TMN Contributing Writer Todd Levin was a writer for The Tonight Show With Conan O’Brien. He has also written for GQ, Esquire, Vanity Fair, and Salon. He lives in Los Angeles, where he comforts himself in knowing at least the sun is bright.
A live studio audience is one part mosh pit, two parts Godot. A Glendale taping becomes a hostage situation.
Experts answer what they know. The Non-Expert answers anything. This week we use some recent knowledge of severance packages to help one of the newly unemployed.
Experts answer what they know. The Non-Expert answers anything. This week we counsel a young man who can’t read the road signs in a doomed relationship.
The current war between console makers is bloody, and sides must be chosen. A look toward the next generation.
A look back to the dot-com boom years when money grew on trees, dreams were cast, and happiness could be delivered via Urbanfetch.
Discovering Chinatown’s black market for gaming, and risking your dating life and career for long nights of back-alley entertainment.
Strong men also play video games. The story of how a young depressed man became a bear, dragon, tiger, and man-wolf.
Recounting lessons from a first Nintendo, particularly as taught by the highs and lows of Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out.
How many video games does it take to make a man? An epic new series traces a man’s life in gaming systems. Part one: paddles to jump-start your heart, and the end-all, be-all red fire button.
People who hate television love to talk about it, not realizing they could be spending their time improving their minds—with novelizations. The best of the oeuvre, with and without Steve Urkel.
Every year for South by Southwest, thousands of creative visionaries descend upon Austin, Texas. You might meet some of them, too—if only you weren’t at the Interactive portion of the festival.
Experts answer what they know. The Non-Expert answers anything. This week we come up with a handy guide—tips, lists, and charts—to choosing wines and playing the connoisseur.