Category Archive: Commentary

Mar 02

I Just Pre-Ordered Mass Effect 3

So… I havent’ played a BioWare game since… Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic. No, not the new, critically-acclaimed MMO by BioWare, Star Wars: The Old Republic that came out in 2011. The, now long-in-the-tooth RPG that I played on the original XBox back in 2003. Before that I played Neverwinter Nights and Baldurs …

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Feb 10

Khan Academy

Watch. Practice. Learn almost anything for free. Today I saw news that Craig Silverstein, Google’s first employee has left the company. My first thought? “What company is offering him an opportunity better than what he found at Google?” It turns out that he will be joining Khan Academy, a “not-for-profit with the goal of changing education …

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Jan 24

Plight of the Tech Enthusiast

This was passed on to me by my friend Marco and it struck such a strong chord that I couldn’t help but re-post it here. Enjoy!

Jan 19

The Age of the Tech Enthusiast(Death of the PC?)

By 2013, mobile phones will overtake PCs as the most common Web access device worldwide. It’s a great time to be a tech enthusiast (and gamer)! The Wall Street Journal pointed out that the Consumer Electronics Show(CES), once buzzing with the latest, greatest desktop and laptop technology, now buzzes to a cacophony of tablets(such as …

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Jan 08

Get the best graphics card for your money – January 2011

Detailed graphics card specifications and reviews are great—that is, if you have the time to do the research. But at the end of the day, what a gamer needs is the best graphics card within a certain budget. –TomsHardware.com I couldn’t agree more! One of the biggest hurdles to enjoying PC games is having hardware …

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Dec 23

Top 10 Reasons Gift Cards Are Perfect For Gamers and Tech Enthusiasts

As a gamer and/or tech enthusiast – how do you feel about receiving gift cards as opposed to some other gift? I’ve had a few conversations about gift card giving this year as I have approached Christmas, usually as the result of someone asking me how I feel about receiving them. I tend to really …

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