By Space Cowboy | Those of you interested in technology would have been aware of Microsoft’s big reveal of the next generation Xbox on 21 May. I was ready for it, loose slacks and suspicious bottle of sunscreen at the ready; sitting at my PC to watch the launch as streamed by the good people at IGN, and poised to stroke my loins with the veracity that MS was bound to excite in me.
“While he is loathe to divulge too much, he says that there may be nudity, live music and albinos.”
After months of speculation, we finally have our first little snippet of awesomeness from Joss Whedon’s up-coming Marvel/Avengers spin-off project: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
By Wash | You might recognise Commander Chris Hadfield from his YouTube channel, where he answered questions from people back down on earth – things like “What happens when you wring out a wet wash cloth in space? He recently recorded this modified rendition of David Bowie’s Ground Control to Major Tom as his final goodbye to the International Space Station.
It’s been an interesting week, not just because there’s a bunch of cool geeky shit that I’ve been able to perve over, but also because… no, wait… who am I kidding? There’s just been a bunch of cool shit out.
Battlefield’s 96-hour Double XP event, which was scheduled to start later today (South African time), has been postponed in the wake of an ongoing malicious distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack on EA/DICE’s servers and network infrastructure.
Never underestimate the power of a pause, or a comma. Both take advantage of being practical, they leave room for breaths. The way of it resonated with me when I watched Gary Thomas play at the Bioscope in Maboneng Precinct recently.
Marfan Syndrome (also called Marfan’s syndrome) is a genetic disorder of the connective tissue. People with Marfan tend to be unusually tall, with long limbs and long, thin fingers. There are a noted number of musicians, past and present, that have been diagnosed with the disease, often speculatively in the case of the long deceased.