I didn’t enjoy this book as much as the previous two. A big part of the sense of wonder and discovery from those book is lost as the characters deal with all the problems that have popped up. There’s some weird character stuff going on in this one and ultimately I didn’t really enjoy the heroes as much as I did in the previous books… except for Lift. She is always awesome.
(3 of 5 stars) It’s an open-world, non-canon, slash-and-stab, role-playing game with a weak story and repetitive action. I enjoyed the first game even though it has some of the same weaknesses, but that game had the self-respect to wrap up quickly before I got sick of it.
(4 of 5 stars) A really fascinating — if a bit cynical — review of American history mapped along hoaxes, scams, (false) conspiracy theories, religion, cults, post-modernism, and other false beliefs in an attempt to describe and explain our current cultural and political state.
STANFORD, CA — Researchers have published findings today from thousands of minutes of study data on the behavior of new parents. The results show that the majority of new parent activities are, not surprisingly, directly on the care and nurturing of their child. But additional insights reveal the foundations of what could lead to time travel.
Last winter was a pretty rainy one here in the Bay Area. I can’t remember what happened exactly, but I found myself in the city without my umbrella. This is unusual because I carry an umbrella in my computer bag. Perhaps I left it out because it was wet. Anyway, Read more…