Getting an Epic custom clothing experience with Epic Shirtmakers tailored shirts

I have a problem. On the one hand, I love looking good in a well-fitting shirt, and on the other, someone up there decided it would be fun to proportion my body in a way that makes it impossible for any normal shirt to fit me. You see, I’m not overly tall, but my arms […]

How to navigate the web with your keyboard and gleeBox

I love keyboard shortcuts. I find using a mouse, menus and clicking to be an incredibly inefficient way of doing things. I spent a lot of time in college working with Adobe programs and using three and four character keyboard shortcuts to get things done faster. So when I found gleeBox and the amount of […]

Becoming a daring beer explorer with BrewGene for iOS and Android

Have you ever felt overwhelmed at a liquor store when you’re faced with literally an entire wall of beer? On one hand, you can grab the old standby you’ve grabbed 100 times before and know you’ll like it. But on the other, there are 20 or 30 other kinds you have yet to try that […]

How to access Wikipedia during the SOPA/PIPA blackout

If you are a college student, like me, and you have an assignment due tomorrow, like I do, you may have noticed that Wikipedia has taken itself down (sort of) in protest of SOPA and PIPA legislative acts. While I agree with the protest going on and commend Wikipedia for doing what they have to […]

The 8-core AMD Bulldozer has arrived, but is it worth the money?

It seems like I have been hearing the name “Bulldozer” from AMD for decades. And, while 6 months can seem like 10 years in computer time, the Bulldozer has finally been confirmed in Q4 2011. If you haven’t been following this topic, the Bulldozer core is used in AMD’s new line of high performance FX-series […]

It’s Official: Television comes to Xbox

A new panel on Xbox Live Spotlight confirms rumors of a cable-esque service for Xbox Live. According to the video “nearly 40” providers are being added including. HBO Go, SyFy, Bravo, Comcast, and Verizon FiOS and more this holiday. When exactly is this holiday? Let’s hope they’re talking Halloween, but I’m going to go ahead and […]

Xbox Live to get Cable-Esque Service?

You may soon be able to watch cable television on Microsoft’s Xbox Live gaming service. Microsoft is rumored to be joining Comcast and Verizon to provide a cable-esque service on Xbox Live. No details are out as of yet, so allow me to speculate and dream like a wee lad looking at the wrapped boxes under […]

Wii 2: A Speculative Look at Nintendo’s Newest Console

For those of you who don’t know, it has been confirmed that Ninendo’s next generation console will be announced at this year’s upcoming E3 expo.  The highly anticipated console being  revealed is the Wii 2. Sources say that the Wii 2 (code named “Project Cafe”) will be HD and at least as powerful as the […]

How to Profit from the AT&T/Alltel Merger

Now that AT&T may be acquiring T-Mobile, their acquisition of Alltel in a few states since the Verizon/Alltel merger is old news. By now everyone has pretty much figured out the jig. Every current Alltel customer gets a free AT&T phone because the two networks use different technologies, and a current Alltel phone won’t work […]

How to not suck at Facebook Questions

You probably noticed Questions popping up on your Facebook News Feed, which quickly turned into “Which Backstreet Boy is the hottest?”, “What state is the best?”, and “Which Arena Football team east of the Mississippi, but South of the Mason Dixon Line has the best cheerleaders?”.