Arya Stark Walked Around Comic-Con in a Spider-Man Mask

By Max Knoblauch Comic-Con, meet your friendly neighborhood, er, murder girl Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark in HBO’s Game of Thrones, revealed on Instagram that she’s been wandering through Comic-Con floor unnoticed — by wearing a Spider-Man mask. See also: Why ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 5 Is Worth Getting Excited Over Williams isn’t the […]

‘Sons of Anarchy’ Announces Novel at Comic-Con

By Sandra Gonzalez SAN DIEGO — As Sons of Anarchy heads into its final season the series announced Sunday at Comic-Con that they’re building out the world of SAMCRO with a just-announced novel Set in season 4, the book, titled Bratva, will follow Jax, Opie and Chibbs who “get into some really gnarly things with […]

5 Tips for Seasoned Employees on Making the Jump to the C-Suite

By Jay Haines There is no shortage of advice on how to find a job, how to prepare for an interview or how to negotiate a salary. While these are all crucial steps in building a career, there seems to be a lack of guidance for seasoned, established employees attempting to make the leap from […]

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 5 Cast Announced at Comic-Con

By Annie Colbert Blood, betrayal and a few more Martells to stir up trouble — Game of Thrones Season 5 promises more drama than a Lannister wedding. HBO announced the new cast members at Comic-Con on Friday afternoon (along with some Season 4 bloopers), matching the announcement with a YouTube video featuring the fresh faces […]

George R.R. Martin Isn’t Even the Bloodiest ‘Game of Thrones’ Writer

By Josh Dickey You’re No. 2, George R.R. Martin. The Game of Thrones author copped to his reputation as a ruthless killer of characters, but says he’s not nearly as bad as everyone thinks — at least not compared with showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Beniott, who joined him at the show’s Hall H panel […]

UN Made Clear It Was Sheltering Kids But School Still Got Hit

By Brian Ries At least 16 people seeking shelter were killed when a United Nations-run school in Gaza were hit on Thursday See also: ‘Am I Going to Die, Daddy?’ The Child in Gaza Asked Initial reports suggested that Israeli tank shells hit the compound in the Gaza Strip. But the Israeli military suggested Hamas […]

Google’s $1 Billion Acquisition of Twitch Reportedly a Go

By Christina Warren As previously rumored, Google is reportedly going to acquire Twitch for $1 billion. The newest report comes from Dean Takahashi at GamesBeat, citing “sources familiar with the matter.” Although the terms of the deal — and the timing of the announcement aren’t known, Takahashi says the deal is a lock. See also: […]

Will We Ever See The Debut Of YouTube Music?

By Noah Sterling Chris LaRosa, the head of YouTube’s “upcoming” music subscription service, is leaving the company. This setback marks yet another roadblock for the long-delayed project. Although YouTube music has been touted as a “Spotify killer,” this most recent departure makes its future all the more ominous. LaRosa is the second person in charge […]

Skype for Android Update Makes It Easier to Find Your Contacts


By Katie Nelson Skype updated its Android app Wednesday, and the 5.0 version syncs users’ address books from their phones to their Skype accounts. First, users will have to verify their phone numbers in the app to sync contacts. Then, the phone’s address book will instantly import information on the Skype contact list. Those who […]

32 Irresistible Pieces of Musical Junk Food

By Connor Finnegan Your musical diet starts tomorrow. Monday is National Junk Food Day, a holiday that gives us a free pass to indulge our cravings for greasy burgers and sugary candy. While it’s best to make a habit of consuming healthier meals on a regular basis, it still feels good to treat yourself once […]