…isn’t here. Suckers. However, there have been a few sites that have opened up recently that are invaluable for board game lovers. Check these out if you’re interested in them, or if a certain gamer in your life needs a new board game for the holidays (or has a birthday 6 days before Christmas and […]
Archives for November 2005
My good friends over at IGN have published an article that is worth reading before you spend your money on a Microsoft X-Box 360. While it is true that Sony has many problems that do not complement a company that needs a strong consumer base, their saving grace will still be the Playstation game system. […]
I just read an interesting article about Windows Vista and why it’s ultimately doomed to failure. For those who don’t know, Windows Vista is Microsoft’s new GUI subsystem in Longhorn. Wheras most GUI systems in operation today utilize old 2D methods for composition and display, Vista will instead use the 3D hardware to shove things […]
I discovered an interesting analysis of why Lego was pulling back on its Mindstorms line. For those who don’t know, the Mindstorms line is a neat set of tools designed with the idea to create real working programmable robotics systems using Legos. The sets have proven wildly popular, but in recent years Lego has pulled […]
As sort of a followup to my Nerd Songs post, there’s a lot of musical tributes to those powerful plumbers, Super Mario Brothers. Most of them are videos of tribute medleys.
BBC News posted an article about what next generation system they think is best, with each reporter taking a different one. We’re much smarter than any British people, so what system do you think is best: the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, or Nintendo Revolution? Which one (or ones) are you planning on buying, and why?
In utter amazement, the supply of X-Box 360’s has been severely limited and people were lined up far earlier then they should have been last night into this morning just for the chance to get one console. At least some people were smart enough to not research, and were told this morning in front of […]
Something I discovered recently was a website that will generate your secret hobbit and elf name. My secret Elven Name: Elwë Tulcakelumë My secret Hobbit Name: Polo Danderfluff
While I am constantly hunting for new indie music since I have some sort of musical equivalent of ADHD, I have found that I am able to satisfy my hunger by relying upon old classics and familiar songs mashed up in new ways. What’s that all mean? I’ve found a bunch of albums on the […]
It has come to my attention that some people still haven’t seen the One Thing that the Internet Was Destined To Spread. For those of you who haven’t yet seen it, here it is: The music video to the third Reanimator movie, starring Jeffery Combs (who also voices the Question on JLU). Move Your Dead […]