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TV Shows to Look Forward to in 2015

The sitcoms, superhero shows, and limited series worth checking out over the next few months<p>The television industry still likes to pretend viewers care about pilot season in the fall, but there's no better way to see how things are rapidly changing than to look at the winter TV landscape, dotted …

Blink-182’s Tom DeLonge discusses plans for punk trio’s new album

He's said they won't be recording their seventh LP in a normal studio<p>Blink-182‘s <b>Tom DeLonge</b> has discussed plans for the band’s new album.<p>Speaking to …

How A Member Of Blink-182 Is Secretly Changing The Music Business

Here’s why Kanye West, Jack White, and other musicians are hiring pop-punk guitarist Tom Delonge to help them make money online.<p>Kanye West, Jack White, and Pearl Jam all have something in common—Tom DeLonge, Blink 182’s guitarist and singer. More specifically, his software platform, Modlife. The …

North Korea Has An Interesting Offer. And Another Threat

North Korea, which denies that it had anything to do with a hack against Sony Pictures Entertainment, now wants to help the U.S. root out the real culprit. But true to form for Pyongyang, the dubious offer comes tinged with a threat of "serious" consequences should Washington decline.<p>An …

U.S. seeks China's help against North Korean cyberattacks

The United States has asked China for help battling North Korean hacking of American information systems, such as the Sony Pictures incident, a senior administration official told CNN on Saturday.<p>"We have discussed this issue with the Chinese to share information, express our concerns about this …

Caged Humans in Bali - Photographs and text by Ingetje Tadros | LensCulture

When I walked into the room, I did not see a room. It was a cage and in that cage was a human being that had been stripped of her wings, her voice, her humanity. The first feelings that came to me as I entered this room, this cage, this holding pen, was that in the corner was another human—but one …