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How the geek evolved?

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How the geek evolved?

How the heck did the geek evolve? And the answer is… The Evolution of the Geek infographic by Column Five Media.

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Pacific Rim… is Russian mech, da?

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Pacific Rim… is Russian mech, da?

Mother Russia fields a big mech, you know, in Pacific Rim film of science fiction monster fighting from Guillermo del Toro. Looks good, comrade, da? Cherno Alpha is the name. You remember this mech’s name good, comrade.

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The Chosen Seed (The Dog-Faced Gods book 3 of 3) by Sarah Pinborough (book review).

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The Chosen Seed (The Dog-Faced Gods book 3 of 3) by Sarah Pinborough (book review).

Cass Jones has been framed for murder again and is on the run from both the police and Mr. Bright’s Network. Help comes from unexpected places and it is old enemies who now have the power to aid Cass as he hunts for Luke and tries to bring down the Network. Meanwhile, Hask and Ramsey […]

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Jagannath by Karin Tidbeck (book review).

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Jagannath by Karin Tidbeck (book review).

Jagannath is a collection of thirteen short stories by Swedish author, Karin Tidbeck. The stories are written in English, but maintain a Nordic flavour. Not all the tales in this slim volume appealed. Though I found myself amused by the number of organic creatures populating the pages, I did get the sense I might have appreciated […]

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The Shadow Of The Soul (The Dog-Faced Gods book 2 of 3) by Sarah Pinborough (book review).

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The Shadow Of The Soul (The Dog-Faced Gods book 2 of 3) by Sarah Pinborough (book review).

Cass Jones discovered corruption in his police station and got half the squad sent to jail. Now he’s not the most popular man around but he’s going to need all the help he can get. Teenagers across the city seem to be committing suicide, all leaving messages talking about the chaos in the darkness and […]

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The Rook by Daniel O’Malley (book review).

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The Rook by Daniel O’Malley	(book review).

A woman opens her eyes and is faced with a ring of bodies and no idea of who she is. Luckily, the previous inhabitant of her body left good instructions to allow Myfanwy Thomas to get on with life. It isn’t necessarily her life but it looks better than the alternative of a life on […]

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The Express Diaries by Nick Marsh (book review).

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The Express Diaries by Nick Marsh (book review).

‘The Express Diaries’ is the latest novel from vet writer Nick Marsh, who combines a love of treating animals with a bizarre imagination and the downright weird. As our adventure opens in 1925, we receive brief bios of the main characters and a wraparound fiction of this being based on certain diaries and newspaper cuttings […]

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Game of Thrones… now with added dragons.

March 26, 2013 | By | Reply More
Game of Thrones… now with added dragons.

Season 3 of Game of Thrones is now available with extra dragons. Its fire versus ice in this trailer, but I still wouldn’t fancy manning that bloody big northern ice wall.

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Oz The Great And Powerful (Frank’s take) (film review).

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Oz The Great And Powerful  (Frank’s take) (film review).

As a family entertainment, Disney’s ‘Oz The Great And Powerful’ is the stunning feast for the eyes visually and should be digested as smoothly as cotton candy on a summer day at the amusement park. No one can argue with director Sam Raimi’s (2002’s ‘Spider-Man’) take on the festive and legendary Land of Oz where […]

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The right to bear… print, arms.

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The right to bear… print, arms.

Cody R Wilson has figured out how to print a semi-automatic rifle from the comfort of his own home. Now he’s putting all the information online via the wiki-weapons program so that others will join him. This is a story about the rapid evolution of a technology that has forced the American legal system to […]

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