TV Spotlight: Game of Thrones

Yesterday, season 1 of the HBO series Game of Thrones was finally released on DVD, Blu-Ray and for digital streaming and download. On Collider.com, Andre Dellamorte reviews season one: HBO’s Game of Thrones comes at an interesting time in geekdom, and its success speaks to the barriers that have been broken. Though fantasy and science fiction have … Read more

Is Amazon Getting Into The TV Business?

Amazon is already operating its own publishing house, under the imprints AmazonEncore, Amazon Crossing, Montlake Romance and formerly, The Domino Project (in collaboration with Seth Godin). It’s also well-known that Amazon has branched out into film production, with its Amazon Studios program. Could it be that Amazon is now interested in producing television shows as well? On … Read more

Movie Spotlight: Tarsem Singh

Director Tarsem Singh is known for his stunning, epic, gorgeous visuals. In a Tarsem Singh film, every frame is like a painting, many of them surrealist masterpieces. Singh’s most recent release, Immortals, was released on DVD, Blu-Ray and for digital streaming today. While critics didn’t have a lot of positive things to say about this … Read more

Publishing Expert Mike Shatzkin Predicts Ebook Dominance Within 5 Years

Mike Shatzkin, of The Idea Logical Company, has been a publishing professional for nearly 50 years, and in that time he’s seen major upheavals and technology impacts in the trade publishing business. In a recent blog post, Shatzkin has this to say about the future of ebooks versus print, and online versus brick-and-mortar store sales … Read more

Now You Can Find Apps, Free Apps, Audiobooks, Games and Free Games For Your Fire In A Snap, Thanks To Our New, Categorized Lists!

FINDING EXACTLY THE CONTENT YOU WANT FOR YOUR FIRE, WHETHER PAID OR FREE, HAS JUST GOTTEN A WHOLE LOT EASIER! No matter how much you love your Fire, you’ve probably noticed that the sites you use to shop for content aren’t always organized in quite the way you’d like. It’s easy enough to find bestseller … Read more

Music Spotlight: Self-Taught Ludovic Bource’s Oscar-Winning Score For The Artist

When Ludovic Bource was walking to the stage to collect his Academy Award for Best Original Score, for The Artist, you may not have been paying attention to the voiceover announcement. If so, then you missed the amazing factoid that Bource has no formal training in composing or arrangement, he’s self-taught. And yet, his silent film era … Read more

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