Video games take a lot of practice, endurance, and hand / eye coordination. But come on, can we really compare it to real sports? You may recall some time back on TGD that we reported that a competition for League of Legends had formed, somewhat like a video game Olympics, and in this case, gaming was officially classified as a sport.
We’ve all seen The Dark Knight Rises by now, and know how it ends. The movie was actually left fairly open opened, but it’s pretty obvious how things are set up. Batman may or may not have escaped a nuclear blast, he’s probably retired over in Europe, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt (aka Robin) is poised to inherit the batsuit.
Besides being totally hilarious, Howard Stern is also one shrewd businessman.
I only wish I had his business acumen and bargaining power, which I’ve always admired.
Metallica certainly has some interesting plans for the future, including their own music festival, a 3D movie, and a new album, with Rick Rubin back at the helm.
At first he was playing coy, and you got the impression this would turn out like those American Idol rumors, or his infamous ploy to run for governor of New York.
Robin Williams used to joke that cocaine was God’s way of telling you you’re making too much money.
As long time Howard Stern fans like myself know, the guy was a big fan of Steve Jobs and his innovations. Now with Jobs’s tragic passing this month, Howard wants to join the fight against pancreatic cancer.
You may think sex tape scandals are so 90's, but they're still in the news, and you can't write a blog post fast enough before reports of yet more sex tapes or pictures hit the 'Net.
It's a given that the major studios are scared to death of piracy. Who can blame them? I mean, just look at what file sharing did to the music business.
Fans of Howard Stern - like myself - were heartened to see Artie Lange finally resurface, as he made a guest appearance on Fox Sports Radio this past week.
False alarm - Robin Quivers isn’t leaving the Howard Stern show anytime soon.
The Internet is all a-Twitter with rumors that Howard Stern is about to sign a three-year, $600 million contract with Apple for an Internet/TV/iTunes show.