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Tag Archives: nintendo
The Nintendo DS is the nation’s best-selling system of all time, selling 47 million units since its release in November of 2004, according to a Nintendo of America press release. Beyond all the corporate speak about “the best video game … Continue reading
Hello everyone! So, I’ve got to (once again) head out of town on family business. While I’m hoping to keep posting while I’m away, I’ve asked my friend Joe to take over the blog for me while I’m gone for … Continue reading
I’m not a huge fan of “cloud” computing. I like to own a physical representation of the things I buy. I don’t trust the big server in the sky to send me the game I want to play, at least … Continue reading
Listen, I’m all for the summer months. I’m all for popsicles and pools. But 104 degrees is stupid, especially in NYC, where the evil humidity resides. I guess the local authorities are telling people to stay inside buildings with AC … Continue reading
That’d be the final minute of the 4th of July celebration over the Hudson River. Amazing. It’s the one time of the year where the entire city cheers at the same time. You can be pretty much anywhere in Manhattan … Continue reading