Monthly Archives: July 2011

On Suikoden

I played Suikoden for a really simple reason: I bought an old Mac Mini that can barely do anything, but it can emulate games. When I realized this, I thought, “Hey, that’s cool, I’ll go back and play all the … Continue reading

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On Kill Screen #4: The Public Play Issue

As you should know, I love Kill Screen Magazine. I pay a fairly high subscription cost for thoughtful magazine about video games, and I am always happy when it comes in the mail. You can see my review of issue … Continue reading

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Rearview Beer Bottle

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Buried

As the title says, I am buried underneath work. I’ve been getting up really early and then working on my thesis, and by early, I mean 8am early. Have I told you about my thesis? The gist of my argument … Continue reading

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Music Time 22

The is a track by The Knife from the Hannah Med H OST called “New Years Eve.” That’s all I have. More content some other day.

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Something for a Thursday

Just some little things to say today. I received the new issue of Kill Screen  in the mail and I read it all in one sitting, so I’ll probably put up a review of that tomorrow. Speaking of review, the … Continue reading

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What I Understand

I resolved long ago not to seek knowledge, as others do, but to seek its contrary, which is unknowing. I no longer anticipated the moment when I would be rewarded for my effort, when I would know at last, but … Continue reading

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