I picked up Technobablyon after my stint with the ‘triple-A’ game Mass Effect 4. I was due some old-school point-and-click adventuring. Here’s what I thought.
On a daily basis, my wife and I take our two-year-old for a walk through the neighborhood. Since this summer, a goose and duck have taken to living near a bridge on our regular route. What matter this duck and this goose, you ask? Let me explain.
I’ve been playing D&D for a long time, both as a player and as a Dungeon Master. I’ve found that creating a character that works well is harder than you might think. The game aids you with its rules, but most of the work is still up to you. Creating a good character makes the game more enjoyable for you, the other players, and the dungeon master. So, five tips for that.
There’s a new Blade Runner out, and I got to see it last week. Question is, can this sequel hold up critically to the original, which is considered one of the greatest science fiction movies of all time? You see, like the original, Blade Runner 2049 isn’t doing terribly well in North America.
This week, a weakness in the Wifi standard was revealed. This flaw was found in the standard itself, not in a device where it was just implemented wrong. That’s surprising. It means it affects just about every wifi-enabled device out there. The question now becomes: how do we make our devices safe again? I’ve ranted about IoT things before, this time I’m focusing on smartphones.