Counterfeited Simulation

I was 8 years old. I remember opening a bulky rectangular package that contained something called a Game Boy

The Raging Tiny Tower Inferno of Doom!

Woke up this morning to find it gloomy and cold outside. A perfect day for coffee laced with a bit of caramel. Apparently, we had a cold front move through last night. Today is supposed to be windy with a high of 68 degrees. Such a welcome relief from the record summer heat we experienced in East Texas. Good riddance!

iTunes Preview Times

The increased music preview times, that iTunes has added recently, are a real hit with me. I love how you can really get a feel for the music and the song being previewed. Kudos to Apple and iTunes for only making the listening experience better. 🙂 *Please note that this is not a paid endorsementContinue reading “iTunes Preview Times”

The Cold War is Over: Part 2

Despite the Cold War ending in 2009, I still use my iPod Touch on a daily basis. I have also learned that Bluetooth for gaming wasn’t that big of a deal. However, I am still leery of Apple and its hardware upgrades. Primarily a console gamer, I am used to the 5-8 year life cycles the consoles go through. With the exception of the PSP, every major video game console has stayed relatively the same (minus a few minor hardware upgrades that do not alienate the user base). $250-$300, a one-time purchase, buys the user 5-8 years of gaming. Comparing that to Apple and their hardware upgrades every few years, I’m not sure those that have adopted the iPhone/ iTouch hardware are getting the biggest bang for their buck.