Archive for May, 2005

    • Sony PSP

      by Dijita

      Personally I was excited to get my hands on the new Sony PSP. So on March 24th I was like a little kid opening up the box of my brand new Sony PSP. Was it worth it?

    • Kensington Expert Mouse

      by David Gluzman

      Everyone I know is jumping on the ergonomics bandwagon. Since the working population finds themselves sitting at a computer for the better part of the week one can get a bit sore or even injured.

    • How to spend your money at the movies this year

      by Beauty

      Summer is just around the corner, and that means the theaters will be flooded. The studios will take advantage of the nice weather and people’s summer vacation schedules to release the best films of 2005.

    • Knights of the Old Republic II

      by MaxPower

      Well maybe you are perpetuating that guy’s ability to live a life of “weakness”, perhaps he would have been better off getting a little beating to teach him a lesson. Maybe you should administer the beating.

    • The Cost of War

      by Steve McGrath

      Almost all of these revelations occurred to me over a couple weeks driving around Abadan Iran, an area that was the center of the Iran Iraq war 18 years ago. Over a million people died in that war.

    • Who Makes Movies?

      by Gordon McDowell

      The MPAA has expanded the scope of their anti-piracy campaign, with spots specifically targeting horror fans, Bridget Fonda fans, and porn lovers. We salute the MPAA in their struggle against all that is evil.

    • Jaja Jazzist – Video

      by Ninja Tune

      ‘What We Must’ is the next chapter in the Jaga Jazzist history, a kaleidoscopic take on rock stylings, rolling from early 90s British shoegazer guitar pop to 70s prog rock.

    • Claire Nicolson

      by R4NT

      With parts of her debut album recorded at the Mud Hut Studios, Claire Nicolson just could well be one of Britain’s most exciting singer / songwriters around..

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