Tag Archives: the guild

Felicia Day’s New Book Lets Us All Be Weird Together

Felicia Day’s New Book Lets Us All Be Weird Together

‘You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost),’ Felicia Day’s memoir, was released today and is the perfect book for every geek. Read More

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All Questions Answered With The Guild: The Official Companion

All Questions Answered With The Guild: The Official Companion

I have a confession to make: I’m really not into MMOs. I’ve played World of Warcraft, City of Heroes, and even The Matrix, but these kinds of games have never managed to hold my interest for long — level 17 for WoW, 21 for CoH, and only 11 for Matrix. But even though MMOs aren’t for me, I do have one MMO-related addiction. And I’ve had it for over 5 years. It’s The Guild. Read More

Geek & Sundry Launches Today!

The new YouTube channel “Geek & Sundry” launched this morning, and it’s already as excellent as we’d hoped it would be. You should check it out at your earliest opportunity. Anton Olsen provided a preview of the channel a couple … Read More

Wondercon Highlights Part 1

With San Francisco’s Moscone Center under renovation, WonderCon moved to Anaheim this year–and seemed to bring a bit of the Bay Area’s rain and chill wind along with it. We shivered our way between hotel and convention center, dodging clusters of purple-eyeshadowed cheerleaders who were competing in a tournament in the next hall over. Here… Read More

Happy Birthday, Wil Wheaton!

We don’t make a secret of our appreciation for Wil Wheaton here on GeekDad. Speaking for myself, I’ve been a great fan of his writing since I started reading his blog about ten years ago, and I’m among those who … Read More

Happy Birthday, Felicia Day!

Today marks the 32nd anniversary of the birth of the incredibly talented geek and latter-day geek icon known as Felicia Day. Day first became known to the geek community for her recurring role as Vi in the final season of … Read More

A Cure For w00tstock Envy

It’s been great watching all of the GeekDad coverage of San Diego Comic-Con, and I am quite envious of the people who were able to attend this year. Fortunately nothing is really that far away on the internet, and I … Read More