I always knew it.
The 11th Doctor hanging out with The Beatles:
I always knew it.
The essential stages of video game history. Please, add your own!
So, let's start with the basics.
Again, this is a prerequisite. These first two should be called "Two video game levels to play before you ever have a conversation ever."
As long as you're playing the original Zelda, you should beat the game. Or, as Samir Mezrahi, our deputy social media editor, puts it, "The thought of the music when you enter the level still gives me the chills."
This is the definitive level in what a plurality of gamers would call the greatest game ever made. Beating it is a rite of passage. It's like a Bat Mitzvah for dorks, I mean sick bros.
Think you know the difference between Arial and Helvetica? Know what makes a font serif or sans-serif? Are you a font of knowledge when it comes to fonts? Put your typesetting skills to the test.
Stuart Freeborn, the British make-up artist who designed Yoda, has died. Miss you we will. Here are some intriguing facts about Freeborn’s most famous creation.
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Today is Facebook’s ninth birthday. Meet the students who celebrated its birth — and find out where they are now.
Broder, two years ahead of the Facebook founders at Harvard, went on to NYU Law School and a job at the law firm Simpson Thacher. She’s now an associate at Troutman Sanders, and in 2012, was named by Law & Politics as a “rising star” in tax law.
McMahon lives in New Orleans, where she works as a media fellow for Bridge the Gulf, a group of citizen journalists collecting stories from the Gulf Coast in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. McMahon also blogs for The Huffington Post.
Olson, the fourth roommate in Zuckerberg, Hughes, and Moskovitz's suite, was "an amateur thespian with an impish streak," according to David Kirkpatrick, author of The Facebook Effect. In The Social Network, Olson has the bright idea of comparing students to farm animals. While his friends all went on to become billionaires, Olson took time off from Harvard and never graduated, said a Harvard official. Still, he ended up making friends with a tight-knit group of younger students, with whom he is still close, according to a former classmate. Friends said Olson had become a firefighter in his hometown of Briarcliff Manor, New York.
Previously with the Bleacher Report, Cocalis is now the marketing manager for MiresBall, a branding agency in San Diego.