Monthly Archives: October 2014
“Nobody suffers like the poor.” Charles Bukowski. Advertisements
Birmo blogged about it first: http://cheeseburgergothic.com/show/6079 But I couldn’t help sharing this awesomely conceived (and by the looks of it, executed) piece of nostalgia-driven tech goodness: http://www.qwerkywriter.com/ Needless to say, I want one. Don’t know if I’ll be able to … Continue reading
The “Avengers: Age of Ultron” trailer has been trending like a mofo (can I say that?), ‘natch. Looks like it is slated for release on 1 May, 2015. Clear your calendars, people… P.S. Sorry for using the term ‘trending’ – … Continue reading
“The game that keeps on giving…” I missed the initial release of Paradox Interactive’s (now) acclaimed grand-strategy game Crusader Kings II back in 2012. Much like my experience with Total War: Rome II (https://ethanreilly.wordpress.com/2014/09/27/total-war-rome-ii-review/) I came to it only after … Continue reading
“It is the brave man’s part to live with glory, or with glory die.” Sophocles.
How did that happen? Well, it’s been nineteen months, one-hundred and forty-six posts (in fourteen categories, with one-thousand one-hundred and forty-six separate tags) in the making. And I have to say, despite the occasional hiccup, it’s been a lot of … Continue reading
“Bad men live that they may eat and drink, whereas good men eat and drink that they may live.” Socrates.