Monthly Archives: March 2012

IFlop? Bad iPad3 reviews a significant first

I haven’t said much about all things Apple on my blog thus far… and maybe I should have.  The “curat­ed” appli­ca­tion expe­ri­ence has many hid­den con­sumer pit­falls includ­ing loss of pri­va­cy, but loss of con­trol over our own com­put­er devices … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Walking on the Ground: GPU Foolishness an Wookieepedia

I was watch­ing a tech­nol­o­gy demo for a new graph­ics card today — not that I can afford a new GPU, but I like to keep up.  We’re quite for­tu­nate right now that the gam­ing con­soles suck — it means … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Massively Multiplayer Thoughts

I played Eve-Online for some con­sid­er­able time.  What I’ve real­ized is that online mas­sive­ly mul­ti­play­er games seem to share it’s sim­plis­tic graph­ics require­ments.  I remem­ber there being (at one point) a big stink about the game final­ly drop­ping sup­port for … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Mass Effect 3 Review

If you’re look­ing for the short, spoil­er-free shop­ping rec­om­men­da­tion, then Mass Effect 3 (and in fact, the whole Mass Effect series) is an expe­ri­ence that no seri­ous gamer should be with­out.  In fact, if you’re seri­ous about spoil­ers, refrain from … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Household Airbags

I remem­ber being a fan of Super Dave Osbourne when I was a kid.  In many ways he filled in the self-inflic­t­ed pain humor that Wile E. Coy­ote did for a gen­er­a­tion before.  I recall at one point (and I’m … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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