Technology FromSoftware and George R.R. Martin's 'Elden Ring' arrives in January 2022
2021 Fantasy Football: Top 200 Dynasty Rankings - Stockpile Running Backs Early!
Senior expert Michael Fabiano delivers his top 200 dynasty rankings ahead of the 2021 season Ahead of the 2021 NFL Draft, here are my top 200 dynasty rankings. After the draft, I'll provide an update to this list and publish rankings by position. (Note: Listed ages are for the start of the 2021 NFL season.
It’s been two long, long years since FromSoftware’s Elden Ring was, and now we finally have a release date, along with the news that it’s coming out on next-gen systems like the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. It’ll land on Windows, PlayStation and Xbox on January 22, 2022.
Elden Ring is hotly anticipated not just because it’s the next project from director Hidetaka Miyazaki of the infamously punishing Souls games, but also because it’s a completely new world co-created by A Song of Ice and Fire scribe George R.R. Martin, with some development help from former Game of Thrones staffers. (Not David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, we swear.) There are walking landmasses, glowing trees and plenty of nightmare-fuel creatures. And dragons, of course. Gotta have dragons.
Fact check: Biden's speech had an estimated 26.9 million viewers
The president’s first address to Congress had 26.9 million viewers, not 11.6 million as claimed in a social media post.An April 29 Facebook post from James T. Harris, a conservative radio host and social media personality, lists television ratings for five past presidential addresses — four from former President Donald Trump and one from Biden. The post says Biden’s address to Congress had only 11.6 million viewers, compared to 37.2 million viewers for Trump’s 2020 State of the Union speech.
Summer Games Fest was our first look at some game play, though nothing to indicate any big changes for Souls fans. And even if we still don't know what the "Elden Ring" is, the story still seems to be interesting enough to tide us over until The Winds of Winter comes out... whenever that is.
Ring's new police request policy is only the first step on a long road .
Commentary: The new measures won't stop police abuse, but they'll make it easier to track.But for all its security improvements, Ring, which is owned by Amazon, never substantively responded to criticisms of its police partnerships.