April 28, 2015 1 Comment
Hey, remember that rioting that broke out last year? No, not when that unarmed black guy was killed by police. No no, not that unarmed black guy either. No, the stupid rioting.
April 20, 2015 Leave a Comment
Now that the argument over which way to hang the toilet paper has been definitively settled, it’s time to turn our attention to the burning issue of twist tie direction.
April 13, 2015 Leave a Comment
No one can accuse Rand Paul of being unprepared to run for president. In addition to the standard biography, list of issues and stances, and volunteer opportunities, his Web site includes one other way to draw in supporters.
Make that more than 70 ways.
March 23, 2015 2 Comments
Perhaps that shouldn’t be remarkable, but, well, it kinda is. Carcassonne’s characters are used as both user avatars and computer opponents, so they either have their own personalities or reflect the player’s. Representations of women in video games, when they exist at all, tend to be sexualized and unrealistic.
Since Carcassonne is the creation of our more enlightened cousins in Europe, it should be able to avoid those tropes.
March 16, 2015 3 Comments
What do you do when you find a great deal on a USB microphone at a secondhand store but it doesn’t come with its desktop stand? Simple: you dig through your junk drawers and messy office until you find a wooden pasta measure, a broken tripod, an old guitar pick, and the perfect rubber band.