Hilarious TV Ads From The Dawn Of The Home Computer Era

The computer revolution didn't come into people's homes overnight. There was a long period when the public was still discovering all the things they could do if they owned a computer — and this led to some truly outrageous TV ads. Check out the most hilarious and creative classic home computer ads ever made. » 3/26/15 3:29pm Yesterday 3:29pm

I loved BOTH of the new Muppet movies (just recently saw the second, and it was far better than I expected), so I expect good things from the spin-off. It probably won't have the frenetic pacing of a Miller/Lord joint (although who knows if they're producing), but I'm sure it will still be good. » 3/26/15 12:55am Yesterday 12:55am

Ever since Dan joined GiantBomb, I have been seeing stuff about wrestling on video game sites all over the web (yes, I know TMI is a specialized blog under the Kotaku domain). I'm not saying Dan started it, but I think he just made me more aware of it. The surprising thing? None of the stuff I've seen makes me want to… » 3/24/15 6:51pm Tuesday 6:51pm

The feature certainly wasn't perfect, but I as an avid reader/commenter across many of the blogs, I found myself really missing it when I was on a blog that didn't offer the feature. The ability to reply directly to parts of an article is really cool, and makes you feel even more involved in the conversation than… » 3/24/15 5:37pm Tuesday 5:37pm

I will always, always watch a show/movie before reading the book. Books are better 99.9% of the time, and reading the book last allows me to actually enjoy the movie/show first, then enjoy the book even more when I read how things actually happened. I never understand why people always want to read a superior story in… » 3/24/15 2:34pm Tuesday 2:34pm