Blizzard has finally done it. They have placed the final nail in the coffin of my productivity. They have released Hearthstone for Android. So now I can play the game from any where that I have internet. Who knows, next thing I might actually win a game. Head on over to the Google Play Store and say goodbye to getting things done.
I can definitely feel the approach of Christmas coming, mostly in the fact that I'm becoming so busy with everything beside being geeky. In addition to the usual holiday business, I'm also finding myself working an extreme amount of overtime in order to get my current design project out on time. However, I'm going to take a few minutes to relate to you how I managed to be a geek during my limited hours of free time. Read on for my (busy) geeky week.Read More
Hello readers! I'm still away from home in beautiful Savannah, Georgia. But that doesn't mean that I'm not going to produce an article for you this week. Instead, my usual article format will be somewhat subsumed by a postmortem report on my vacation. Read on to learn all about my Savannah vacation!Read More
Hi everyone! I'm a little late on my article this week due to travel, but I'm looking forward to a great vacation. I'm writing to you all from Savanah, Georgia, home of our friend, Kit Seaton. She does some amazing art, especially if you love silent film stars like Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd, and Charlie Chaplin. In the meantime, I'm completely confused about what day it is, but planning to enjoy some time where I don't have to work.Read More
The holidays are here and that means it is time to get your favorite geeks something to show your undying love. And whether they be your husband, wife, friend or favorite blogger there are tons of cool things out there that anyone would love to have.Read More
Wow, 200 episodes so far. That really is amazing if you think about it. At 1 episode every week or two that means we have been doing this around 4 years! Thank you everyone for your support and we look forward to reaching 300!
Welcome to winter in Colorado! The temperatures this week have been well below freezing. But that just gives me a better excuse to hide in the house and play the video games. And that is exactly what I managed to do this weekRead More
Remember when most electronics had the option of a translucent case that was tinged one color but still let you see the inner workings? Well Nintendo does and has decided to bring it back with two new 2DS options starting on 11/21/2014 at an MSRP of $99.99.
This will launch along side (but separately) of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire this month and will make a great gift for this holiday season. And for those that are not sure, yes these are compatible with any 3DS game
Lets admit one thing, as geeks we tend to start collecting things. It tends to be limited to one type of thing or related to something specific, but we do collect. For some it is DVD's, others Gundum models. A recent trend as been the introduction of NFC models that work with video games. Both Skylanders and Disney Infinity have been really successful with this. So now Nintendo is getting in the game with Amiibo, figurines that resemble characters either owned by or licensed to Nintendo. The initial run is set to work with Super Smash Bros Wii and Super Smash Bros 3DS (requires dongle that has not been released yet), Mario Kart 8, and Hyrule Warriors.Read More
You know what StarCraft II has been missing? Some single player Protoss love. The Terrans and the Zerg has both gotten their time in the sun, but not the Protoss. Thankfully that has finally changed with the announcement of "Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void" in which the Protoss aim to take back their homeworld of Aiur that was lost to the Zerg so many years ago. But there is more at play here, and the whole of creation may stand at the brink of destruction unless things change.