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What it comes down to for me is that it’s almost impossible to fathom how the creators of The Dark Knight and Inception, two of my favorite movies in recent years (that I can watch from beginning to end at any time), managed to crank out such a boring, underwhelming, disappointing joke of a movie as Dark Knight Rises
I’m assuming you’re watching, if not caught up on Comic Book Men- awesome show for nerds like us, so I have to worry what it’s ratings really are and if it has a chance in hell of lasting. The good thing being, it looks like it’s shot for dirt cheap. The stuff people have come in wanting to sell has been just awesome.
Our current generation has seen one of the greatest fantasy franchises ever to come to literature, movies, and even those addictive Lego video games: Harry Potter.
Last time we talked about how what format your comic took could have short and long range effects on your brand new webcomic. This time we’re going to look at something just as important to the success of your work: what update schedule you decide on.
I certainly don’t fall under the umbrella term of a ‘typical girl.’ I’m actually a bit of a geek. When in the dating world, this has either meant that I was super awesome, or just weird.
Recently, Virginia Rometty was appointed as the first female CEO in IBM’s history. The IT world, especially higher up positions, has typically been a male dominated field. Very few women have made it to the upper echelon of this industry and as such, a lot of attention is being focused on this appointment. Does this represent an overall step forward for women who are working in the IT industry, or will it prove nothing more than a minor blip on the radar screen?
Geek Girl Brandilyn talks about how doing these things has made a difference in her life, and sometimes her bank account.
Brandilyn Drake explores two rivals of cloud-sharing video options–You Tube and Viemo.
The format in which we watch movies progressed exponentially since Thomas Edison’s first experiments with the format near the turn of the 20th century. The following is a timeline of…
Surprise surprise, you all get to deal with me again. This time however, I’m going to talk about a simple notion: How the old definition of geeks may yet still apply to the geeks of today.