Monthly Archives: June 2010

Dione and Titan

One of the latest photos from the Cassini probe orbiting Saturn, with the moons Dione in the foreground and Titan in the background. The image may look grayed out, but it was taken in visible light — that’s what the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Hell House by Richard Matheson

You know you’re reading a great horror novel when you have to keep your eyes open in the shower — despite the shampoo stinging the hell out of them — so you can be sure there’s no rotting-corpse-ghost peeking in … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Furies of Calderon

I’m almost embarrassed to admit that my first Jim Butcher novel is not a Dresden Files book, but The Furies of Calderon, the first in his epic fantasy Codex Alera series. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, but when … Continue reading

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Heroes of Might and Magic IV: Oldie but a goodie

I just reloaded Heroes of Might and Magic IV on my laptop. I haven’t played this game in years, and it’s every bit as awesome as I remembered. I should be writing, but sometimes you just gotta take time out … Continue reading

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2012: Disaster Porn

I finally saw 2012 on pay-per-view last week only because my wife was on call at the hospital that night and there was nothing on TV. My overall impression is it wasn’t a complete waste of 2 1/2 hours, but … Continue reading

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