In my post last week, I introduced you all to the wonderful world of MySpace Retro. Toted on even Google as “The Old MySpace”, MySpace Retro sought to take things back to the 2009-era classic MySpace. It featured profile songs, Continue reading →
While planners are often considered something your mom might use, bullet journaling is a system you can alter to be just the way you want it. In this series, I’ll be giving examples on how the bullet journal can work for any and every nerd. This post will be discussing some of the basics about what bullet journaling is, and how it can help with one of the most basic nerdy ways.
We all remember the good old days of MySpace. It is where a lot of us learned basic HTML for coding our blinged out profiles. It is where a lot of us found our favourite bands via the site’s music players. It is where we laughed as we caused turmoil throughout our friend groups by changing the order of our Top 8 on a weekly basis.
Are you like most people, and have come up with a bunch of new year’s resolutions you aren’t sure you’ll keep? Well, Habitica can help you start the new year right and keep on those tasks and on your way to your goals!
With the sudden influx of interest in 4K capabilities, Sony and Microsoft have scrambled to release their “4k capable” consoles. There have long been rumors concerning Microsoft’s “Project Scorpio”, but last month Sony had its own news. Rumors were flying Continue reading →
As you sit in your living room, staring at your usual tree, you get bit by the creative bug. But, you think, how and what can I do to make this house more my Geek Den? Well, I’m here Continue reading →
Rogue One is an excellent vehicle for escapism. It has everything… A rag tag team fighting a totalitarian regime, political intrigue, moments of pure badassery, and just the kind of battle scenes that just appeal to the side of all of us that love to see explosions and awesome action set pieces that leave us wanting to see how they’ll top the last scene.