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Subscription Boxes, Enough is Enough Already

Who reading this has a subscription to a “crate” or a “box” or whatever.  These are sets of stuff that is sent out at regular intervals, usually every month, and you have a vague idea as to what is inside.  I won’t bring in the whole ‘mystery’ toy that is, for some reason, popular at […]

Amazon Aims to Destroy Your Reason for Not Using Prime, Netflix on Notice

There has always been one, rather, large obstacle with Amazon’s Prime service.  An obstacle that has reared its ugly head whenever I had went to sign up for Amazon Prime.  The price.  No, it was not that I felt it was out of hand high, rather it was so hard to part with $99 all […]

Maniac Mansion Re-Imagined in Fan Film

Daniele Spadoni is not new to fan films.  He has, through is company Spadoni Productions, released many fan films.  From Another World, also known as Out of this World in the United States, to an obscure fighting game by Team 17 called Body Blows, Daniele has been working hard.  His latest fan film is based […]

Australia Bitcoin Service Now in 4000+ Stores

While those of us in the United States are limited in how and where we purchase Bitcoin (let alone spend it), an Australian Bitcoin agency has reached into 4,000+ stores.  This is great news for our friends down under that are interested in jumping into the Bitcoin world.  Coin Loft, located in Melbourne Australia, now […]

Hulu Finally Adds Expiring Soon Notification

Who else finds it annoying as all get out when your digital media service of choice removes content without notice?  This is especially annoying when you are in the middle of a season and the contract is up so it simply disappears.  This has happened a few times, especially with movies I discover late in […]

Body Blows the Fan Movie, Team 17 Classic Fighter Fan Base Grows

What do you do if you are a fan of a game that is over 20 years old, most popular on the Commodore Amiga and you have friends and a video camera?  Well, if your name is Daniele Spadoni you take an extremely low-budget and turn that love for an old game into a short […]

Star Wars the Force Awakens Success, Here are Five Fan Films of Lightsaber Duels

It is a good sign that the latest Star Wars movie was a hit. For many of the fans it was a scary lead up after the Disney buyout. Speculation and hardcore fans were not kind to it leading up that is for sure. People were concerned that this was going to be the prequels […]

WWE Network Debuts High Profile Legends Show

With traditional television networks unveiling new programming this week, WWE Network followed suit on Monday by debuting its new interview show “Legends with JBL,” a cross between the old WWE Classics On Demand “Legends of Wrestling” roundtable and “Meet the Press,” in which John “Bradshaw” Layfield conducts an extensive one-on-one interview with a guest, in […]

Do We Really Need Another Paypal Payment Option?

Today, Paypal opened up their new payment portal option that is supposed to make it easier for people to send and request money from people.  This is supposed to be easier than going to the main Paypal site and then logging in and then remembering the address of the person you are trying to send […]

Kazoos, Bagpipes and Bluegrass: Eleven Weird but Amazing Covers of “Enter Sandman”

Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” has become one of the most iconic rock songs in the 24 years since its release. It is the sixth-most performed song in the band’s library, behind other classics that were all written years earlier. It has been on countless “Greatest x-number of songs of whatever time period or genre history” list. […]

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