Bending the Truth in the Mobile Debate: iPhone 6’s Alleged Flaw

Technology and how the technology is used are things that are sometimes at odds with the other. Like something built for one purpose, but utilized for another, or something that can be used to varying degrees according to whatever respective party's vested interests. Take the obvious example: nuclear products. One one hand, you have treatments… Continue reading Bending the Truth in the Mobile Debate: iPhone 6’s Alleged Flaw

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Aphex Twin’s Syro: What Else to Say?

Aphex Twin, for the few that may not know of him, is Richard D. James, one of the most revered electronic artists of all time. He's built up an impressive library of aliases spanning different eras of music and styles since the 80's, and cultivated a sort of cult of secrecy about him like: disdaining… Continue reading Aphex Twin’s Syro: What Else to Say?

Continuing The Bipedal Question: On the Other Thumb

A quick follow-up to the last post, is another peculiar anatomical anomaly that came to my attention a few years back, and I've yet to find a suitable outlet for. So here it is.Catgirls. Anime catgirls. Everyone has an image of this classic anime cliche (more properly called called neko or nekomimi which just means… Continue reading Continuing The Bipedal Question: On the Other Thumb

The Bipedal Bias: Why So Many Playable Humanoids?

Humans are a predictable bunch. Two arms, two legs, head atop the shoulders, front-facing eyes, opposable thumbs. Basic stuff. Same goes with most vertebrates. Us with a backbone to speak of will never have more than four limbs, excepting species with tails, but even then, it's only so much of a "limb." When you pull… Continue reading The Bipedal Bias: Why So Many Playable Humanoids?