During this first week with the blog I’m starting to see how rusty, or lazy, I’ve become with my writing. In hindsight I should have seen this coming with the quality of my BRG forum contributions and now that I am spending more time on this, it is […]
The Night Owl
Coder by day, gamer and film fan by night. Websites are one of many things I do. A big fan of classic/retro gaming especially of Atari systems. I can also cook. ;)
The original Borderlands was a game no one really knew what to expect of. The idea of it being a ‘Diablo, with guns’ got everyone interested, however delays pushed the game back. After it returned it had undergone a radical art style change which appeared to be in response […]
The original Expendables was a throwback to the action movies of the 80’s, full of indestructible heroes and more explosions than World War 2. As an added bonus you got to see many of the stars from the same era were sharing the screen together for the first […]
In the beginning, God (or Microsoft, you pick) created Active Server Pages or ASP. It allowed the server to dynamically generate web pages through the use of files containing a combination of VBScript and HTML. At the time it was clever approach that allowed for a lot of […]
Just got the first versions of the Gaming and Movies pages up… will flesh these out more once the rest start coming together. Definitely liking what I see with WordPress – REALLY nice product.
I’m not a big believer in the paranormal. Ghost Whisperer annoys me, as do those chat shows with the psychic of the month talking to dead loved ones. But thanks to my wife (who loves ghost stories) I’ve found something that actually lets me forget about the details […]
Facebook and Twitter pages up and running. Seeing how this will all tie together will be interesting to say the least.
Testing… Testing… 1… 2… 3… 4… And… We’re back! After ten years of old school blogging, I thought it was time to embrace something a little more modern and with a fresh perspective. Plus I get to play with different tech… 🙂