Tag Archives: internet

My initial impressions on the Nintendo’s 3DS

I remember playing the NES in a friend’s house as a kid for the first time after a Christmas in the 80s. Super Mario Bros was the first game we played on the system. I must have been about 8 or 9 at the time though it wasn’t the first console computer game I had […]

The value of presentation continued

My last post was provocatively titled “Fuck content, it’s how it’s presented that matters”. Good conversation occurred in the comments. But to summarise Rob Lang (of thefreerpgblog) pretty much hit the nail firmly on (or at least around) the head: I _think_ you’re not complaining about your own “exposure” but instead feeling the pain for […]

Fuck content, it’s how it’s presented that matters

Last Saturday we had to spend the day in the city. My daughter was doing her first (and probably her last, she doesn’t want to continue) ballet show and rehearsals were in the morning and the show itself after lunch. So, me, my wife and my three year old son wandered Dublin city for a […]

If all web-comments were read like this!

I share a lot of stuff on my twitter feed, but I’ve come back to this video a few times. I figure if all web-comments were read like this, all comments would rock. Anyway, it’s a video of a flash, which is an animation about a voice-track, which is a reading of a comment, which […]

Forgetting about it and moving on!

You probably don’t know this about me, you probably don’t care, but I don’t like gangster movies. I’m not saying I think gangster movies are bad movies at all and I really shouldn’t have to say that either. It’s just my simple opinion, which is generally meaningless in the sea of opinionated blogs. Now if […]