Archive for June, 2006

3D Logic

3D Logic

Almost a week ago, Ars came through with another gem: a Flash-based game called 3D Logic by Alex Matveev made the rounds on the forum this weekend. The game is simple; the object is to connect pairs of like-colored squares. Red to red, orange to orange, etc. You may not cross colors over each other, […]

Posted in: games, link and run
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, PANDA!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, PANDA!

Happy belated birthday to A Sleepy Panda! This explains why you were going out with your sister and unable to play JSOC on Tuesday ;). No tags for this post.

Posted in: gibberish
Wickers Lightweight Comfortrel Wicking Bottoms

Wickers Lightweight Comfortrel Wicking Bottoms

No, that’s not a tongue twister (on purpose, anyway), that’s the name of the long underwear I wear underneath my leather riding pants. I bought a pair of these from Sierra Trading Outpost in an attempt to keep cooler during the summer temperatures, and also to act as a barrier between myself and my leather […]

Posted in: motorcycling, review
Uncle Sam Supports Don’t Rest Your Head

Uncle Sam Supports Don’t Rest Your Head

Well, not really, but close — I’m spending a small part of my amended tax return on Evil Hat Productions’ Don’t Rest Your Head. Don’t Rest Your Head is a pen and paper roleplaying game about what happens when insomnia is stretched to the edge of insanity, and then some. Characters have crossed over into […]

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Uncle Sam Supports Don't Rest Your Head

Uncle Sam Supports Don't Rest Your Head

Well, not really, but close — I’m spending a small part of my amended tax return on Evil Hat Productions’ Don’t Rest Your Head. Don’t Rest Your Head is a pen and paper roleplaying game about what happens when insomnia is stretched to the edge of insanity, and then some. Characters have crossed over into […]

Posted in: games, link and run
Linksys Wireless Game Adapter Review

Linksys Wireless Game Adapter Review

I’ve been living with two softmodded Xboxes for a month and a half now. One of the first things I needed to solve was how to connect the downstairs Xbox to the network. I didn’t feel like running cable through the walls, or outside of the house. I had a spare wireless access point lying […]

Posted in: games, review, technology
Brother Home & Hobby PT-65 Label Maker Review

Brother Home & Hobby PT-65 Label Maker Review

Sometimes the most simple things bring us a lot of enjoyment. I bought the Brother Home & Hobby PT-65 label printer on a whim at Office Max for $20. I remembered the old-school clamp-style ribbon maker my sisters had; you know, the one with the big ass dial on the top with letters, numbers, and […]

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Brother Home & Hobby PT-65 Label Maker Review

Brother Home & Hobby PT-65 Label Maker Review

Sometimes the most simple things bring us a lot of enjoyment. I bought the Brother Home & Hobby PT-65 label printer on a whim at Office Max for $20. I remembered the old-school clamp-style ribbon maker my sisters had; you know, the one with the big ass dial on the top with letters, numbers, and […]

Posted in: review, technology
They’re Not Driving Fast, They’re Just Flying Low

They’re Not Driving Fast, They’re Just Flying Low

Lady Jaye and I had the great fortune to attend the Richmond Times Dispatch 100 Indy race at the Richmond International Raceway Saturday evening. We’re not big racing fans (I used to watch the World Rally Cup years ago on television), but Lady Jaye waited on the Marlboro-Team Penske team last week and scored some […]

Posted in: cars, gibberish
They're Not Driving Fast, They're Just Flying Low

They're Not Driving Fast, They're Just Flying Low

Lady Jaye and I had the great fortune to attend the Richmond Times Dispatch 100 Indy race at the Richmond International Raceway Saturday evening. We’re not big racing fans (I used to watch the World Rally Cup years ago on television), but Lady Jaye waited on the Marlboro-Team Penske team last week and scored some […]

Posted in: cars, gibberish