There are a multitude of video game theme covers on the internet, and all sorts of songs have a line or two referencing gaming, but few songs are really about gaming, particularly songs reflecting it in a positive light. Certainly, there are all sorts of songs about boys ignoring girls during a gaming session. There aren’tContinue reading “Five Great Songs About Games or Gaming”
Four weeks is a long time. Perhaps not in the grand scheme of things, but I don’t think anyone would argue it is too short to get the feel of a laptop. For the last 30 days, I’ve used the Chromebook almost every day. It couldn’t replace my main laptop, but I attempted to useContinue reading “Chromebook: One Month Later”
Oh yeah! My friend Jason has this podcast, and he needed a way to get it on iTunes and Stitcher, so I’m hosting it. It’s not my podcast, so it has a bit of a different vibe to it. Still, if you are into video games you should give it a listen. If you like it,Continue reading “Forward Compatible”
View fullsize The Ouya console and controller. I should probably be restraining some of my excitement, but there’s no way around it: I’m very anxious to get my hands on my Limited Edition, Kickstarter-Backer-Only version of the Ouya. There is as much to be worried about as there is to be excited over. Ouya isContinue reading “Excited About Ouya”
The Samsung Series 3 Chromebook(or, to make typing/reading easier, the SS3c) is in many ways a flagship device for Google’s ChromeOS. Despite its low price tag, this Chromebook fulfills the promises of ChromeOS: it is fast, light, and secure. Because of its low price tag, I just went out and bought one without hesitation. Here’sContinue reading “Chromebook: Extended Review”
A stock photo of the Samsung Series 3 Chromebook. Today I started messing around with a Chromebook. Specifically, a Samsung Series 3 Chromebook. Chromebooks are designed around Google’s Chrome web browser. Aside from a few built-in apps, everything runs through Chrome. This also means that everything on the laptop is linked to a Google account.Continue reading “Chromebook: Day One”
I used to look at this and think: one day, this will all be mine.The collections many geeks amass wind up being one step short of hoarding. We insist upon having every example of whatever thing strikes our fancy; for me, this is a trifecta of video games, movies, and music. For a long time,Continue reading “Confessions of a Digital Hoarder”
I am merging all my websites into one huge mess. It’s for the best, really.