Take my love, take my land,
Take me where I cannot stand.
I don’t care, I’m still free,
You can’t take the sky from me.
From the magically talented artist that has bedecked you in Guardians of the Galaxy adornments, draped you in Outlander finery, and dressed you like a Viking, comes a jewelry line all of us space cowboys have been waiting for… RockLove Jewelry’s Firefly collection by Allison Hourcade Cimino, also a ThinkGeek exclusive!
This week, Greg Davies (from TARDISBlend, Blendover, and Heavy Metal Historian podcasts) joins us as we discuss: Jay Z brings major talent into streaming music, Twitter gets into livestreaming, Gender discrimination in tech, an executive order against cyber threats, and the Doctor (as we now know him) turns ten … and much much more.
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, ThinkGeek has brought back a variation on their limited edition Kiss Me I’m Elvish t-shirt and is offering it for FREE today with the purchase of $30 or more.
This Lord Of The Rings-inspired 100% cotton kelly green t-shirt features the words “Kiss Me I’m Elvish” in white letters. The same phrase is also written in Tengwar in Feanorian script resembling that of the inscription on the One Ring. The background design is inspired by the white Tree of Gondor.
This week, Amazon launches the Fire set-top box, OKCupid takes a political stance and blocks Firefox, news from Microsoft‘s Build conference, DVD/CD ripping is finally legal in the UK, April Fools on the web, and much more…
If you’re a fan of ThinkGeek products, then you know April 1st is the day to watch the site as they roll out their annual limited-time-only, hard-to-get (or actually, impossible to get!) products.
This year, the spotlight product of the day is one we’ve all been waiting for — Rosetta Stone® – Learn to Speak Klingon!
That’s right – the popular language learning system has teamed up with ThinkGeek and Nerdist to create this eagerly anticipated item and even got the endorsement of everyone’s favorite Klingon – Michael Dorn, who played Worf on Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. You can check out the video here below of Dorn hawking the new product.