Hi guys. Happy weekend and best wishes for an excellent last day of con to all those of you attending PAX South right now. I know, it's been a little while since a new post went up on here. As mentioned earlier in the month, studying has been consuming just about every spare minute of my time and will continue to do so for the majority of 2016. Fortunately, a bit of a break will allow us to get down to This Week in Geekdom!
Happy 20th birthday to Duke Nukem 3D!
Squad claims to not only be the most realistic team-based online shooter, but also eliminates all of the headaches that have plagued just about every other constituent of the genre.
More disappointment for everyone who backed and/or is eagerly anticipating the release of the distinctly Megaman-ish platformer Mighty No. 9, it's now slated to come out in the spring of this year, assuming no additional delays.
After bringing a slew of comics-based series to the small screen, the CW network is now turning to Archie as a potential source of future programming.
This is the story of how a cousin of the zebra went extinct a century ago and how South African geneticists have been able to bring the species back to life.
The latest edition of Science includes this research from Northwestern University that has resulted in an entirely new type of polymer.
There is an epic throwdown taking place at the cutting edge of physics-related research. The grand prize: a billion dollar particle accelerator.
It's been inherent to a lot of our collective internet-browsing experience for years now, but Oracle is finally killing off its Java Plugin.
Turns out that 2016 will mark the 25th anniversary for many of our favorite geeky things, like these, for example.
If the minds behind this Kickstarter have their way, you may end up with a levitating bonsai to spruce up your decor.
As always, best wishes for an excellent week ahead!