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July 24, 2014

San Diego Comic-Con 2014 – Preview Night and Day 1 in Hall H part 1

We’re back in San Diego for another year of the amazing, stupendous Comic Convention grand-daddy of them all — San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC or #SDCC2014).  This year so far, I’ve minimized my time on the floor and spent it in seats as much as possible… So, up to this point we have limited Cosplay photos which is admittedly a bummer for me.  I think many of the costumes are great and like to discuss the process and inspiration behind them… We’ll try to get to more of that later in the week.

For now, I want to talk about Preview night and the panels in Hall H.

Preview #1 – The Flash

This story starts much the same as many [...]

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July 10, 2014

Hands On: Quest for Infamy

I’ve played enough “Quest for Infamy” over the last 48 hours to get through the first 3 out of 59 achievements (taking the Brigand route).  So, I have a few hours under my belt and though I’m sure I’m just scratching the surface of the game’s story, I think I have a good feel for the game play.  (There’ll be a small spoiler / hint regarding the first brigand quest below)

The Setup –

Testing on a Win7 x64 based system with 12 GB ram, i7 cpu (870@2.93 GHz) video is ATI Radeon HD 5700 -and I used the Steam version (they offer GOG too)

The narrator uses humor to describe the [...]

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June 29, 2014

5 Expenses You’ll Incur as a New Parent

Does your household have a baby on the way? You’ll want to start planning your upcoming budget early, since caring for a new addition to the family will entail a major financial investment.

Of course, parents want to give their children the absolute best when it comes to food, clothing, education, and entertainment. But you’ll also need to make sound financial decisions so you can provide for the family over the long term.

Here are five substantial items you’d be smart to start budgeting for in advance.

1. A college fund

It’s never too early to start saving for your child’s future in higher education. It’s difficult to tell what college tuition and fees [...]

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June 28, 2014

What is Responsive Web Design and Why Should I Make the Switch?

If you are someone who keeps up on the latest in Web design, you have probably heard the phrase, “responsive Web design.” In a nutshell, responsive Web design is a type of professional Web design that enables your site to adapt based on the method your visitors are using to see your site.

With responsive Web design, someone who accesses your site on their laptop will see the same site as someone who accesses your site on their mobile phone. Without responsive Web design, the person accessing your site on their phone might not get a site that looks attractive or one that is easy to browse. This can frustrate and results in a bad first impression.

There are [...]

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