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Multi-player Shooters are a Different Beast

Sat, 20 Dec 2014 10:13:44 +0000

I’ve moved on from Call of Duty to Killzone Mercenary. Since CoD was my first FPS I pretty much thought it was great. While I still think it’s a great addition and it seems that sales are finally picking up since they drastically reduced the price, it definitely under delivers on the VITA’s promise. Killzone […]



Lessons You Can Learn from Call of Duty and First Person Shooters

Sun, 28 Apr 2013 03:24:11 +0000

There’s a lot of life lessons in first person shooters like Call of Duty. I’ve been playing a lot in between tasks. It’s great for procrastination! I’m not even above average mind you, but coming late to the party there’s a lot of things I can appreciate. Even if the benefits of playing FPS games […]



Apple, Condemned to Death by a Thousand Papercuts

Mon, 25 Mar 2013 04:56:02 +0000

Ever since Steve Jobs’ death, Apple pundits and fanboys all around the world began counting down the “inevitable death of Apple”. There can only be one Steve Jobs and he is dead. He defined an era when only an era can be defined. The emergence of the iPhone can only be described as a goldfish swallowing […]



Using Gmail/IMAP Backups for Super Fast Email

Fri, 22 Mar 2013 04:03:50 +0000

Anyone who uses email often enough at some point in life will eventually struggle with handling an ever growing collection of email. Email bankruptcy is a very real prospect. My email address is literally a blackhole where lots of messages go to die. Thanks to the “all you can eat buffet” approach to email storage […]



Playing a Bit Too Much Call of Duty

Thu, 28 Feb 2013 09:17:29 +0000

So I’ve been playing CoD for the last couple of days, I think a week or so at least. Every time I get stuck on a level I just consult this guy’s videos. I’m getting mildly better at it, but still it’s just dismal. The levels or “operations” I have trouble on I basically get […]



Playing some First Person Shooters

Sun, 24 Feb 2013 14:18:22 +0000

I’ve started playing first person shooters, Call of Duty on the PS Vita to be more exact. While the debate of how good or bad video games are for you is a perennial debate, we still don’t know that much despite it being a multi-billion dollar industry and the fact that countless hours are poured […]



Hangover Part II

Sat, 16 Jul 2011 08:36:00 +0000

The funny thing about sequels is that they are rarely better than the original but generate more money. Hangover Part II is no exception but definitely worth watching. It’s hard to beat the original. Four guys wake up in Las Vegas after a bachelor’s party sans bachelor with the nastiest of hangovers and no recollection […]



One Month With the Kindle

Sun, 12 Jun 2011 14:11:00 +0000

Since I’ve spent over a month with the Kindle I thought I’d write up some impressions. More Reading The reading experience is indeed flawless. Of course, the page turning could be sped up and made less disconcerting where you see a flood of e-ink come and go as it re-draws the text. However, that said, […]



The Freedom Divide

Tue, 17 May 2011 13:43:24 +0000

We now live in a world of growing extremes, quite simply the haves and have nots. But what exactly is it that the haves have?



Ubuntu Will Eat Your Lunch Eventually

Fri, 29 Apr 2011 14:16:54 +0000

Despite all the doomsday prophecies and user disgust, Windows isn’t really going anywhere. Sure, smart companies use Google Apps & Docs and/or LibreOffice unless they’re tied into legacy custom software or antiquated IT department policies but Microsoft still has most computer manufacturers firmly in their pocket. It’s really crazy when you think about it because […]