This February, the WWE decided to take a drastic step in how they handle Pay-Per-View events. Instead of charging $30-40 a month per event to the fan base, they decided to introduce the WWE Network: access to all PPVs in... Read more »
If you purchased a desktop Mac lately, you most likely saw the option to add Apple’s Battery Charger set for $29 to go along with your purchase. Rechargeable batteries make life easy for those who use a wireless keyboard and... Read more »
Most of you reading this probably haven’t used IRC in years, if not a decade. But for me, IRC seems to be a habit that I can’t seem to kick. I’ve been using it since 2007, through Chris Pirillo’s chat... Read more »
Homeland was one of my favorite shows in Seasons 1-2, but Season 3 was a real pain. It got to the point where I told myself I would stop watching the show. It was awful, the plot started become dreadfully unrealistic, and the Brody family still had a ton of unnecessary air time. The Brody Show got even worse in the last season, when it decided to take a focus on Dana, who in my opinion is one of the worst TV characters I’ve ever seen. Great actor? Absolutely. But all of her scenes felt forced, and it got me to the point where I gave up on the show completely. Then it just completely spins out of control with Dana going on a road trip with her psycho buddy in the ward. The season 4 trailer gives me some hope, though, as Dana is nowhere near to be found.
Hopefully with the death of a character who I won’t name in order to not to spoil it for those who haven’t watched, it will end the awful, dragged out relationship we’ve seen with Brody and Carrie throughout the years. Season 4 will finally show whether or not the plot can stand on its own, though, as there (hopefully) won’t be any sideshows with the Brodys, and the main focus of the show will pretty much be entirely on the plot. It is, however, encouraging, if the trailer gives us any indication of things to come.
There were some rough patches with some scenes throughout the years, it got worse in season 3, and by the end of season 3 I gave up on the show. I made a vow I’d never revisit this show once again, but the awesomeness that was seasons 1 and 2 combined with what looks like an improved season 4 (Meredith Stiehm returning as writer after taking season 3 off probably won’t hurt either), I think I’m going to give it another shot. The trailer looks kickass and looks like it might go back to the good ‘ol days. We’ll see when the show returns in September.
Last Thursday, Apple released the first public beta of their newest OS, Yosemite. I was going to hold off on installing it on my main machine until it comes out in the fall, but I couldn’t help myself and decided... Read more »
Dashboard is one of those OS X features that you either use on daily basis or you pretty much never touch it. Ever since Apple announced it ten years ago, they really tried to push it with the release of OS... Read more »
I’ve been listening to podcasts for a long time, pretty much as long as I can remember. Whether it’s at the desk when I’m home, in bed or on the go, I’m always listening to podcasts. Podcasts are part of... Read more »
Twitter has once again overhauled the way Twitter profiles look and feel around the website. Starting today, you will be given the option of enabling this new user interface, but whether you like it or not, it’s probably here to stay. Personally,... Read more »
If you are like me and joined the site in the first few weeks, you probably got an email a little while ago warning you that your account is soon expiring. I joined in August of 2012, but ADN gave... Read more »
Today, Apple announced what many people have already been speculating for months: two new designs for what is now the non-existent iPhone 5. They started off with the introduction of the iPhone 5C – a colorful version of the iPhone... Read more »