Hidden Features in Windows 10

by Rachel Baker on August 7, 2015

I’m gonna go ahead and say it, I’m a microsoft girl – my phone, my tablet, my laptop…all run Microsoft Windows. I spend as much time (maybe more depending on the game) gaming on my 360 and my XboxOne as I do in the kitchen trying new recipes I accessed on my tablet, after finding […]

‘Back to the Future’ gadgets that are real in 2015

July 7, 2015

Cool article highlighting gadgets from the movie Back to the Future that have come to fruition. Great Scott! 7 ‘Back to the Future’ gadgets that are real in 2015: It’s finally 2015, the year when Back to the Future II promised everything would be cooler. The first Back to the Future movie hit theaters 30 […]

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Favorite Books about Music, as told by Musicians and Writers

June 27, 2015

This is a neat article about what different musicians and writers choose as their favorite books about music. Read More: Musicians and writers choose their favourite book about music . As festivalgoers crowd the stages at Glastonbury, Brian Eno, Beck, Lavinia Greenlaw, James Wood and a host of other stars select their favourite books about […]

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Pine and Quinto Sign On For Star Trek 4

June 26, 2015

With production starting in the next couple of weeks for Star Trek 3, Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto have signed contracts for Star Trek 4. If you are a fan of the new version of the Star Trek timeline, this will be good news for you. If you care less, well, know you know there […]

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Microsoft gives away Windows 10 to anyone who asks

June 22, 2015

This is definitely a good deal, but it doesn’t really appear to be a big deal after reading the article below. Read More: With a nod and a wink, Microsoft gives away Windows 10 to anyone who asks. In the always confusing world of Microsoft licensing, there are two sets of rules. One is written […]

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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Is Exactly The Right Move For Microsoft

June 18, 2015

There is a whole lot of conversation right now about whether Microsoft’s decision to make the Xbox One backwards compatible is a good decision or a bad one. As an owner of all Microsoft products, I think its a good one. One of the things I really disliked was the idea that to play my […]

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Duran Duran is back

June 16, 2015

Yup, I know…there’s a ton of gaming information to put out, and yet, I went with Duran Duran is putting out a new album. You can find the gaming news, its everywhere, but where else could you get your eyeballs diverted to the Duran Duran tour and collaborative efforts of Nile Rodgers, Mark Ronson and […]

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Fallout 4: Not for Old Generation Consoles

June 8, 2015

So, for all of you Bethesda Fallout 4 fans, if you haven’t saved up for your Xbox One, now is the time to start. Mow some lawns, clean some houses, flip some burgers…I suspect all manual labor will be worth it when you are vegging out on your couch watching the opening credits for the […]

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Muse, Drones, Review: Broken Heart to WWIII in 52 minutes

June 7, 2015

Muse, an English progress band, with roots back to 1994 has released a mind-blowing sci-fi concept album that takes one from the idea of a broken heart to the full on throes of WWIII in the time it takes to immerse yourself in the album. This is their seventh album and has Def Leppard producer, […]

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Happy 40th Anniversary Jaws

May 31, 2015

This sort of seems like an odd move in the age of Netflix and online streaming, but hey, celebrate the big 4-o any which way you want, Jaws! I hope tons of people turn out for the movie theatre showing on June 21st and June 24th. Here’s the article:‘Jaws’ Heading Back to Theaters for 40th […]

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Hip-Hop is Pop Music’s Most Important Revolution

May 24, 2015

Without actually listening to any music, an Evolutionary biologist and his team of researchers have figured out that the most influential genre of music in the last fifty years is hip-hop. Using the same techniques used to study worms, the researchers were able to use computers to analyze 17,000 songs. Even if you disagree, the […]

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