At the time of writing this, I've been sheltering in place for 60 days. 60 days at home, just Seth and I. 60 days since I've hugged another person. 60 days since I've been able to go out without taking a million precautions. 60 days stuck. The entire fucking world has changed in those 60 days. Nearly 90,000 Americans have died of a virus. We're on the verge of economic collapse. Globally things don't look much better. It's funny, because I work from home. I'm always home anyways. My schedule has barely changed - if anything, you think ... Keep Reading
Science fiction, fantasy, and plenty of video games. Here's where I keep all things nerdy.
About a month ago, I decided to trade in my iPhone 7 Plus for a shiny new iPhone XS. There wasn't anything inherently wrong with my 7 Plus, I just got a case of "shiny object syndrome" and the only real way to solve it was to upgrade my phone. I loved a lot about my 7 Plus. The bigger screen was great, and I loved the dual cameras - portrait mode took my Instagram to another level. But, there were also a few downsides. The biggest one was size; I couldn't comfortably hold it in one hand and relied on my PopSocket to keep it secure in my ... Keep Reading
Last Friday, Seth and I took off for Boston - the start of a crazy (yet oddly relaxing and enjoyable), much-needed vacation. We kicked the week off by heading down to Boston for Comic Con. I've been planning this since January - Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, and John Barrowman were going to be there and damnit, I was going to be there, too. Unfortunately, the trip to Boston was... Underwhelming. We did get to meet Matt, Karen, and John. For collectively about 45 seconds. We stood in line for ages, and we're rushed through the photo op with ... Keep Reading