"What is dead may never die" may be the credo of the Drowned God, but "what is viral may never die" is the life philosophy of network executives. To that end, everyone's favorite non-political sketch from Saturday Night Live last season, David S. Show More Summary
I've been hanging, drying, and pressing flowers since those old high school dance corsages. Now it's time to channel that dried flower nostalgia into some seriously beautiful dried flower bouquet for your wedding. Here is some dried flower inspiration for bouquets, table decor, and even hanging flowers!
That didn't take long. Less than one day after deleting his Twitter, Ed Sheeran just can't seem to stay away. Everyone suspected that his departure from the social network was caused by an insane amount of hate he got for his weirdShow More Summary
What’s dead may never die, especially in the worlds of boy band rivalries. At least, that seems to be the latest from former NSYNC crooner Joey Fatone, who called out Backstreet Boy AJ McLean over Twitter in a friendly (or was it?) reminder of the changing tides of popularity between the two major 90s groups.…
What is dead may never die, but Malta's iconic Azure Window -- known to Game of Thrones fans for its prominent placement in Season 1 during the wedding of Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) and Khal Drogo (Jason Momoa) -- has definitely been swallowed by the sea for now. Show More Summary
Whenever Gartner releases its latest smartphone market share numbers, the expected decline in Windows phone market share is followed by the expected, "Windows phone is dead!" mantra. With just 0.3 percent share in Gartner's most recent report, things almost couldn't look worst for Windows phone. Show More Summary
Game of Thrones fans are well aware that what is dead may never die, so it shouldn't come as too much of a shock that a character killed in Season 6 may return in Season 7. Still, you probably weren't expecting to see Walder Frey (David Bradley) again, after Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) baked his... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Game of Thrones David Bradley
Some things apparently never really die… like zombies, for instance. But if there’s anything that may die harder than a zombie being blown to bits by post-apocalyptic survivors in an award-winning AMC television series, it might be fan theories about what got the dead walking in the first place....
We may never love Jeffrey Dean Morgan the same way again. It was clear based on the ending of season six that going forward, The Walking Dead was going to be harder to watch than ever...
After last week's excellence, I guess it was too much to ask that this episode also be a stunner. But couldn't it at least have been, I don't know, marginally less mediocre? This episode was so boring I had a better timing scrolling through Instagram and Twitter, looking for all ... More »
Warning: this article contains spoilers for those not up to date with Game of Thrones series six. Events in HBO’s Game of Thrones TV series have got people talking about what it means to return from the dead. But while resurrection appears to be a very real possibility for some of the religions of...
Spoilers ahead for the most recent episode of Game of Thrones. What is dead may never die. RIP, Balon Greyjoy, the isolationist invader of the North, who refused every possible alliance, and took a fatal tumble when his brother Euron tossed him off a bridge during a storm. Until then, ... More »
Clara Oswald may have died (valiantly) two episodes ago, but you'd never know it. That's because, as the remaining episodes of the season have proved, it's hard to keep a dead Clara down.
Despite being six years old, the HTC HD2 refuses to die it seems. A port of Android 6.0 Marshmallow has now unofficially arrived for the device.
Did you miss us? The Gadgets Podcast has been fully interrupted by TC Disrupt and subsequent TC Meetups in various cities, but what is dead may never die. Or, put more simply, we’re back. Today, we’re discussing the latest news out of...Show More Summary
Last night’s Game of Thrones season finale was a doozy. Many people are as freaked out about the ending as I was. But, I have some encouragement. I will put my thoughts below the fold. Ever since Ned Stark was killed, we’ve gotten used to beloved characters being killed off. Show More Summary
Enjoy! Works Attewell discusses (warning all these posts contain spoilers for all five books): Tyrion IV (one, two three), Tyrion V (arguing with Cersei), Tyrion VI (Pycelle the traitor) Jon III (what did Mormont know?) Bran IV (talking with Luwin about magic) Catelyn II (the Tourney at Bitterbridge) Theon II (the plan) Arya III and […]
One of the biggest life lessons we learned from Game of Thrones is "what is dead may never die," and this seems to be the case with Twilight. The high-grossing film franchise based on the Stephanie Meyer-penned book series is returning...Show More Summary
What is dead may never die. Perhaps that's why Palm's webOS continues to find new life in enthusiast projects such as LuneOS, a in-progress port of webOS for the HP TouchPad tablet and Nexus 4 handset. Break out that old HP TouchPad or Nexus 4: webOS port launches as LuneOS originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…
Big Brother 16 keeps on going and, once again, the Bomb Squad runs the show. The alliance may have died in week 2, but like a zombie invasion, it never stays dead. Every week the members fight amongst themselves, turn on each other, but then they reunite and decide to evict another outsider.