Hey, it’s portable, OK? You just need the extra baggy cargo pants to carry it around with you. Also, many, many batteries.
For reasons of not being able to ditch it, Alex Kidd in Miracle World (and the hidden snail game) are exempt. Also, before anyone makes the obvious and very tired joke I’m not a Sega mascot (but I guess I could be for money).
Another day, another virtual feast of writing for you to enjoy. Or loathe, but I’d definitely prefer the former.
You’ve got to start with the classics, and there’s none more classic than the Atari 2600.
Those who know me well… and there are some of you, although probably fewer than I’d like in some respects… But I digress… know that I’ve got a bit of a thing for collecting video games.
Another day, another set of… wait a minute… I’m writing about Red Dwarf now?
You want words? I’ve got words — or at least I did, until I sold them off for CRAZY prices! Which is the polite way of saying there’s a lot of my content out there for you to read right now.
A real mixed offering of writing today, with a little bit of everything from the stupidity of “free” Facebook offers to using VPNs for more than just corporate security.
I’m not like other folks, it seems. To some of you, that may not be news at all, but still, I do something that (apparently) precious few other technology users do.
In which I test 4G, listen to music, charge up some phones, rebrand an iconic ’80s band… and travel to Maitland. It’s all go, I tell you!