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Airbnb's new brand resembles the logos of several other companies. Looks like someone forgot to do a Google Image Search.
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Where is Castle Black? Who can send aid?

Here's a quick map to orient yourself before tonights' finale. Castle Black sits at the center of the Wall. The Wall itself is around 300 miles long - which makes Castle Black around 150ish miles from the sea to the East. Craster's Keep is a good distance into the Haunted Forest. Mole's Town where the men of the Nights Watch go digging for buried treasure, is just to the south, with the King's Road running south to the rest of the Kingdom.

The ruins are the abandoned castles. Eastwatch-by-the-sea is still manned, as is the Shadow Tower to the West near the Bridge of Skulls. But Castle Black is a long way from anywhere, especially anywhere that has any reinforcements. Not a great place to be with 100,000 wildlings bearing down on you.

You can see the full map here (http://www.fantasticmaps.com/2013/03/beyond-the-wall/) - where you'll see just how far the Thenn's have come (Thenn is right up in the top left). They're not turning round and going home any time soon.

This comes from my Lands of Ice and Fire map folio: http://amzn.to/SkK4oQ

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Check out this video on YouTube: what ate this 9 foot great white shark?

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Turns out it was a bigger shark. 
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I've always loved the concept of the old adventurer, the veteran explorer who's been traveling the land for years, experiencing numerous different quests and refusing to retire. However, it's a concept that can be somewhat di...
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Secret, the popular anonymous-sharing app, raised $25 million. Here's how it went from poorly designed messaging app to red-hot startup.
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I just Googled : What ate 9 ft shark, and got this - it's easy!    
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I am a doctoral researcher writing a disertation on Managing with Games. I'm also a dad, geek, gamer, and collector of comics!
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I am a doctoral researcher that is studying games as a tool for management. I am very interested in serious games, but am also really into RPG’s, board games, video games, and basically any other kind of game or sport! Outside of gaming, I have a background in sales management and marketing. I primarily blog about social media, blogging, sales, leadership, management, and gaming though you will see other geeky content from me. I have very eclectic taste and love to learn and share new ideas. I am always looking for new projects or ideas to support and am willing to lend an ear, help spread the word, or jump in whole hog if I find the project interesting!

 

In addition to that I am a husband, father, and Director of Admissions for a college in the Seattle area. I am a collector of comic books, lover of Sci-Fi, and runner. I am really into obstacle racing and mud runs and am documenting my training at http://runningfor365days.com I also blog sales leadership and management thoughts at http://salesmanagement20.com and am planning to launch a serious games blog soon! Stay tuned!

 

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  • Capella University
    Doctor of Education, 2009 - present
  • The Evergreen State College
    Bachelors Degree in Business Entrepreneurship and Economics
  • University of Phoenix
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