I guess the Lannister’s owed a huge debt to House G.
OH MY GOD
Man vs. Camera: how to take great shots with even a point-and-shoot (by TheVerge)
Ansel Adams said a good photograph is knowing where to stand. With even the most basic of compact cameras - like Canon’s best-selling SX260 - you can take great pictures if you just keep a few things in mind. Or so says Michael Shane.
A few months ago, I had this idea to prank Giant Bomb by interrupting their PAX panel with a series of bands. I reached out to my friends at Harmonix, and over the last four months, we booked a bagpiper, a three-piece mariachi band, and a full dixieland jazz band to come in and interrupt the panel… we even hired a producer to sneak them into the building and give them their cues.
That’s only the tip of the iceberg though, because halfway through, someone from the audience strolled up the stage and put a jar labeled, “ANONYMOUS BREAST MILK - CERTIFIED” in front of Ryan.
Anyway, please enjoy the funniest and weirdest panel I have ever seen at any con, ever.
EDIT: Thanks also to patbaer from UCB for helping us get everything set up!
Man, what a glorious shitshow this was.
Thank you, BBC Radio 1, for filming this teenager telling Mila Kunis about his life for 7 minutes.
Not a Single Damn of the Day: Inaugural Luncheon Edition
Brace yourselves, post-inauguration gossips are coming! Tumblr blogger MattyRab captured priceless moment of the First Lady rolling her eyes at the House minority leader John Boehner’s comment during the inaugural luncheon. What do you think he said to her? The GIF credit goes to Gawker!
Historical moments in shade throwing, Inauguration Edition 2013. Keep your eyes on FLOTUS’ reaction to what Boehner said to her and POTUS.
Here’s the first (of five!) Game of the Year videos from all of us here at Giant Bomb. Pretty happy with how these came out. PLZ TELL YOUR FRIENDS and all of that. More tomorrow!
THANK THE BABY JESUS
“A man named Triforce waits on a patch of sidewalk just outside the Nintendo World Store in Midtown Manhattan. Here, at midnight on November 18, the self-declared superfan will be the first to purchase the new Nintendo Wii U video game console. This is Johnson’s eighth time waiting at the front of a line, and at the age of 35, it will be his last.”
Meet Triforce Johnson, only on Polygon.
Don’t miss this tremendous feature by friend and colleague Chris Plante.
Bill Nye: Creationism Is Not Appropriate For Children
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