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TheSixtyOne Review

May 21st, 2009

About a month ago, I learned about TheSixtyOne and signed up for an account. However, it took me a while (and a particular Zelda-themed song) to really delve into the site and discover what it had to offer. I’ll attempt to explain its structure and appeal. First and foremost, this is a music website, not […]

Crappy video games explained

November 21st, 2008

Kotaku is one of my favorite blogs. As an avid gamer, I find they have generally relevant content on a daily basis. I wasn’t expecting this gem, though: Wii Games Hit The Bargain Bin Faster Than PS3, 360 Ones. While the summary of the article is fairly obvious, as anyone that has been to a […]

Diablo 3 Requests

July 17th, 2008

Ever since Blizzard announced Diablo 3 on June 28, 2008, I’ve been thinking about it. While not a big fan of World of Warcraft (partially because it ruins lives, but that’s another story), I’m an incredibly big Diablo fan. I figure that it’s still early enough in the development process that I can suggest some […]

This article is reposted from an article I wrote for The Technique (official site, Wikipedia article), published on March 3, 2007. (html, pdf). You may also be interested in MomoCon’s official site and Wikipedia article. Some students decide to spend their life savings over spring break, taking trips to Maui or Cancun, partying all night […]

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