Monthly Archives: August 2009

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My (Blogging) Hero

Image by karla_k via Flickr Lately I’ve found myself at the bookstore on a regular basis, and with time to kill I’ve managed to devour a number of interesting and meaningful tomes, from Chelsea Handler‘s hilarious “My Horizontal Life” to Jim Butcher‘s Dresden Files novels.

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SWTOR And The Evolution of Bioware’s RPG

Image by PhOtOnQuAnTiQuE via Flickr Over at Darth Hater there’s a curious little article about the debate between Bioware‘s fans about whether or not Star Wars: The Old Republic would have been better as a single-player RPG. Most of the argument comes from Knights of

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The Wonderful, Crazy Internet in a Nutshell

Image by DavidErickson via Flickr So Ardua over at Echoes of Nonsense tweeted over a link to me in response to me having to do a sort of show-and-tell presentation for folks. Clearly, the internet is full of interesting, amazing, and screwed up things, but

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Championing The MMO

Image by randomdialogue via Flickr So this weekend with the advent of opening beta to all Fileplanet members, I finally got a chance to download the client and try out a bit of Champions Online, the other major title coming out in September in the

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My MMO Peeps

Image by turbojoe (away) via Flickr Lately it sure seems like there is a generous dose of haterade going around about just about any of the MMO titles that are out, about to come out, or will be coming out in the future. Upset from

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Geek Coverage Post-Mortem

Image by Jaysun via Flickr So with most of us geeks getting more dependent on our digital tools, toys, and other endeavors, it seems to me that should the unthinkable happen, our loved ones, especially the non-geeky ones, would be terribly unprepared to deal with

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A Champion’s Taking A Beating – CO Compilations by Syp

Image via Wikipedia Ah, the wonderful world of MMOs, where these days folks are more fickle than fair weather sports fans and first impressions are more than important – they’re everything. Such it is with Champions Online, which, looking at a compilation by Syp of