Monthly Archives: January 2010

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A Positive AFK

There are definitely times when it comes to writing a blog that you need to take a bit of a break. Writing every day is nice, and in some cases cathartic, but everyone has to recharge their batteries once in a while. This is one

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Trailers and Tribulations

Ah, game trailers. Those little bits of eye-candy that tease us with epic details and amazing visuals. Ocular pornography for geeks who like games, I like to call them. You’ll see the latest trailer I assaulted my eyes with at the bottom of this post.

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The Geek’s Version Of a Pimped-Ride

While it seems that my love affair with Star Trek Online may be coming to an end at some point in the near future, the game itself is not without some saving graces. Sure, I’ve discovered that ship combat consists of slamming the “fire at

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NCSoft’s Positively Cautionary Tale

If you’re a player of an NCSoft MMO, you might be feeling a bit nervous lately, because recent concerns and hacks on account security have raised some definite red flags with the distributor. Some of the victims were compromised using the traditional methods of unsafe

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The Everygeek Named Chuck

Good TV is sometimes tough to find to begin with these days, especially when it comes to discerning geeks like us who tend to be a little picky about what we want to watch. But every so often comes a series that speaks to us

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The Geekery Legion of Team Conan

If you keep up with late night TV at all, then by now you’ve heard about the great NBC entertainment messup that starts just after prime-time and lasts until 1. In response to affiliate concerns, NBC has decided to move former Tonight Show host Jay

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The Magic Power of a Good IP

Over at their blog, Keen talks a little bit about his first Star Trek Online impressions, and how it “being Star Trek” sort of helps a little bit with dealing with potential problems with the game. The cons outweigh the pros, Keen opines, but it’s