Put on your thinking caps, kids. TED lecturer Dennis Wildfogel takes on the complex concept of the infinity of infinities.
Jon Hamm doesn't know what an iPhone or an App is? Don Draper would be so disappointed. Good thing our favorite girl Lena Dunham and her challenging pants are around to help fill him in and introduce The New Yorker's new iPhone app.
While these albums are more than 20 years old, the sounds remain fresh, and now the physical product is as well with these new colored pressings.
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Creating an entirely fictional world is no small task, especially when it involves dragons, armor, and weapons unlike anything we've ever seen before. The Game of Thrones Hardcover Book gives a 192-page look into the artistry behind the creation of the fantasy world of Westeros through set photos, production and costume designs, storyboards, and insider stories.