I’ve always wanted to give geocaching a try. Wikipedia calls it outdoor treasure hunting and I’m going to need a GPS unit. (gettin’ geeked gettin’ geeked) Continue reading “Next trip: Geocaching Wasaga Beach”
It’s been a crazy couple of days. See why in the 16punches galleries here.
I’m super swagged and super excited to play some of these games when they are released later this year. The big deal of the show was definitely Nintendo’s Wii. The line to get in to the Wii area looped around for as far as the eye could see. I heard it was a 6 hour wait. I gave up. I really really wanted to try it out but not at the expense of missing the rest of the show. Last year Microsoft was giving out tickets to get in to try out the Xbox 360 – this should be the way exhibitors handle the lines. It doesn’t do anybody any good to stand in line for hours. Even Nintendo suffers: no one in that line gets to try the new DS titles, the DS lite, the Brain Game… what a bummer.
Today’s the day. In 15 minutes the doors to E3 2006 will open and geeks galore will rush in to see the latest releases from their favourite game companies. My first stop is Blizzard to see what’s new with World of Warcraft. I’ll also be on the lookout for boothbabes as a follow up to this thread running on Muse and Fury. There’s been a lot of discussion this year leading up to E3 about the fines for scantily clad boot babes so I’m curious to see how booths have decided to handle this. Continue reading “E3 Begins”
I was in the market for an mp3 player so that I could listen to podcasts, music and lectures while walking back and forth to classes. I chose the Sandisk Sansa e250 and got it from TigerDirect.ca. That’s another story though; if you want you can read about it here. One of the nice features of the Tiger Direct website is that the home page is filled with daily specials. The one that caught my eye was the Corsair Flash Voyager. Continue reading “Rugged Convenience: Corsair Flash Voyager USB 2.0 Flash Memory Drive”