No longer satisfied with murdering the characters in his beloved A Song of Ice and Fire books, George R.R. Martin has now set his sights on murdering a Facebook employee named David Goldblatt after he donated $20,000 to the Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary to be killed off in an upcoming GRRM novel.
The Course of the Force's relay lightsaber is still missing, and Matt Mira's been forced to call in the scum of the galaxy: bounty hunters. All I'm saying is if you don't want to see Michael Rooker playing a Merle/Boba Fett combo or The Wonder Years' Danica McKellar in a Boushh disguise, we can't be friends anymore.
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It's not every day that you can raise awareness of the Cylon threat and help the victims of a terrible natural disaster. The Chicago Tribune's Maureen Ryan has added some sweet BSG and Dollhouse schwag to her Haiti charity auction.
Cartoonist Joe Alterio's charity, Robots + Monsters, is raising money for relief efforts Haiti. Donate, and you'll get a custom-drawn robot or monster created to your specifications by some pretty awesome artists.
Pink is a four-letter word—as is cancer. This October, Casio is bringing out a rose-tinted version of its Exilim EX-Z75 in order to raise awareness for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. How nice, I thought, a big corp doing something for lady-bumps. And then I remembered that the EX-Z75 was already out in a…
Just one day after a voice activated answering machine comes a voice activated light dimmer, complete with wholly unnecessary Star Trek (no, not that smartphone from HTC, silly goose) branding. It plugs into any power outlet then responds to Star Trek-themed commands like, "Computer, Off." Magic! It even has the voice…