I do take a long time between posts, don’t I? theanswers42.com is kind of a thing I seem to end up taking a hiatus from, and then remember that I’ve actually got opinions about things and wonder where I can put them, and hey presto here I am again! I always come flying back saying that “this… Continue reading soup that is beautiful
Last Sunday, I reviewed Doctor Mordrid, an early 1990s B-movie where the scriptwriters lost the rights to Doctor Strange and tried to rewrite the film to get around this, resulting in a somewhat odd but enjoyable movie that was heavily reminiscent of Doctor Strange but without being legally close enough for lawyer-fu to take place. So… Continue reading strange delights
So, uh… it’s been quite a while without a blog post until now despite my promises to post regularly. I guess I’ll have to work on that… I have a passion for bad movies. Give me a choice between one of the newest CGI-laced blockbusters, or an obscure sci-fi flick from the 80s with terrible claymation… Continue reading shit film sunday: the strange tale of doctor mordrid
So almost exactly last year I wrote here about starting over a new leaf, and I said that it was the perfect time to revive an old project: i.e. this blog. How did that work out? Well, I ended up changing jobs, and everything about this went down the pan as I concentrated on the… Continue reading really new year, really new leaf, really new blog
Hello blog… I last updated you on the 29th of September last year, and so it’s exactly one year to the day as I write this. The year since then hasn’t been wasted at all, on the contrary it’s been very, very busy, but I feel as if you’ve been neglected, dear blog. This must… Continue reading one year later…
So, it’s just come out of a (Jewish) new year, a time when traditionally people take stock of the previous year, and decide on new directions they’d like to take with the next. This is such a time for me, and what better time than to resurrect an old project such as this? I’ve also… Continue reading new year, new leaf… new blog?
I’ve been doing my development work in Linux for a while now, and doing that you get used to certain luxuries. One of these is the packaging system that comes installed with various Linux distros – thousands of useful applications and libraries are just a sudo apt-get install or sudo yum install away, and the… Continue reading visual studio meet SDL2, SDL2 meet visual studio…