Two cool Fantasy Role Playing Games have caught my attention lately on my iPad; The Battle for Wesnoth and Battleheart. Yes, they’re both RPGs, but are so dissimilar in their approach and execution that they’re not really treading in each other’s space, so to speak. Here’s why… It’s Big The Battle for Wesnoth (which I’ll […]
A couple of weeks ago local realtor and heavy social media maven @ZoomJer and I were interviewed by CBC’s Rod Kurtz about our involvement with social media and our upcoming sessions at Guru Digital Arts College’s Social Media Saturday event. Yes, we had fun! Check out our interview here… [powerpress url=“http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1165339/CBCRadioInterview/2010–09–15-social-media.mp3”]
Earlier today Google decided to see how much it could influence the economy and productivity of first and second world nations by unleashing a viral online attack against Internet-connected office workers world wide. Ostensibly promoted as a 30 year anniversary of a classic video game, Google is, in reality, bringing workplace activity to a crawl. In […]
Exactly one week ago today we were enjoying our last day on Maui, by snorkeling. By our rough count, we managed to get in and under the water about every other day — which is pretty good for a prairie boy. So, to revisit the experience today seemed a bit appropo, with a slideshow of […]
Unless you’ve not been paying attention to the first-person-shooter or puzzle game genres over the last few years, you’re quite aware of what Portal is. But just incase you fall into that aforementioned category, let me quote from … …more This post is an excerpt from one of my weekly posts on the Future Shop […]
As BoingBoing says, the Internet is weird. Moongina.
Who is @laryssaw and why does she have this fixation on ‘The Most (fill in the blank) Man in the World’ videos? She sent me a new one (below) one earlier today, and this unforgettable gem from last week. Steve Nash is the most ridiculous man in the world Oh, and be nice to Laryssa, […]