Groundhog Node

admin | October 15th, 2019 - 5:49 am

You don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone is a saying I used to associate with an ailment that persisted long enough for the sufferer to forget what it was like to feel well and that only once fully expunged, could be identified as something that should never have started.

A Case in Point.

admin | June 1st, 2017 - 6:58 am

The As the transient twenty tens whistled by in a whirlwind of technological titillation, political malaise and steadily increasing ADHD, precious few luxuries pertaining to traditional computing were poised more precariously on the precipice of extinction than the monolithic metal receptacle positioned in close proximity to the rectangular oracle which showcased its arcane abilities. In […]

Apple Music – Cloudy Strains for a Clear Conscience?

admin | September 24th, 2015 - 9:06 am

Picture this dramatic scene.  One steely dawn in the dead of winter, you are rudely roused by a snarling West wind as it pounds at your pains, pillages your pear tree, plucks potatoes from their loamy pillows, rips roses from the sanctuary of guardian gnomes, re-arranges last night’s refuse into next year’s Turner prize and roars […]

Life’s Magic Cycle….With Added Prestige.

admin | September 19th, 2015 - 5:26 pm

In the heart Hove, once a town, now an approximate third of a city, half way up a quaint cobbled street dappled with the dwindling remnants of high street retail, nested neatly between a coffee bar  and a major mobile brand, there lives a shop. To long-term locals on their daily forage and eagle-eyed explorers seeking […]

A Camera Complex

admin | September 14th, 2015 - 5:29 pm

 In a dramatic turn of events, the unleashing of Apple’s sixth order of portable communication facilitators baring the letter “S”, generated ever so slightly lesser or greater levels of enthusiasm and cynicism than their non “S” branded predecessors, a word I despise using in any technological context…along with counterpart.  Both terms are as common as a brick […]

An “X” Rated Rumble.

admin | July 19th, 2015 - 3:05 am

My initial intention for the analysis you are about to assimilate had been to stick with the proven strategy of specifying several quality based templates for each tested resolution via a combination of settings applied in the video cards’ control panels and preferences available in individual games.

A Small and Rewarding Experement.

admin | September 25th, 2014 - 1:23 pm

Aside from bumbling my own way through a magnificently entertaining selection of adventure games from the likes of Lucasarts, Sierra, it has always been a hobby of mine to watch and immerse myself in others efforts to do the same. These might be friends I sit alongside, or more lately, passionate and articulate “Youtubers”, each […]

A Captivating Experience.

admin | July 23rd, 2014 - 7:48 pm

With so many proud and capable gaming archivists already sharing their finest footage, I was eager to use what knowledge I had to thoroughly research the best possible techniques for capturing, editing and publishing using an exotic mix of hardware and software. In an age where the 16:9 widescreen HD format was omnipresent, a minimum […]