Titanfall [Game Review]

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Since we’re getting into the summer months, I thought I’d run a few more game reviews, starting with that rarest of all things: a multiplayer shooter that I don’t hate. You see, Titanfall (Electronic Arts: PC/Xbox 360/Xbox One) is fun. Yeah, I know: big deal. It’s game. Isn’t “being fun” a basic part of its [Read More...]

Free Copy of “Life of John Chrysostom” For Verbum

The Life of John Chrysostom by Frederic M. Perthes (1854) is being offered for free by Verbum Bible Software. Get your copy now! [Read more...]

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Facebook Acquires Oculus Rift: What Does It Mean?

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Among gamers, the surprise acquisition of VR headset maker Oculus Rift by Facebook is being treated as a harbinger of the end times. Many are investing a great deal of hope in the next-gen virtual-reality tech being developed by Oculus Rift, believing it may kick gaming to the next level. To have that very tech [Read More...]

OneNote Is Now Free

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Microsoft’s OneNote note-taking app is now free for Windows and Mac. I’m just putting this out there as a public service; not because I use OneNote: I don’t. I’m downloading it as I write this post. I’ve done everything I can to scrape as much Microsoft as possible from my computer. I use Scrivener and [Read More...]

Tetrobot [App o the Mornin']

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Tetrobot and Co. ( [Read more...]

The Most Commonly Used Password Was …

… yeah, you guessed it: “PASSWORD.” That’s been the winner for a couple years straight, but this year, computer users got wise and upgraded to a foolproof system with an uncrackable password. That would be “123456.” People, people, people … you need to stop doing this. SplashData’s top 25 password list was compiled from data [Read More...]

The Stanley Parable [App o' the Mornin']

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The Stanley Parable (PC/Mac: $15, free demo available) is one of the most peculiar, unusual, and daring games to come down the pike in a long, long time. Where Papers Please has a clear gameplay element, The Stanley Parable has none. Like Dear Esther, it’s part of the new genre of “first-person walkers” in which [Read More...]


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