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It’s In The Hole

June 28, 2009 Here’s how things go when I play my most addictive game so far in 2009, “Tiger Woods PGA Tour ’10.” My ball is teed up. more »»

Apple Extravaganza

June 15, 2009 Apple recently held its annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) at the Moscone West center in San Francisco. This was one of the biggest Apple events so far this year. more »»

The Violent Archeologist

June 15, 2009 I don’t understand why it’s so hard to make a great Indiana Jones game. more »»

Free Mac Essentials

June 1, 2009 When you buy a new Mac, it comes pre-loaded with plenty of great software. This includes OS X 10.5 Leopard operating system and Apple’s iLife ’09 digital suite. more »»

Judgment Day

June 1, 2009 Our pending apocalypse is all the rage. The question is: Which is your own personal favorite apocalypse? Because every groupthink favors its own final countdown. more »»

Running Leopard

May 18, 2009 If you have a new Mac, or you are the type that keeps their Mac OS up to date, then you have OS X 10.5, also called Leopard. more »»

‘X-Men’ Scissorhands

May 18, 2009 Bob Mondello, the film critic for National Public Radio, put his finger on the problem of comic book villains in his negative review of “X-Men Origins: Wolverine. more »»

Running Smoothly

May 4, 2009 There is no such thing as an error-free computer. While the Mac OS, which is based on BSD Linux, is quite robust, even it can have problems from time to time. more »»

‘You Rock!’

May 4, 2009 Some years back, I became a rock critic, in addition working as a video game critic. (It’s a hard-knock life. more »»

The New Mac Mini

April 20, 2009 The beginning of March brought new Macintosh computers. On March 3, Apple updated its entire desktop line, which includes the Mac Pro, iMac, and Mac mini. more »»

Chad Said, Sam Said

April 20, 2009 Many of us critics are disappointed in the rotten lineup of Wii titles. The Wii machine itself is revolutionary as an interactive toy. more »»

Mainstream Blogging

April 6, 2009 The Internet has changed the way we use our computers. The Internet is where we learn, shop, get our news, and entertainment. more »»

This Week At The Movie Games

April 6, 2009 You can’t find two games more psychologically different than a shooting game, where you blast holes into cops’ faces, and a kiddie game, where a main purpose is to endearingly smash crate. more »»

New Spring Lineup

March 9, 2009 Just in time for spring, Apple has updated its entire desktop line of Macintosh computers. On March 3, Apple announced a new updated Mac mini, iMac, and Mac Pro towe. more »»

‘The Show’ Must Go On

March 9, 2009 Not all baseball games are created equal. more »»

Play Smart

February 22, 2009 I think we’ve all heard the cliche, ‘There is no such thing as a free lunch. more »»

Department Of ‘Boo!’

February 22, 2009 Alma appears in front of you as a ghost. She is girlish, as thin as an unfed fence post, translucent-white. Most of the time, Alma just stands there, or shakes your shoulders. more »»

Head Of The Class

February 11, 2009 Several students graduated from Lock Haven University after the fall semester: Travis Nosko of Grand Valley earned a degree in health sciences; Emily Honhart of Pittsfiel... more »»

The High Cost Of Higher Education

February 11, 2009 Higher education in Pennsylvania carries a higher price tag than in most other states, a problem which has one advocate group pushing for change. more »»

The End Is Near

February 9, 2009 It was just over three years ago that Apple introduced the first Macintosh using an Intel processor. Up until that day, Apple had always used Motorola, or IBM/Motorola, chips in the Mac. more »»



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