Monthly Archives: May 2014

X-Men: Days of Future Past

Spoiler Warning: this review contains massive, weapons-grade spoilers. Days of Future Past works as an X-Men movie but as far as super-hero films go, we have seen much better. In fact, we have already seen a much better mutant related … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Digital Suicides

Life in a digital world gives us illusion of certain kind of permanence. Each netizen puts out certain amount of content out into the greater web, be it via social media interactions, blogging or code commits on github. We all … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Radical Transparency

There was a very interesting discussion happening last week between Chad Whitacre (founder of Gittip) and Shanley Kane (CEO and founder of Model View Culture) which ironically has been chronicled on Medium and in the Gittip bug tracker. I say … Continue reading

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The State of Wearable Technology

I own a smart watch, and I’m not ashamed of it. I proudly tell people that my Pebble was probably one of my best purchasing decisions as of late. Or at the very least better than sniping Citadel/Marauder Warhammer miniatures … Continue reading

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Best Game Ever

I’ve been working on little side projects lately, keeping myself busy and also getting back into Warhammer Fantasy Battles (spoiler: probably best game ever) so I kinda neglected writing a super long post for this week. I have noticed that … Continue reading

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Building a Jekyll Site

Back in 2009 I got a brilliant idea into my head: I was going to build a site on top of Joomla. Why? I still don’t exactly understand my own thought process that lead me to that decision. I think … Continue reading

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