Category: Technology

  • Laptops in 2024 (and what we can hope for)

    The good, the bad, and the ugly of the premier CES technology show and other laptop updates. 2023 was a decent year for laptops from many brands (for the sake of this article, I will not be focusing on Apple and their MacBooks, because for better or for worse, they’re very different compared to Windows…

  • Cassette Beasts Review – The Anti-Pok√©mon Game that REDEFINES the Monster Taming RPG Genre

    I never thought I would happen. I never thought I would see the day that a small indie game company could make a game that could not only compete with Nintendo & Game Freak’s monster catching RPG, but actually surpass it in many ways! I never thought that a monster catching/taming RPG would ever be…

  • A Response to XDA – PC gaming handhelds are still too niche to replace the [Nintendo] Switch

    And why this article is only half right. Make no mistake, writing an article is tough work. You need to make appealing to read articles while working to make sure they are accurate as possible. But sometimes, opinion based articles do appear. And while many I agree with, this one from XDA I certainly don’t…

  • An Apology to Linux Mint

    And a (for now) small rant against poor Linux coverage from mainstream tech blogs If you remember my post all the way back in February of 2023, you might remember a blog post I made titled “Is Cinnamon Dying”, which was about Linux Mint’s flagship desktop environment Cinnamon not having proper Wayland support with no…

  • Is Cinnamon Dying?

    If you know about desktop Linux, chances are you know of Linux Mint. Linux Mint is seen as an easy to use Linux distro for Linux users switching from Windows. And for a while, it was. It used GNOME 2 on a solid Ubuntu base, but it added things such as non-free codecs and Nvidia…

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