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5 Podcasts to Kick Off Your Summer

The summer is one of the best times of the year to take in a podcast while lounging under that beach umbrella. Okay, so that’s not a real piece of data as it’s more or less a sentimental season to me. But you see, I heard my first ever podcast in 2009 and can remember it […]

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Wasting Time: The Moment App

There is a statistic out there—I’m not sure where it comes from to be honest—that says that the average smartphone user looks at their phone around 150 times in a day. The average user, the person who primarily has a smart phone for Facebook and Instagram, not for some work-related purpose. If each look at […]

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A Little Luxury, A Little Good: Preserve

Actress Blake Lively launched a website last week: Preserve is a lifestyle site in the tradition of Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop. It is billed as a site that is part e-commerce, part web magazine, and part charity with the idea of looking at what is interesting and amazing about the United States through stories, artisan goods from around […]

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Not Quite Revolutionary: The Pippit App

A couple of weeks ago the creative forces behind two popular lifestyle blogs launched what they said was meant to be a “beautiful mobile community that bridges blogging with social media,” the new app called Pippit.

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A New Way To Share ‘Secrets’

​Secret is a new app that just recently launched—it is described as a space to share your thoughts with your friends, but with a twist. Everything is anonymous on Secret, so it enables you to share personal feelings that you might feel strange sharing otherwise, even with friends. It’s made for those times when you […]

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The New Slideshow: Flipagram and Stayfilm Review

We live in a photo-documented world.  Our phones are pretty universally equipped with cameras of always-improving quality (a recent advertisement for a Nokia Lumia Windows phone focused entirely on the features of the camera) and Apple claimed back in April of this year that the iPhone was the world’s most popular camera.  Massive amounts of […]

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The Walking Dead – 400 Days

A review of the latest in Telltale’s Walking Dead saga.

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Knowledge is Power

Ever since I was young, I felt the need to try and gain an understanding of as many topics as I can. Now, I am not trying to imply that I would absorb all the info; I just liked to know enough to be able to hold a conversation. In days gone by, the only […]

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Borderlands Legends (The Game I Wish Was Good)

Borderlands Legends, the latest in the Borderlands saga is available on iOS from October 31st. Check out our review right here.

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Borderlands 2 – Mechromancer DLC Review

With Borderlands 2 barely a month old, the first DLC is with us already in the form of the fifth playable character – the Mechromancer.

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Borderlands 2 Review

Borderlands 2 returns players to the insane world of Pandora, and this time, it’s personal…

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‘Street Fighter’ Still Packs a Punch 25 Years Later

This year marks the 25th anniversary of one of the most popular fighting game franchises of all-time – not to mention, one of my personal favorites: Street Fighter. If I had to rank the franchise among my favorite video games, Street Fighter would definitely make my top five. I honestly can’t believe it’s been 25 […]

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iOS 6 Review

iOS 6 has finally launched, and I’m sure that for Apple fan boys and girls the world over, it must be like Christmas morning.

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Establishing Your [Mostly Professional] Internet Prescence

Google pretty much has the answers to everything, even to yourself—at least when it comes to your present and future employers. Now imagine that the first result that comes up when they search your name is a Facebook photo of you from three Halloweens ago, in your Playboy bunny costume doing a keg stand. Let’s […]

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Finishing the Game – Final Fantasy I

The Final Fantasy series is one of the best known video game franchises today, the original being a product of the mind of Hironobu Sakaguchi and the “Square A-Team” back in 1987. Since that time, there have been fourteen main titles in the series and a number of spin-offs and sequels from Final Fantasy Tactics […]

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