Amsterdam Light Festival Featuring
Spatial Distortion

My buddy Jim/aka Spatial Distortion recently had his song, Light Tumbler, used as the soundtrack to a time-lapse video of 2012’s Amsterdam Light Festival. Both the video and the track are lovely, and work quite well together. For more information on Spatial Distortion visit Or to hear more music from Spatial Distortion visit his Bandcamp page.

Tasty Gameplay Video from Crysis 3

Crytek has been putting out bits and pieces of information on their upcoming FPS, Crysis 3. This is the follow-up to 2011’s Crysis 2, one of the best shooters I’ve played in long while. For me, Crysis 2 had all of the fun of Halo: Combat Evolved, only with exceptional graphics. Unlike most shooters nowadays, the focus of the Crysis series is the single-player experience, which is what I look for in games. This gameplay footage with it’s big guns,… Continue »

Human Revolution – Deus Ex Live Action Teaser

The folks at DCODE Films are working on a live action short film based one of my favorite games of 2011, Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Based on this footage, I wholly approve. For more information on this project visit DCODE Films.

The real purpose of your life!

Somedays a guy could use a little more singing and dancing. Something to chew on…

RSA Shorts – The Power of Quiet

A great little video narrated by Susan Cain, and featuring whimsical illustrations by Molly Crabapple, which extols the often overlooked value of introverts, and the importance of partnerships between them and their louder cousins the extroverts. The world is full of noise and those that are the loudest are the ones we tend to follow but what about the quiet ones? Author Susan Cain shines a spotlight on introverts and reveals how over time our society has come to look… Continue »

Judge-ify Yourself

In celebration of the new Dredd 3D film starring Karl Urban as the man himself, Mike Carroll has created a bitch’n web app called Badger. Which lets you put your name on just about any judge badge you could want. via 2000 AD Try Badger »