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[Review] Lilliput Mini USB Monitor

An extra monitor can always come in handy. You can set other windows or folders to the extra monitor, you can use it for your media player, or just generally get rid of the clutter on your main monitor. ThinkGeek has been selling Lilliput Mini

My Thoughts on Power Rangers Samurai

I made the following using DSpeech. Now, I’ve tried to fix the pronunciation, but some things are still not how I’d like them. Especially the timing and intonation. However, I have to work within the limitations of the program. These are my thoughts on the

[Review] USB Digital Voice Recorder

Recorders are an integral part of a journalist’s repertoire, regardless of whether or it it’s audio or video. However, students also utilize them for notes and lectures. Much like any other piece of technology, the size of the recorders has gone down drastically. Nowadays, you

Shin Megami Tensei… What Is It?

Every so often, a media release comes along that doesn’t necessarily redefine its genre, but does stand out from the crowd. Some examples are Star Trek: The Next Generation, Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” album, and the Lord of the Rings trilogy. While none of these were

[Review] Spycam Video/MP3/Camera Sunglasses

As technology progresses, we are getting stuff that, not-so-long ago, was out of science fiction stories. Mobile devices, MP3 players and DVD players were all things we could only dream of, 15 years ago. Now ThinkGeek now sells Spycam Video/MP3/Camera Sunglasses, but are they a

[Review] “Limbo EP” by Zaid Tabani

Zaid Tabani who, until recently, went by the handle RedrappeR is well-known in the fighting game community (FGC) thanks to his fighting game focused tracks. These include “Quarterhouse Kings,” “World Warrior,” “Evolve,” “Prime,” and the various intros he’s done for the Evolution Championship Series (EVO).

Miyazaki Hayao to Retire

Some very sad news was reported yesterday. Miyazaki Hayao of Studio Ghibli, famous for such anime films as My Neighbor Totoro, Kiki’s Delivery Service, Porco Rosso, Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away, Howl’s Moving Castle, and Ponyo is retiring. Miyazaki’s final feature film is the recently released

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R.I.P. Kon Satoshi

Yay… More deaths… On August 24, we lost another great mastermind, Kon Satoshi. The famed director of such works as the psychological thriller Perfect Blue as well as Tokyo Godfathers, and Millennium Actress, lost his fight with pancreatic cancer. Satoshi is survived by his wife