Tag Archive | music

Machine Language: Beeps and Boops of Outer Space


  Again I did a thing. A silly thing, but a thing nonetheless. Enjoy!  

You thought I forgotten about Xmas, eh?


\No I did not, but as always, I am busy with so many other things. But a quick reminder of the holidays:  

Weekend Roundup: September 22-28


Tweet of the Day:  Race, Sexuality and the Mainstream ——— Interesting week, no? Lots of story telling, record sales, crazy politics (at least in the US) and well just very busy around here. Oh and banned books to boot. So what did this week brought us, blogging wise: Mon: TV Tropes- Hero Antagonist Tue: Mass […]

A short post about posting milestones


Tweet of the Day: Choon Choosday: Moby – Go (Woodtick Mix) ——— Like I said, a short post about posting milestones. I reached the 1,000th post mark with last Saturday’s Weekend Roundup. A thousand post, a gazillion words, a few pictures, many a song link (most of them broken by now, damn yo You Tube) […]

Space for Rent: Not all things digital are the same


  ——- A week or so ago I came across a blog post that made some very facile comparisons between e-book piracy and other forms of digital piracy. But like many anti-piracy advocates the argument boiled down to, “Piracy is bad, ummkay!” while completely ignoring the fact that the only thing these different forms of […]

Weekend Roundup: February 3-9


  Tweet of the Day: Space Marines: bullying goes nuclear then MELTDOWN ——- Another tumultuous week. It has been one headache after another. And I now know why people hate private health insurance. Goddamned vultures. On the other hand this has been a story heavy week, even if my post-project blues prevented me from kick […]

Mass Effect 3: Die for the Cause


“Primarch Victus, fleet wide comm channel open,” said the Indefatigable‘s communication’s officer. “Thank you. This is Primarch Victus to all ships. Some have described the liberation of Palaven as a miracle. It was nothing of the sort. It is merely the inevitable result of our alliance with the Krogan. Once bitter enemies, together we threw […]