entertainment


Goodbye Android Market, Hello Google Play! 2

Google hasn’t just rebranded the Android Market now as Google Play, it has upped its game on the media consumption field. Much like what Apple has done with the iStore or what the relationship is for Kindle and Amazon, Google Play serves as the central source source for applications, music, […]


Tum.bz : A good start to media exploration

I was first told about the Tum.bz beta from Kevin Mullett who started talking about new beta opportunities on his blog. I applied to the private beta, and a few days later I received my invite. Tumbz is about media exploration. To compare it to a social network, it would […]


GetGlue : Incentivizing Timely Media Consumption 1

One of my goals for this year is to extend my participation social channels from what I was doing in 2011. One tool/site that I started looking at in 2011 was GetGlue. Here’s what GetGlue has to say about what it does: GetGlue is a social network for entertainment. Users […]


Prince of Persia: Sands of Time to drop off of Netflix Instant Watch

OK, so this isn’t the greatest movie ever, and it sat in my Netflix queue for a while before I watched it. But, I would have to admit that Prince of Persia: Sands of Time provided for some decent entertainment and was better than other random things I have watched on […]


Minecraft: The Kids dig it!

Minecraft was introduced to me a year or so ago by some gaming acquaintances. We played together on a 1.3 Multiplayer server and had a lot of fun. Let me step back a second… According to Minecraft.com: “Minecraft is a game about placing blocks to build anything you can imagine. […]