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The Turista of Kalimdor

In World of Warcraft, when the bodies have piled up so high you can't see past, maybe it's time to play tourist? Read More »

It Was a Dark and Stormy Nightmare of a Contest: Bulwer-Lytton 2006

Penned painful paragraphs of prose? Partake of this plentitude... Read More »

Book Review: Captain Alatriste by Arturo Perez-Reverte

A marvelous swashbuckling, yet poetic picture of Madrid in Spain's Golden era. Read More »

Runescape — Digging the Virtual Economy

What the heck are you doing killin' that dragon? Get to work, you lazy bum! Read More »

GameCube Review: The Simpsons – Hit & Run

Can you name the truck with four wheel drive, smells like a steak, and seats thirty five? Canyonero! Canyonero! Read More »

PC Game Reviews Myth and Myth II

If you have never tossed explosives on massed Mauls, or peppered a wight with arrows to watch the landscape-distorting explosion, pick up a copy. Read More »

GameCube Review: Call of Duty 2 – Big Red One

"The Big Red One" is the U.S. Army's 1st Infantry Division. The game of the same name does a great job at immersing the player in WWII action. Read More »

Book Review: Illicit – How Smugglers, Traffickers and Copycats are Hijacking the Global Economy by Moises Naim

It takes a hard look at the role of traffickers and trafficking networks in transforming politics, economics and borders. Read More »

An Open Letter to Google

Here is a copy of an email I received from the Google folks today that I thought deserved a response. Read More »

Early Results – Canadian Election – Conservative Minority

A government that will be forced to work with others to survive Read More »