The first decade of the new century has turned out to be trying times indeed. Arguably the first hurdle faced by humanity at the turn of the century was the phenomenon known as the Y2k Bug. Today we can look back on the event and laugh, but my generation was just preparing to enter into the world as the turn of the century loomed, and it was seen as a very real threat by many.
The Invisible Band! is a psychedelic and space rock outfit that hails from the United Kingdom. The musician known as Alazarin got tired of busking on the streets, so he brought his act to Second Life, where he can now play live shows for a worldwide audience. We discuss the loss of his original master tapes and decades worth of written music, gigging in Second Life, and new musical directions.
In these tough economic times, there's no better way to game than to buy used games, so I've decided to offer the occasional review of a game I have in my collection which has been out for a while, the oldest of which dates back to the days of the NES. I call these installments "Retro Game Review", because even the secondhand shopper can benefit from being informed.
A.A. Milne is better known as the author of the celebrated Winnie The Pooh stories, and while it is no secret that his children's books commonly overshadowed his works for adults, "Those Were The Days" proves that even his earlier works could be just as charming. A collection of articles Milne wrote for Punch, get to know the man behind the pen as his anecdotal recollections take you back to London by gas light, World War I, and beyond.
The rare direct sequel in a long line of CastleVania games, Dawn of Sorrow improves on the concepts of its predecessor in almost every way. Follow the continuing story of Soma Cruz in his desperate quest not to become Dracula reincarnate.
The Zoo was the band that Filipino lead singer Arnel Pineda played in before he gained international fame by being hired to sing in the legendary American band Journey based off live performances posted to Youtube. Though they only had enough time to put out one album with Pineda, "Zoology" offers listeners a chance to experience Pineda's songwriting capabilities, as well as the vocal stylings that got him hired singing in his native language.
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