Category Archives: Odds & Ends

FIFA 17 and its forms of digital exploitation.

As someone born post 1980 I’m fairly hedonistic, but recently I’ve come to despise an aspect of my bourgeoisie behaviour, and how easily it has transcended reasonable moderation. My intentions were benign; to have more options available to me when … Continue reading

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So, will less blogging mean it’s better?

I’ve realised something – blogging, like writing, should be spontaneous. Right now, I feel as though it isn’t, well, except this post, which is. To explain, I’ve been re-reading some of the stuff that I’ve posted on here for the … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the Samsung S7, and how it will evolve digital media from here.

The Samsung S7 is a smartphone. More smart than it is phone, but by heck is it smart. Intuitive is the word. In fact, I’m living, breathing, walking, shitting evidence that it’s completely idiot proof, it’s a terrific bit of … Continue reading

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Risin’ Up – finally a Tomb Raider game worthy of the concept

All the arguments have been had, multiple times; what do the motivations behind our involvement with the Tomb Raider franchise tell us about our perceptions of gender equality and progressivism? Does the incremental intangible sophistication and overt desexualisation of the … Continue reading

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Disclosure Scotland, and how the Government uses it to extort the public.

The only sound excuse that anyone can offer for ruling is that by doing so he avoids being ruled by people inferior in talents to himself – Plato. Quoting others is often pompous, and definitely pathetic. The primarily intention is … Continue reading

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