Month: September 2011

Writing

Vox Bomb 9/30/2011

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This has been a strange week. I dealt with some change at work, I’m two weeks behind on my Doctor Who (hence why no new reviews on …

Photography

Photography: Sunset Sail

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This is a photo I took a few years ago while vacationing down in Florida. We had visited Saint Joseph Sound with a few friends and, …

Gaming

Ico / Shadow of the Colossus Collection

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Tuesday night I picked up the newly released Ico / Shadow of the Colossus collection for my PS3. I had never played Ico; Shadow of the Colossus, …

BooksWriting

Señor 105 & the Elements of Danger – Now On Sale

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Aaaand here we go.  Señor 105 & the Elements of Danger, the short story collection which includes my story “Anti-Element”, is now available for sale. If …

Sports

Eagles 2011: Eagles 16, Giants 29

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Prediction: Eagles win Outcome: Giants win In short: a disaster. At length: This is a team with a lot of problems. They have been apparent since …

Uncategorized

Nirvana’s “Nevermind” – 20 Years Later

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For a Gen X’er such as myself, it’s hard to believe that Nirvana’s seminal Nevermind album was released 20 years ago today. To give a little perspective: …

Writing

Vox Bomb 9/23/2011 – Godzilla Basketball, Blog Reincarnation, Matrix Comics, and More

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Marauding the pop culture hive mind, one week at a time… There’s a search term that keeps popping for my blog:  “Godzilla basketball”. Now, I can …

Photography

Photography: The Country Shop

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A bit of an experiment. I took this picture on my mobile phone (the Android-based Sidekick 4G) and did the post-processing work in Paint.Net. I was …

Comic Books / Graphic Novels

I Heart comiXology

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I’ve seriously fallen in love with digital comics in general, and specifically, comiXology. Lately, I tend to review comics either here or at pop culture site Shiny …

Books

House of Leaves

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If I had to pick my favorite novel ever right now, it would have to be the amazing House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski. (And yes, before …