In the comments for my post about the 1967 alternate-history version of Lost, Bill Streeter wrote: "They kinda did make Lost in the 1960's. There was a program in 1969 called The New People that looks a lot like Lost."
Sinistar was an important part of my childhood. He hungers. Until today I did not know that there had been an Atari port of Sinistar in progress. Beware he lives. Run coward! The 2600 port looks like some of their worst work. READ THE REST
Look, if you've got a significant other and you haven't worked out a plan for Valentine's Day already, you're playing with fire, my friend. From ultra-high maintenance partners with loads of specific relationship needs all the way to the low maintenance "don't worry about me" mates, everybody needs at least some kind of recognition on… READ THE REST
If you're reading this, then we can only hope that you're not also driving at the same time. Unfortunately, it isn't as crazy an idea as it sounds since distracted driving seems to be no big deal for way too many of those behind the wheel out there right now. According to the National Highway… READ THE REST
Remember back when you'd hear a knock at your door, and have to get up and look through the peephole to see who it was? Oh, the 2000s…it feels like forever ago now, doesn't it? Of course, now, just about everybody is rocking a video doorbell, making the old game of playing 'who's at the… READ THE REST