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Sponsored Video: 5 Christmas traditions worth skipping

Christmas is a busy time of year and it can be quite stressful. That’s a shame. From its origins as a pagan festival, its co-opting by Christianity to the modern day combination of festive fun, shopping and a touch of religious respect where appropriate the day still has meaning to many people. That said; there […]


On the spot jammin’ to Nintendo themes

To support their Indiegogo campaign the Player Piano team put composer and pianist Sonya Belousova on the spot. Sonya was played a little clip from a number of Nintendo theme tunes and had just a few seconds to compose her own piano take on the classic. She does very well.


David Reddick on Intelligent Life, Spider-Woman’s butt and Star Trek

I first encountered David Reddick’s Intelligent Life over at Comics Kingdom. There it’s one of my favourite strips, among many other good series, and I’ve actually configured the system to email me updates rather than rely on RSS as I normally do. I’ve gotten to know the characters; Skip, Gwen, Mike and Barry pretty well […]


One Review to Rule Them All: A Review of The One Ring

“It is the year 2946 of the Third Age, and the lands east of the Misty Mountains are astir. From the cloud-shrouded peaks above the High Pass to the spider-infested gloom of the forest of Mirkwood, paths long-deserted are trodden once again. Busy merchants carry their wares to new markets, messengers bring tidings from foreign […]