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The sudden yet inevitable betrayal of gaming immersion {WoW}

Jan 10th 2011 3:19PM My guild's name on Vek'nilash is Big Damn Heroes. Love me some Firefly.

The sudden yet inevitable betrayal of gaming immersion {WoW}

Jan 10th 2011 3:16PM My guild's name on Vek'nilash is Big Damn Heroes. Love me some Firefly.

12 Days of Winter Veil Giveaway Day 8: PNY XLR8 Memory Kit {WoW}

Dec 29th 2010 12:54PM Yay, more memory. Want it. Need it.

12 Days of Winter Veil Giveaway Day 6: Razer Nostromo gaming keypad {WoW}

Dec 28th 2010 3:49PM I could find a use for this, I bet.

12 Days of Winter Veil Giveaway Day 7: Gigabyte GTX 470 graphics card {WoW}

Dec 28th 2010 3:37PM I was just thinking to myself today that I needed one of these.

Nook for iPhone, iPad and PC see updates, slew of new features in tow {Engadget}

Aug 17th 2010 11:42AM @jasonact I am downloading now. I kept checking the app store for an update to the B&N eReader and didn't see it. I just figured out that this is a whole new app. I searched Nook and found it that way.

Nook for iPhone, iPad and PC see updates, slew of new features in tow {Engadget}

Aug 17th 2010 8:21AM Finally. The only thing I have been wanting was to be able to sync the last page read between my laptop, iPhone and Nook. The other stuff is just icing, I guess.

Entelligence: 3D TV falls flat for me {Engadget}

Jul 26th 2010 8:27AM Holodeck. Then, and only then, will I be satisfied with this 3D nonsense. I have a long time to wait, it seems.

Chevrolet bringing 10,000 Volts in 2011, but it's the current of change that will kill you {Engadget}

Jul 2nd 2010 8:31AM @bigcow05 well, not too many people live in areas where they can cycle to work. I live in Austin TX, and I live about 10 miles from where I work. I also live in a very hilly area. I would love the option of biking to work, but I would need the endurance of Lance Armstrong to get up some of these hills. Also, how would I get my groceries home? Oh, and the summer heat. Would you want to bike in the 100 degrees heat with 80% humidity and still feel like working? Yeah, biking is a great thing for people in urban areas, such as New York City and the likes, but not for people in cities as spread out as most cities in TX. Not trying to say your opinion isn't valued or anything, but many times biking just isn't practical for most folks.