Someone from Sound Brewery is hoping to add “Drunkality” to the Mortal Kombat lineup of finishing moves. The brewery, along with Warner Bros. and Global Beverage Traders, has developed a […]
Point and click your way to these Nintendo-themed Vans The Princess may be in another castle, but at least she left us some rad gym shoes to wear. Nintendo has announced a new […]
Tetris is getting a movie – with an $80 million dollar budget Threshold Entertainment’s film adaptation of Nintendo’s Tetris is full-steam ahead, and it’s apparently going to be part of a trilogy. […]
5 Mom Observations About My Blog It’s no secret that my mother is technologically illiterate. Still, she has her moments. She’s conquered her Bluetooth car speakerphone, she’s able to play […]
Scenario: You are walking along the beach one hot, humid summer day, and you nearly trip over a worn, bronzed lamp. Intrigued, you pick up the lamp, unintentionally releasing a magic […]
Message from General Pepper: Priority One. Head’s up for some serious nostalgia. I’m halfway to the basement as I’m typing this, frantic to retrieve my dusty Nintendo 64 and breakout […]
The Force Awakens was released on DVD/Blu Ray this week, but the gifts from Santa didn’t stop there. A new trailer for Rogue 1, a Star Wars spinoff film, also dropped online, reminding […]
If you took a look at Apple’s Timehop from one year ago, you’d see workers scurrying to perfect the heavily anticipated Apple Watch, which debuted on April 24th. Fast forward […]
On March 13th, my church celebrated Social Media Sunday, complete with iPhones, hashtags, and pulpit selfies. Can you integrate technology with liturgy?
I’m with the 97%.