Month: December 2012

  • Understandable standards for system and components

    I love this Tech Report article on setting standards for computer systems and components, but don’t have any idea how we could make this reality. Discrete or integrated, nobody knows what graphics solution to choose anymore. No, I’m not talking about people like you and me who actually read hardware reviews. I’m talking about the […]

  • Good news – we’re safe in 2040!

    Turns out NASA has your back, folks. The asteroid known as 2011 AG5 won’t hit the earth in 2040 after all. I know I, for one, am relieved. I was preparing for a dinosaur mass extinction event and was already prepared to move underground.

  • Video Game Maps – an atlas of awesome

    VGMaps: Video Game Maps Рan atlas of awesome 

  • International Space Station tour

  • Icon – a tool for unlocking the City of Heroes costume creator now that the game is shut down

  • Skyrim best mods?

    I’ve started playing Skyrim again. The kids love it. I love it. It’s just a really well-crafted game. So now I’m looking over the newest Steam Workshop mods available for Skyrim. There have been loads of good community add-ons done since I stopped playing a few months. Anyone have recommendations of the best game enhancements? […]

  • Settlers of Catan gameboard Kickstarter

    If you are a gamer familiar with the Settlers of Catan boardgame, I think you might be interested in this gameboard management kickstarter which allows you to keep all the game pieces better organized. The picture to the left shows a close-up of the board pieces plugged together during play.

  • Blogging burnout, returning a Blahg

    Three and a half years ago, I posted a picture of the awesome and beautiful Alyson Hannigan then quietly disappeared into nothingness. I was burnt out on blogging. More specifically, I was burnt out on the deafening silence from the audience. When I started my Blah, Blah, Blahg, I did so as a way to […]