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Review #56: Xgimi Z6 Polar ★★★★½

Update #1 (March 1, 2019):In my video review, I had stated the audio to be just about good enough, despite the Harman Kardon branding. In fact, I would still recommend getting an external speaker for the best experience. However, if that is […]

Musing #67: Valley of the Boom

I will admit that I am a sucker for tech docudramas and find it cringe-worthy when it goes too far off the rails. It is one of the reasons that I could never appreciate Halt and Catch Fire to the extent that a […]

Tutorial #21: Soft Tip Dart Assembly (Geologic)

How often does it happen that you trundle in to a shop out of boredom and end up making an impulse purchase just because it is the most exciting thing at that moment? This was the case with me at Decathlon earlier this week […]

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Musing #46: Saitek R440 Force Feedback Wheel

There are some items that you hold fond memories of but there comes a time when you have to let it go. I suppose I am attaching a bit too much emotion to an inanimate object, but the Saitek R440 Force Feedback […]

Musing #40: Twin Peaks

Considering the time when Twin Peaks was first broadcast, there was no means for me to have even been aware of its existence. However, when I did catch it a few years ago, it was every bit as unconventional and weird as […]

Sundry #7: Superzoom on the Supermoon

It isn’t exactly today’s supermoon because although I caught a glimpse of it, I didn’t record it. In fact, I thoroughly despise the term, probably to the same extent as Neil deGrasse Tyson. To bring home the point, I have instead posted this image from […]

Review #22: Halt and Catch Fire

A TV series that goes by the name of a computer race condition is bound to pique my interest, just the way that Pirates of Silicon Valley, Silicon Valley, The IT Crowd and Mr. Robot caught my attention by their name alone. […]