Category Archives: Techie

Planning Road Trips with Google Drive & Maps

This site has all the info… I am doing posting this mainly so I have a link to go back to!!  Ha ha ha… You can create your own road trip routes and save it to Google Drive!!  How cool … Continue reading

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Grunting of a Smalltime Seller

Erg… That’s how I feel right now… I sell stuff from time to time.  After I upgraded from my Note 4, I sold it off on eBay.  Other gadgets and stuff that’s sitting around, I try to recoop some cost.  … Continue reading

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From FAIL Blog: Never Wet Is Weird

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From Kotaku: Are MOBA Games Too Fast? Go Turn-Based With Arena Of Heroes

The multiplayer online battle arena genre started off as a fast-paced variant of real-time strategy games. This week Sneaky Games dials back the action and ramps up the strategy with Arena of Heroes, a turn-based cross-platform MOBA jam for iPad, … Continue reading

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From Kotaku: Well, This Indie Combat Game Continues To Blow My Socks Off

Strike Vector is a game that’s come out of nowhere. Worked on by four people, it’s a multiplayer aerial combat game that looks like a whole bunch of people’s dream game ideas from the 90s made real. Read more…      … Continue reading

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From News: Student Loan Rates Set To Double On July 1

The interest rate on government-backed student loans is going to double on Monday. Policymakers in Washington could not agree on a plan to keep it from happening. If they don’t agree on a plan soon, 7 million students expected to … Continue reading

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From Reviews Tom’s Hardware: System Builder Marathon, Q2 2013: The $400 Spirit Of Mini-ITX

Not satisfied with the size of the mini-ITX-based boxes our team just built, Paul returns with a purpose: construct the smallest possible PC still capable of gaming at 1920×1080. With $400 in-hand, he set off to show us the real … Continue reading

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