Check Out Game of Thrones Season 4 Premiere & Special Features Free This Week on Xbox Live

If you’re an Xbox Live member still on the edge of your seat and heartbroken after the Red Wedding, we have good news for you. Starting today, you can watch the “Game of Thrones” Season 4 premiere for free all week! HBO is teaming up with Xbox to bring the highly-anticipated episode to Xbox One and Xbox 360 through April 14 whether or not you subscribe to HBO or you’re an Xbox Live Gold member.

When you sign in to Xbox Live today, you’ll notice an awesome new hub on your home screen full of “Game of Thrones” special features where you’ll find access to the big return episode for the next week. Also included in the hub are behind-the-scenes videos, featurettes, trailers and exclusive interviews with the cast of “Game of Thrones” from SXSW with Xbox’s Blain Howard. Claim to know everything about “Game of Thrones?” Take the quiz to find out if you’re as big of a fan as you think you are! Triumph and you may take your seat on the Iron Throne.

(vía Xbox Wire)

A Game of Social Thrones: Game of Thrones Opening Sequence for Social Medias

At HootSuite we’re big fans of HBO’s Game of Thrones and with the 4th season of GoT finally here we wanted to do our own rendition of the iconic opening titles. After all, uniting warring kingdoms is a story we know a thing or two about.

HootSuite unites social networks under one platform so businesses and organizations of all sizes can collaboratively execute social media strategies across multiple social networks all from one secure web-based dashboard.

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Super Mario Cat (In Real Life)

Here’s a real-life feline version of Super Mario… because on the Internet, nothing is as awesome as cats and video games, and when you combine them, you get instant online celebrity.

What is the cat doing while Mario is not at home…

Nerdy Engineer: Neil Armstrong on Being a Nerd

An Engineering Manifesto by the first man on the moon. “Science is about what is. Engineering is about what CAN be.”

From “The Engineering Century”, delivered at the National Press Club on February 22, 2000. Audio used with kind permission from the NPC and C-SPAN.

Animated by Jorge Cham - jorgecham.com
Produced by PHD TV, Allison Okamura and Maria Yang

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