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Monthly Archives: November 2011

India K’ Raja

As I’ve said before, I’m a fan of all-you-can-eat buffets, mainly because they cater to both my notorious thriftiness and my equally notorious appetite. While admittedly, a number of these are of some dubious quality, to say nothing of the patrons, a surprising number of

We need more Aquapunk

I recently finished the Bioshock tie-in novel by John Shirley, and as a reader and as a Bioshock fan, let me say what an invigorating book it was. While not perfect, it was a good read, a well-handled prequel, extending our look into Rapture and

Elder Scrolls V Skyrim

This has been a great month for video games, with some of the finest games of the last several years all coming out in the span of a single month. Gears of War 3, Battlefield 3 and Modern Warfare 3 set off the month with

Amazon Kindle Fire

Last year for Black Friday, I did my first product review, encouraging all of you to buy the Amazon Kindle, and for good reason. Amazon’s ebook reader was a revolutionary device that even then, with it’s month long battery life, friendly user-interface, and massive selection

The Muppets

What is there to say about the Muppets? Jim Henson’s famous puppets have found a place in the hearts of millions since their inception, and have found their way to the silver screen a few times as well. In spite of no major media appearances

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We we need to stop SOPA Now!

Few people would debate that the Internet is an integral part of the modern world and is perhaps the largest engine for artistic expression, economic growth, scientific advancement and human freedom in the whole of human history, and will likely only become even more so

Modern Whig Party

With election day having just past, and various political tidbits in the news ranging from the latest in a long string of budget battles and various candidates chasing after the Republican nominee, to say nothing of OWS, it isn’t hard to imagine that many of