Simon Sinek explains how Millennials got this way, and proposes a course of action to fix it. Unfortunately, Sinek fails to follow his own advice, and gives the wrong conclusion.
Cagematch: United v. Delta
A comparison between traveling on United and Delta airlines
Review: What Remains of Edith Finch (VG)
A walking simulator with some interesting and creative vignettes, gorgeous visuals, and a high degree of potential that is tragically left unfulfilled with gaping plot holes and pointless storyline.
A Funny Thing Happened On The Way to the Forums
It looks like an analysis of an old debate is popular once more; me… not so much.
If you are trying to make sense of what’s going on in the world today, this is probably the most important, and horribly misunderstood, concept in Communication.
New Patreon – How To Sponsor Storage Content
Why I decided to start monetizing through Patreon with the storage stuff.
Review: The Red Pill (Movie)
A review of Cassie Jaye’s The Red Pill,, a movie about a feminist documentary filmmaker’s exploration of the Men’s Rights Movement.
Bioshock Collection: Is It Worth It?
The Bioshock Collection, a remastered edition of all the Bioshock games and single-player DLC, is available today. But is it worth it?
Review: Uncharted 4 – A Thief’s End
This is a review I honestly never thought I’d write, and certainly one that I hoped I’d never have to write. It actually physically pains me to put these words down, read them, re-read them, and commit them to the “submit button.” Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is goes beyond disappointment. It devolves into insulting and unashamed humiliation of the …
Post-Mortem Analysis of the Feminism Debate, Part III
[Update 2017.10 – This series has gotten a lot of attention lately. It appears that it’s become an ancillary part of another discussion on a discussion forum. Welcome! I encourage you to read the followup to this series, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way to the Forums, for an epilogue to the discussion.] This is the final article in …
Post-Mortem Analysis of the Feminism Debate, Part II
This is the second in a 3-part series on an analysis of the Feminism Debate between Sargon of Akkad and Dr. Kristi Winters on April 30, 2016. This was a formal debate between two prominent YouTube personalities and tackled the highly-emotional topic in a structured and formal fashion. In the first part, we gave a short overview of the debate …
Post-Mortem Analysis of the Feminism Debate between Sargon of Akkad and Kristi Winters
Post-Mortem Analysis of the Feminism Debate between @Sargon_Of_Akkad and Kristi Winters, Pt 1
Review: Synology DS216+ First Look
A few weeks ago Synology sent me a DS216+ to review. Unfortunately, I haven’t had a lot of time to give it the thorough examination as I had wished, but I did manage to do a couple of quick tests in a temporary (that is, don’t try this at home or for a long-term solution) configuration. Overall I found the …
Comparison Review: Blood Glucose iOS apps
[Note: If you are not a diabetic, or do not know a diabetic, this comparison chart will be of little interest to you] MySugr Glucose Buddy Version Tested 3.9.0 3.7.0 Grade B+ D+ Cost Free/Pro up to $139.99 Free/Pro up to $13.99 Data Entry A D+ Charts & Graphs B F Export F/B- D Import F/D- F Backup/Cloud C A …
Review: Glucose Buddy (iOS App)
App Name: Glucose Buddy Version: 3.7.0 Developer: Azumio Date Updated: October 12, 2012 Cost: Free; up to $13.99 for additional features Overall Score/Value: D+ A part of the ongoing review of diabetic glucose applications for iOS/iPhone. Executive Summary Tap. Tap. Tap. Tap. An all-around painful experience with useless charting capabilities, whose only saving grace is the tight integration with a …