A few nights ago, I went to Ümloud, a charity event at DNA Lounge. They had a raffle, and I bought a few tickets. The lady selling the tickets happened to have a Square device on the phone she was using to accept payment, and I thought it was so cool that I decided to… Continue reading Social media
Sonic 4 is pretty much what I expected it to be: a rehash of the Genesis Sonic games in 2.5D with one or two new gimmicks, and most of the flaws that come with modern Sonic games: sub-par level design, frustrating bottlenecks, and a misunderstanding of the physics that made the original Sonic games fun.… Continue reading Sonic 4 review
mentioned she liked reading my rants on how websites are built, and since I’m in the website-building business, it makes sense that I’d have some insights on what’s what. This is not to say that I’m an authority on how sites should be built, nor am I the only one spending time nitpicking. There are… Continue reading Website Review: Treasure Island Music Festival 2010
I reserved an iPhone 4 the day preorders opened – I didn’t actually order one since I couldn’t get through Apple’s website; I reserved one via the Apple Store iPhone app instead. Turns out this was about as good an outcome as waiting for it to just be available, since I wouldn’t have had to… Continue reading iPhone 4 The Tie
I wrote this on IRC and I feel like sharing it with you. My name (over and over) omitted. final fantasy crystal chronicles my life as a darklord it’s a tower defense game tower defense pisses me off because it falls into the category of “games that eventually get impossibly hard” might sound weird but… Continue reading Because this is the place for long-form content
I know it’s navigating into rocky territory when I start criticizing a charity, but I’m going to do it anyway: Child’s Play is a gross misallocation of resources, and those who contribute toward it should give it a second thought. What you’re doing when you contribute to Child’s Play is buying toys, games, and books… Continue reading Charity.