I miss the naïve utopianism that surrounded computers back in the ’80s and ’90s.
If we consider our webpages important, then we ought to take the necessary steps to ensure their perpetuity.
To be a nerd is to be passionate, for better or worse. And these days, the worse seems to be winning.
The Commodore 64 is a time machine hearkening back to a simpler age.
The manga that inspired one of my favorite Studio Ghibli movies is getting a sequel.
The “father of Christian goth” leaves behind a unique legacy in Christian music.
When your dice look this good, you’re bound to roll more natural 20s.
Ichikawa Raizō stars as a cynical samurai in this film series that straddles the line between arthouse and exploitation filmmaking.
My friend’s latest EP is a good one for fans of soulful, country-tinged singer/songwriter music.
The series’ gratuitous sex and nudity reveals a certain lack of faith and imagination.
This wonderfully produced podcast offers thoughtful, moving meditations on the Advent story.
If video games are ever to be considered “art,” then gamers need to let them take some hard knocks.
A new single from one of the best synthpop/darkwave bands around.
This 1978 album takes John Williams’ iconic score in some truly bizarre directions.
Is an ’80s synthwave remix of The Mandalorian theme really necessary? Do you even need to ask?
I listened to a lot of music this year; these 25 songs were the ones that stuck with me throughout the last 12 months.
Twisty dream-hacking, a haunting fairy tale, a legendary action thriller (and car chase), a classic kids adventure, and more.