Posts Tagged ‘nintendo’

A couple of years ago I started to aggressively order things online. Mostly electronics. I often find steep discounts off things I would never need, but want nonetheless on Slickdeals or Fatwallet. Other times, trusted online retailers like Amazon and Newegg are a man’s best friend. The shipping boxes, however aren’t. A couple of years […]


[Note: This is a re-post from Ploked from 3/15/10] Prior to 2006, video games were for the hardcore. Xboxes, PlayStations, and Gamecubes separated the boys from the men. If you didn’t invest in learning button control schemes and combos, you couldn’t rumble with the best players in Soul Calibur II, Halo, or even Mario. When […]


At Nintendo’s Media Summit this morning the gaming company announced that the Nintendo DSi XL will cost $189.99 and hit stores March 28. Not to be left behind by Apple’s latest foray into the e-book business, Nintendo of America’s executive vice president of sales & marketing, Cammie Dunaway also mentioned that “100 Classic books” such […]


Last year when Barack Obama was swept into executive power, one of his main priorities was to create a national healthcare plan and digitize medical records to improve efficiency, saving billions of dollars a year in the process. While his grand plans have been somewhat foiled by a lack of bipartisanship, universal healthcare remains at […]


DSi Toast

09Feb10

This is exactly what I wish I woke up to this morning. A bit of jam or butter and it would be perfect and a cup of tea. Mmm… If anyone knows how this piece of toast was made, please do tell! Tiny Cartridge


Ah yes. The age old battle between Mario and Sonic. Whose side were you on? I’m a Mario fan. Sonic never really caught on with me. Don’t get me wrong, I loved waking up at the crack of dawn just to watch the Sonic TV show back in the 90’s and I even bought a […]


[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrdYAXNixq0] The story goes like this. Late one night, five kids from Politecnico di Milano in Italy were sitting around a camp fire and decided to hash out the top five trends they thought were most visible around the world. Instead of writing a fat dissertation on it all, they spared us the reading and […]