Console or Computer? Gaming has been in my blood since the first time I played PONG at a friends house. Was it fate that PONG debuted the same year I was born? I think so. My first gaming system was a Atari 2600. I truly enjoyed all of the blocky sprites and the genuinely uncomfortable smash-the-corner-in-to-the-palm-of-your-hand one button black joysticks that came with the system. Many hours were spent in front of the TV set, playing mindless hand-eye coordination games. Those were the days… My first “true love” has to be the Commodore [Continue Reading]
I added some more information to the Windows XP Service Configuration Pages. Check them out! I also updated all of the hyperlinks to ensure that their is no 404’s. If you do find one, please let me know.
From my Commodore 64 days, I remember SSI and the D&D games sucking away plenty of my teen years. Sometimes, I wish I could go back and enjoy those game play moments again. Pool of Radiance RoDM, the old name that it is, released on the PC in September of 2001. Needless to say, 13 years of computing did little for this game. Even though the graphics are well done for the only (seemingly low) resolution the game supports, the rest of the game needed a little more development time before release. CRPG’s have [Continue Reading]
I finally added some new photos of my house [link removed]. Check them out HERE [link removed]!
I went ahead and splurged on a digital camera today. What does that mean for the web site? Well, first, it means that all the pictures will be updated. It also means that the camera with the updated pictures will not sit around for 3 months while I find 27 things to update. Second, there will be plenty of other items on the site. It kind of opens up a lot of possibilities.
I will be posting the new pictures soon. Stay tuned!