Video games have come a long way since I started playing in the 1980s, but I still am incredibly fond of anything 8-bit. I found this pouch on clearance at Michael's and knew that I could have some geeky fun with it. This 8-bit video game pouch is incredibly easy and quick to … [Read more...] about Level Up With This Easy 8-Bit Video Game Pouch
If you are into celebrating geeky holidays, there are quite a few. One of the most famous is Pi Day, which is celebrated on March 14th (get it...3/14, ha) and features, well, pie of course! The stores around here sell out of many of their pies leading up to this day. We usually … [Read more...] about Make This Pi Pie Plate for Pi Day
As you may or may not have guessed from the 'rm -rf /' picture in the header for the page, I do a lot of work with Linux in my job. Linux can be very divisive. People who are familiar with it think it is great, to the point of saying it's better than Windows and installing it on … [Read more...] about Valentine’s Day Tutorial for the Linux Administrator in Your Life
My birthday was almost two months ago. Lordy lordy, look who's 39! It was a pretty insignificant birthday, to be honest. Nothing spectacular to celebrate or lament. I had lunch with my mother, and took my flight back home (I was on a business trip that week). I'm at the age … [Read more...] about Can Comic Book Movies Teach You How to Be a “Super Friend”?
This post was written by me and sponsored by Amazon through my participation in the Mom It Forward Network. See my Disclosure Policy for more details. Video games have been a part of my life since I was a kid in the 1980s. I’ve mentioned before how Mom would make sure we did our … [Read more...] about Halloween Boxtume: 8-Bit Video Game Princess