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Last Friday Amazon unveiled Kindle Unlimited, a service that grants all-you-can-read access to a library of 600,000 titles at a cost of $9.99 per month. It's similar to what Oyster and Scribd already offer, though their respective libraries are 500,000 and 400,000 titles deep, with Scribd going a dollar less per month than the other two. Unlike the other two, Kindle Unlimited is also available on... Read more →
This is the episode where everything blows apart. Despite the fact that there's two episodes left after this! But everything we thought we knew about the characters sort of gets washed away as their circumstances change dramatically. And that's okay, because now stuff is actually happening.
But first! What was the fallout from Gordon's breakdown last episode? Well, nothing... Read more →
Dark Souls I and II are often considered some of the hardest games ever made. Mistakes and death are frequent, the dungeons are endless and frustration is frequent! That said, Dark Souls has managed to capture a very loyal following and FromSoftware continues to actively develop the game.
In fact, they just released the latest DLC for Dark Souls II and we’re giving away one code a piece for Steam and Xbox 360! Are you ready for a new adventure? Follow the... Read more →
You may recall that I really liked my time with the Lumia 520, the predecessor to this new one.
I figured that the 530 would be a modest upgrade to the 520, and at a low price point (I am again expecting around $100), would be a must buy for me.
However, upon further research, the newer, higher... Read more →
I've mentioned this before: Last year, we've moved our entire photo library and music library onto a NAS device (a Synology DS213). Overall, the experience has been decent. It's easy enough to access over the network (and even remotely) to store files, media, and all sorts of other data.
Except when I need to access my /photos or /music folders. There are thousands and sub-directories stored in each folder (sort by dates, e.g. "2014-07-23" in photos and Artist in... Read more →