It only took an hour for me to develop an addiction to Lifehacker, a do-it-yourself advice website for the tech and geek crowd.
The supposedly dead parents of a fictional orphan don’t always have to be revealed as key players in a supernatural conspiracy.
@midnight comedians Chris Hardwick, Paul F. Tompkins, Jen Kirkman, and Mike Lawrence entertained me for an hour last Wednesday, at no cost to me.
If your kid is scouted for a fancy prep school, chances are they’ll develop weird powers, travel through time, or get murdered by the staff.
How Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. observes and deconstructs the crime drama trope of pairing a smart-ass man-child with an emotionally distant female.
The ‘cocky, reckless guy with special skills teams up with tough, straight-laced-yet-badass gal’ formula is skewed just enough to pique my interest.
Before the internet was really the internet, computers were for playing games that hid education behind weird 8-bit characters.
After a mediocre “gas leak year,” Community creator Dan Harmon takes us back to school, and it is glorious.
Last night’s episode of Grimm featured an interesting story – one I’ve been writing, off and on, since 2008.
We’ve got manic MMA Sherlock. We’ve got Sherlock-in-America with gender-bent Watson and Moriarty. We’ve got a modern day Sherlock obsessed with texting who recently dumped his boyfriend by faking suicide. You could even argue we have a time-traveling Sherlock whose Moriarty is headless and rides a horse. Now that we have actual permission to play with the characters as much as we like, what else should we do with the consulting detective and his long-suffering partner?