A new computer delayed my post from yesterday, but considering how time flew while I assembled it, it was totally worth it.
Some people are tied to one type of device, but not me.
I used to be kept prisoner by the great and powerful DVD disc in order to view my favorite shows and movies. No longer.
Like most students who got into pre-med, I thought I’d given up being a doctor. Turns out I just got to be one on a different path.
Why I can’t stand having my home screen filled with little colored squares, or why apps on the phone aren’t my thing.
The Oculus Rift’s price tag got revealed today, and many people are finding $600 worth of reasons to make fun of it. But what is Oculus really aiming for by setting their cash investment bar so high? Find out in my latest post.
Oh man, Microsoft really threw down the gauntlet yesterday, didn’t they? I sort of feel like any of those scenes from “You Got Served” where someone pulled off a really awesome dance move and the crowd was like “damnnnnnnn”, and, and….wait, why are you giving me
I know I write a ton of articles on how the advancement of geek tech has meant awesome things for our society, and that the Luddites among us need not fear that they will one day wake up to a future where robots will rule
The other day I was flipping around videos on YouTube and happened upon the always-funny, never dull Picard song. This, of course, prompted me into an hour or two long tour through some of the best of Star Trek: The Next Generation. And if it
Before I get started today, a random question…what is with the whole “mysterious hands floating around a crystal ball” thing, anyway? While searching for images to yoink for today’s post there was an eerie similarity in how people handle crystal balls (insert “that’s what she