If you are a fan of board games on the computer, hie thee to Humble Bundle straightaway.
The bale of hay that looks best to me.
(I’ve made a decision about the car.)
A song that I’m sure we’ll be sick of before February.
But it ain’t February yet.
Car was recently totaled. I need advice from grown-ups.
Neil Simon has passed.
A sequel to Human Resource Machine: 7 Billion Humans
Enough time has passed that Maribou has said that I can finally tell this story.
So let’s say that you want to read something literary, but you only have but so much time.
Here’s a way to kill two birds with one stone.
A cutthroat board game available on Steam. Well, virtual board game.
Colorado has recently changed its Blue Laws and it’s CRAYZEEE.
That instrumental song that you heard 19 years ago and didn’t know the name of.
Or that I did, anyway.
Batman: The Animated Series is (finally) being released on Blu-Ray in October
I was recently introduced to an awesome board game suitable for, oh, ages 10 and up. 8 and up, maybe.
The Eye of the Hurricane
Couch co-op video games for people who don’t play video games
That thing where you’ve a houseguest so you have to wear pants and not burp audibly
Comics as a medium for meditation on various virtues and vices
On Walter Simonson’s The Judas Coin
Competitive StarCraft is going through a surprising disruption
We were lucky enough to be invited to a funeral for the parent of a friend.
Cutting the cord, Netflix, and apparently Fox/Disney is going to become a thing. Or three things.
A fascinating video game like nothing I’ve played before:
Easing into the summertime cadence
What’s Above? and What’s Below?: a couple of pop-up books
On getting a new SSD
So… do you have an inner monologue?
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote
A delightful and unexpected sequel:
Dungeon Warfare II
Getting better by doing the exact same thing you did last time, just quietly
A mildly NSFW music video that, seriously, I cleared with Maribou before posting
The Shape of the Water isn’t among Guillermo del Toro’s subtler films
Finally jumping into The Witcher 3.
The Introvert Thing
A little short story that combines some Phillip K Dick with a little HP Lovecraft.
The Silver Ball
The School of Art: Learn How to Make Great Art with 40 Simple Lessons is a book you need to buy for yourself that can teach you a great deal about Art.
If you have kids, you can even say that you got it for them