I’m back (for reals this time)

This post should be short and sweet, but the gist is: I’m back. I’ve got a few posts in the works, and I’m working on some potential guest-posters. Life got real interesting for me for a while (mostly good things), and a new family member kept me quite busy. Like I said, it’s been a good kind of interesting! As …

Fear and Uncertainty (a poem that seems appropriate)

This is a poem that I’ve been writing off and on for a few weeks. I know it’s not the usual shtick for my blog, and it’s not likely to win any awards (I’m no great poet). However, given recent events, I’ve decided to post it anyway. Hopefully it’ll give you some food for thought. So, without further ado, I give you …

Hiatus! (bonus ninja turtles video)

Hi everyone! I’ve been on a hiatus, but am returning in the next day or two with something interesting–or, at least, something I find interesting. In the meantime, please watch some clever animators make Michael Bay look like a tool. Enjoy! (As originally seen on Geeks are Sexy.)

How to survive marriage to a pain in the ass (me)

Today, my wife and I have been married for seven years, and they’ve all been pretty amazing.  I can say, with certainty, that the rough times we’ve gone through haven’t been because of our marriage, but more due to circumstance.  Those hard times were only surmountable because of our strong marriage.  It’s pulled me through some things that I’m not …

Whoa, it’s dark in here (site update)

Yup, I’m working on updating the site.  Right now it’s a little dark, and while I like that, I realize it might not be everyone’s cup of tea.  Personally, I miss the images being visible on the landing page for each post, but maybe that’s a lil’ old fashioned? What do you guys think of the theme?  Have any ideas …

For the love of your geek

It’s almost V-Day, and I figure it’s time for another post about living happily with your loving geek and/or nerd. My wife, Amanda, is so far out of my league that it’s scary.  I’m also incredibly lucky that she (for the most part) puts up with my various nerdy obsessions.  She understand that I use gaming to unwind, and she …

Three ways kids are more “mature” than adults

I’ve come to the realization that, in a lot of ways, kids are more mature than adults.  It sounds backward, and may require redefining the word “mature” when referring to emotional states if I’m right, but hear me out. Kids tend to be more honest, more forgiving, and more decisive than adults.  They don’t hold grudges–after an argument is resolved, …

Wow have I been busy

Sorry!  I’ve had an insanely busy past few weeks, but now I’m returning to the world of blogging. To tide you over while you wait for my next post (should be later tonight), I leave you with this rather AWESOME news:  There is now an official Lego DeLorean set for Doc Brown’s time machine.

Review: ASUS Transformer TF101 after more than two years

  Everyone is always reviewing the newest tech. When you hit sites like Ars Technica (one of my personal favorites) or Engadget, you get reviews on devices that either aren’t out, or have just came out. They’ve been in the hands of testers for a few weeks, or sometimes months, and then you get a review. That’s great, and I …