Monthly Archives: June 2011

Homefront, Part II

So I’ve just finished playing through Homefront a second time, and it has grown on me.  In between my last play through and this one I’ve upgraded my video drivers and also invested $20 in a laptop cooler pad.  It’s … Continue reading

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Zen and the art of laptop cooling…

For about the past 2 years I’ve done a majority of my home computing on laptops.  Initially I used an Acer netbook which my wife still uses – but my need for gaming in a house where I couldn’t really … Continue reading

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Homefront – OK but not great.

Picked up the game Homefront off Steam last week for $25 (50% off).  It’s a FPS with some vehicle control.  From the write of Red Dawn, you’re placed in a plot line where the US is occupied by a hostile … Continue reading

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Had a thought…

By no means is this an original thought, as I’m certain that others have come to the same conclusion…  A couple years ago, I had the opportunity to drive my friend’s electric Mini for a bit around town.  The car … Continue reading

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Duke Nukem Forever = WIN

I haven’t read any of the reviews on this game yet, but on release day I picked it up from Steam for $50.  Setting aside the 12 year long drama that took place to release this title – a sequel … Continue reading

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Zen, and the art of the close call…

Heading home from work today, I’m coming into Florida doing about 40mph, a couple carlengths off the Mitsubishi in front of me…  Up ahead, a UPS truck is waiting to hang a left out of a parking lot, and a … Continue reading

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