Fate/Zero completes the family “celebration”

June 17th, 2012

With this week’s episode, Fate/Zero completes the homage to family holidays (in a very twisted way).

Children’s Day
– Kiritsugu as a son

Mother’s Day
– Kiritugu’s mother figure fate

Father’s Day
– Kiritsugu as a father

Don’t work. Be hated. Love someone

April 15th, 2012

An interesting read on living outside the box.


Galaxy S2 on Mirai Nikki

February 27th, 2012

Enough said :D

Megaupload closed by feds

January 20th, 2012

File sharing site Megaupload was shut down, founder charged of alleged piracy and its employees face prosecution.

If there are mules smuggling drugs across countries, should they shut down airlines, jail the owners and sue the pilots? o_O

With SOPA and PIPA consistently losing support, I guess they’re back to their games of intimidation.

Left 4 Dead 2 + Gintama OST = :D

October 16th, 2011

L4D2. Devilishly fun

September 30th, 2011

Two less tricks on Left 4 Dead 2

September 9th, 2011

Tweeter whale

August 22nd, 2011

Don’t usually use twitter outside the smartphone, and this is what I run into when I try to browse it.

The Turret Opera

May 27th, 2011

Portal! :.D

Samsung sells HDD division to Seagate for $1.375 billion

April 20th, 2011

Eat it, WD/Hitachi.

Good is about to become better

We’re firmly of the belief that SSDs are our future and Samsung would seem to agree. The Korean electronics giant has just announced that it’s selling its hard disk drive-manufacturing arm to Seagate Technology for a neat $1.375 billion in equal measures of cash and stocks.

As a result, Samsung Electronics will own approximately 9.6 percent of Seagate and get to nominate one new member to join Seagate’s Board of Directors, while the two companies have further agreed to deepen their strategic relationship with related cross-licensing and supply stipulations. Samsung will provision Seagate’s solid state drives with NAND flash memory, whereas Seagate will furnish Samsung’s PCs and consumer electronics products with hard disk storage.

Source : Engadget