been busy in alternate realities, and all this time our Read More

Cowell: Stupid Might Beat Boring But I’m Tired of Throwing the Punches

Knob manufacturers Arton and Leonard Brother have negotiated a deal with Simon Cowell for a new television show. American Preservationist will debut on ABC on March 16, 2012 and it will be hosted by Stephen Hawking. Executive producers will be Brother’s sister Susie Brother Love, former CEO of Hallmark’s NASA division, and folk singer Gordon Lightfoot. Lightfoot will arrange the title tune, a “sunny keyboard version” of Natalie Cole’s “Miss You Read More

Shaoncé vs. Foucault: The Use of Pleasure

Pop darling Shaoncé has revealed details about her new album scheduled for release in early 2012. After the tremendous success of her previous album, Shock, people are curious to see if she can live up to the hype — but judging by yesterday’s press conference in Paris there is no need for concern. Wearing an outfit that would make Lady Gaga proud the young singer won the world press over Read More

LeRoy: I Am From the Future

As a self-proclaimed inventor focusing on time/space issues, Paul LeRoy (36) has a dubious record. Following his amazing discovery that it is possible to move chromium through time,  further research has provided little insight — and it has indeed been claimed that the spectacle surrounding his Cr24 AnaChrom experiments was never anything but a carefully considered marketing plan masterminded by his sponsors, and that the entire project was a hoax. Read More