Monthly Archives: April 2012

Artist Profile: Roland Brown on “The Guard”

Name: Roland Brown Occupation: Industrial Designer Skill/Contribution: Artist Location: New York, NY, USA Website: Roland Brown is an industrial designer and illustrator based in New York City. He has been working in the design field for 20 years, and also works part time as a pole dancing instructor. Roland has been drawing underground comics […]

Character Bio: Margaret Sterling

Name: Margaret Jessica Sterling (“Maga”) Ht: 5’6” Wt: 120 lbs Eyes: Brown Hair: Brown Age: 37 Build: Athletic model Ethnicity: Caucasian Marital Status: Married Margaret Jessica Sterling (nee’ Carter), was born and raised in Carpinteria, CA, a small beach town just south of Santa Barbara. She spent her youth at the beach and working in […]

Music Monday: How Can I Apply?

The Trashcan Sinatras are a magnificent band from Scotland that started in the 90’s. I first heard them back in college and have been following them ever since. Here’s a live performance of one of their lesser known songs, “How Can I Apply.” If you like it, find them on iTunes and buy some of […]

Don’t Degrade Classic Material, Expand It

I went to see “Wrath of the Titans” with a buddy of mine the other week. To be frank, it was a pathetic movie. Poorly written, poorly conceived, and poorly directed. To make it worse, it absolutely butchered Greek Mythology, hence this post. We are surrounded by superior stories composed of powerful archetypes that have […]

Character Bio: Major Michael Sterling

Name: Major Michael Thomas Sterling (“Mikey”). HT: 6’2” WT: 215 lbs Eyes: Green Hair: Dark Brown Age: 38 Build: Athletic Ethnicity: Caucasian Former Rank: Major (Army) Marital Status: Married Michael T. Sterling was born in Annapolis, MD. His father was a Naval Officer serving as an instructor for engineering systems at the Naval Academy. Being […]

Ender’s Game and the Modern Battle Space

Many of you probably don’t know this, but the modern US Military is in a continuous battle between the forces of the “Attritionists” and the “Maneuverists” and the heart of that battle is the very well known SF book “Ender’s Game,” by Orson Scott Card. Ender’s Game, a novel centered around training the perfect general, […]

Forget the Ultrabook — Stick With Your Phone

Apple unveiled the MacBook Air back in January of 2008. It only took PC makers 4 years to catch up. Unfortunately, the entire concept is already obsolete. The Laptop is soon to go the way of the desktop, regardless of who makes it. And the new iteration of the computer is one you most likely […]