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Mario Turns Thirty!

Mario Turns Thirty!

Since our plump plumber’s first appearance in Donkey Kong, it’s already been thirty years since Shigeru Miyamoto created Mario, which is considered the icon for gaming in general. And it’s also been thirty years since Mario’s been trying to save Princess Peach … over and over again. And Mario’s brother Luigi doesn’t actually turn 30 […]

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Flying Car Available Soon – No Pilot License Necessary – George Jetson Would Be Envious

Flying Car Available Soon – No Pilot License Necessary – George Jetson Would Be Envious

200 MPH cruising speed – Computer controlled – anyone can fly this ! TF-X™ is the practical realization of the dream of countless visions of the future; it is designed to be the flying car for all of us. It seems like something out of a 1960s Jetsons cartoon. Yet it can be operated with […]

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Twenty Minutes Into The Future – The Original Max Headroom

Twenty Minutes Into The Future – The Original Max Headroom

Crank up the DeLorean time machine. Imagine it’s 1984 and the biggest pop culture icon ever to hit the air waves was an invasion from the UK. MAX HEADROOM was just a warning sign before Edison Carter (ace television news reporter) cracked his skull on one of those signs. And being the last thing he […]

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Randall Munroe – What would happen if you threw a baseball at 90% of the Speed of Light?

Randall Munroe – What would happen if you threw a baseball at 90% of the Speed of Light?

“What if” questions can be fun even if they are only mental exercises. However, Randall Monroe takes things way into the scientific realities of possibility. What would happen if you threw a baseball at 90% of the Speed of Light? How big would Google be if it held everything on punch cards? Some questions can […]

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Rush – YYZ Studio Performance – Electron Magazine Music Video of the Week

Rush – YYZ Studio Performance – Electron Magazine Music Video of the Week

Click the album cover for more info on the album Moving Pictures —> YYZ is the amazing instrumental work from the Rush album “Moving Pictures”. There is a reason this album was the band’s biggest selling album. It was released in 1981 and reached #3 on the US Billboard album charts that year. It is […]

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The Electron Show completes Radio Series One

The Electron Show completes Radio Series One

Radio Series One of The Electron Show is now complete and has proven to be a success. A series runs once a week for six episodes. Each episode premieres at 6pm EST each Monday as the first episode in a series begins. A seventh episode will be a retrospective compilation of the most memorable moments […]

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Gaming / Video Games

Another Five Night’s at Freddy’s Game?

Another Five Night’s at Freddy’s Game?

It’s already been a month since the fourth installment of Five Night’s at Freddy’s was released, to everyone’s surprise. Many, including me, assumed that this game would be the last of the FNAF series, but that was until I ran across this little piece of text in the summary of Five Night’s at Freddy’s in […]

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Mario Turns Thirty!

Mario Turns Thirty!

Since our plump plumber’s first appearance in Donkey Kong, it’s already been thirty years since Shigeru Miyamoto created Mario, which is considered the icon for gaming in general. And it’s also been thirty years since Mario’s been trying to save Princess Peach … over and over again. And Mario’s brother Luigi doesn’t actually turn 30 […]

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Assassin’s Creed Syndicate US Debut Trailer

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate US Debut Trailer

The hype is real

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Five Nights at Freddy’s 4?

Five Nights at Freddy’s 4?

Following the mysterious “Missing Freddy Hat” and “Final Chapter Freddy” image, it has been released that Scott Cawthon, creator of the Five Nights at Freddy’s games, will release a fourth installment to the series on Halloween day. Many more questions have been opened with this, though. For example: When in the timeline will this game […]

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Attack on Titan Game Incoming for the 3DS

Attack on Titan Game Incoming for the 3DS

Official from Nintendo, the English version of Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains will be released May 2015 on the 3DS system (the original Japanese version was released in Japan in December last year). The waiting time for Otakus, myself included, for this Attack on Titan game will finally be over. Attack on Titan: Humanity […]

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Skyward Sword – A Game that Keeps Getting Weirder

Skyward Sword – A Game that Keeps Getting Weirder

Now, I love Skyward Sword and I never wanted it to end, but some things in this E for Everyone Zelda game just made me shiver and mutter “Wha-?” For example, that side quest with Cawlin, the overly short and plump blue-haired guy, when you have to deliver a love letter from him a Karane, […]

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Audio / Video / Music / Movies

Attack on Titan Game Incoming for the 3DS

Attack on Titan Game Incoming for the 3DS

Official from Nintendo, the English version of Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains will be released May 2015 on the 3DS system (the original Japanese version was released in Japan in December last year). The waiting time for Otakus, myself included, for this Attack on Titan game will finally be over. Attack on Titan: Humanity […]

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Soul Eater

Soul Eater

Soul Eater is an amazing anime placed in a school known as Death Weapon Meister Academy (DWMA) which fends off evils known as Kishin. Following the main characters, Maka, Soul, Death the Kid, BlackStar, and the other characters must defend the world from this Kishin before it takes over the world with its Madness. This […]

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New Series of Steins;Gate Incoming?

New Series of Steins;Gate Incoming?

Early in March of this year, a forty second teaser trailer was released for the upcoming new Steins;Gate visual novel called Steins;Gate Zero. And don’t worry – an anime series is also being released and is an adaptation of the visual novel in the same name. Although the release date is still unknown, many interesting […]

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Musique Non-Stop (Original) – Kraftwerk – Electron Magazine Music Video of the Week

Musique Non-Stop (Original) – Kraftwerk – Electron Magazine Music Video of the Week

CLICK on album cover for more —> Kraftwerk again proves they were ahead of their time. The music video was created with middle 1980s state-of-the-art computer animation graphics. These techniques used are the foundation of the amazing computer animation we know today. The album was recorded in Dusseldorf with the Emu Emulator II digital audio […]

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Twenty Minutes Into The Future – The Original Max Headroom

Twenty Minutes Into The Future – The Original Max Headroom

Crank up the DeLorean time machine. Imagine it’s 1984 and the biggest pop culture icon ever to hit the air waves was an invasion from the UK. MAX HEADROOM was just a warning sign before Edison Carter (ace television news reporter) cracked his skull on one of those signs. And being the last thing he […]

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Rush – YYZ Studio Performance – Electron Magazine Music Video of the Week

Rush – YYZ Studio Performance – Electron Magazine Music Video of the Week

Click the album cover for more info on the album Moving Pictures —> YYZ is the amazing instrumental work from the Rush album “Moving Pictures”. There is a reason this album was the band’s biggest selling album. It was released in 1981 and reached #3 on the US Billboard album charts that year. It is […]

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Flying Car Available Soon – No Pilot License Necessary – George Jetson Would Be Envious

Flying Car Available Soon – No Pilot License Necessary – George Jetson Would Be Envious

200 MPH cruising speed – Computer controlled – anyone can fly this ! TF-X™ is the practical realization of the dream of countless visions of the future; it is designed to be the flying car for all of us. It seems like something out of a 1960s Jetsons cartoon. Yet it can be operated with […]

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Creating Drinking Water out of Air – Smart Technology put to good use – Electron Magazine

Creating Drinking Water out of Air – Smart Technology put to good use – Electron Magazine

Can we create drinking water from air? The answer is YES ! It’s not magic. It’s engineering. Imagine living in a place that is a desert with no water. However, there is 98% humidity in the air. The solution is to get the water out of the air. There is an extreme lack of drinking […]

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SpaceX Video of the new Falcon 9 Reusable F9R launch and landing

SpaceX Video of the new Falcon 9 Reusable F9R launch and landing

This astonishing video is of the Falcon 9 Reusable (F9R) taking its first test flight at their rocket development facility. F9R lifts off from a launch mount to a height of approximately 250m, hovers and then returns for landing just next to the launch stand. Early flights of F9R will take off with legs fixed […]

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AVG Free Speeds Up PC Boot Time

AVG Free Speeds Up PC Boot Time

I recently booted my computer to see that somehow AVG sped up my initial boot time from BIOS to Windows 7, claiming a 177% increase in boot speed since the last time I turned my PC on. Now, this may not be incredibly accurate, as many are saying on forums, but I do see a […]

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What The Future Sounded Like – The Documentary of the roots of early Electronic Music

What The Future Sounded Like – The Documentary of the roots of early Electronic Music

A documentary about a particular time in the creation of electronic music and electronic musical instruments following WWII … Using surplus electronic junk that flooded in after the end of World War Two, a new music studio was created to make a new form of music completely electronically.

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Are Older Games Better Than Newer Games?

Are Older Games Better Than Newer Games?

We all have our beginnings. And video games, too, had their early days when there was only Pong and a couple of other obscure titles with their game consoles. Some of the older consoles that I can remember is the ancient Odyssey and the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). But we’re not talking about that. So […]

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Black Cat

Black Cat

Black Cat, the manga series done by Shonen Jump years ago (and which was turned to anime series as well), struck me as something like a mash between Cowboy Bebop and some kind of chi-power anime, but it’s entirely original. And I loved every issue of it till the end! The main character, Train, and […]

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Meetup.com down for days after being hit with criminal extortion threat and DDoS Denial-Of-Service Attack

Meetup.com down for days after being hit with criminal extortion threat and DDoS Denial-Of-Service Attack

Imagine if you were the CEO of a social network and received an email claiming that a competitor had hired a cyber terrorist to stage a DDoS attack (denial of service). But – the attacker offered to not start the attack for $300 USD. This is exactly what happened to Meetup.com, which is a web-based […]

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Graceling

Graceling

Kristin Cashore’s, Graceling is really an amazing book. It is filled with hand to hand action and amazing characters that anyone can familiarize and identify with. It is placed in a land no one can remember, in seven kingdoms, where they are ones who are gifted to do extraordinary things with regular skills called Graces. […]

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AQ Worlds Tricks: Easy Gold

AQ Worlds Tricks: Easy Gold

In Adventure Quest Worlds, getting enough gold has always been a problem for everyone playing. Until, that is, I discovered a quest known as the Fire Gem. This daily quest can be found either in the ye old inn (in Battleon) or in Swordhaven (in the Lore 13 lords of chaos known as the Swordhaven […]

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Struck

Struck

The book, Struck, by Jennifer Bosworth is an awesome book with awesome characters, storyline, and it makes electric storms feel more special while still being dangerous. This book is amazing. The main character, Mia Price and her brother, Parker, must struggle to support their lives and their mother’s medications (since she was trapped in a […]

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Dragons of Atlantis

Dragons of Atlantis

There is no story, yet there is, for you can create your own in the city you build. You may choose your own avatar from four different tribes: Primus, Solerian, Amazon, or Zolmec. From that, you may choose what tribe character you want to be. Then, after you name your character, it is off to […]

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The Electron Show completes Radio Series One

The Electron Show completes Radio Series One

Radio Series One of The Electron Show is now complete and has proven to be a success. A series runs once a week for six episodes. Each episode premieres at 6pm EST each Monday as the first episode in a series begins. A seventh episode will be a retrospective compilation of the most memorable moments […]

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The Electron Show S1E06 – Science Fiction author Dan Haight – Show Announcer Mystery Revealed – Dueling Arnolds

The Electron Show S1E06 – Science Fiction author Dan Haight – Show Announcer Mystery Revealed – Dueling Arnolds

CLICK on the book COVER IMAGE for book details –> We have a humorous exchange with Science Fiction author Dan Haight. His latest book of the dystopia genre, Iron Mountain is the second addition to his SciFi dystopian book series which began with the book Flotilla. Retro is especially enjoying Dan’s books because they are […]

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The Electron Show S1E05 – MTAC Anime Convention – Electron Magazine – Anime Voice Actors – Cosplay – Series One Episode Five

The Electron Show S1E05 – MTAC Anime Convention – Electron Magazine – Anime Voice Actors – Cosplay – Series One Episode Five

The Electron Show from Electron Magazine – S1E05 Radio Series One Episode Five On this episode of The Electron Show we visit MTAC 2014 Anime Convention. MTAC is the Middle Tennessee Anime Convention. Going on now for fifteen years. On the show we hear all about the fun of MTAC including some revealing words from […]

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The Electron Show S1E4 – Ubisoft / Watch Dogs – Adventure Quest Worlds – Amazon Dash – Radio Series One Episode Four

The Electron Show S1E4 – Ubisoft / Watch Dogs – Adventure Quest Worlds – Amazon Dash – Radio Series One Episode Four

The Electron Show Radio – Radio Series One Episode Four – S1E04 Another adventure in living better and having fun. Gaming, technology, computer games, comedy and eating well. Talk radio has never been like this! Ubisoft and a preview of the new video game release of Watch Dogs is featured discussion in the Area 52 […]

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The Electron Show S1E3 Radio Series One Episode Three

The Electron Show S1E3 Radio Series One Episode Three

The Electron Show Radio Series One Episode Three The program for the positively charged culture. Video games, music, technology and things that make a more fun life in this modern 21st century. There is quite a load of comedy, antics and good information in this episode of The Electron Show. The guys poke fun at […]

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The Electron Show – Radio Series One Episode Two – Grand Theft Auto Special – S1E2

The Electron Show – Radio Series One Episode Two – Grand Theft Auto Special – S1E2

The Electron Show – Radio Series One Episode Two – S1E2 The Grand Theft Auto Special – Radio series one – episode two – New episodes of The Electron Show premier on Mondays at 6pm EST Grand Theft Auto Special Program Join your host Retro along with Meletius and Darkeone for The Electron Show – […]

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Another Five Night’s at Freddy’s Game?

Another Five Night’s at Freddy’s Game?

| September 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

It’s already been a month since the fourth installment of Five Night’s at Freddy’s was released, to everyone’s surprise. Many, including me, assumed that this game would be the last of the FNAF series, but that was until I ran across this little piece of text in the summary of Five Night’s at Freddy’s in […]

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Mario Turns Thirty!

Mario Turns Thirty!

| September 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

Since our plump plumber’s first appearance in Donkey Kong, it’s already been thirty years since Shigeru Miyamoto created Mario, which is considered the icon for gaming in general. And it’s also been thirty years since Mario’s been trying to save Princess Peach … over and over again. And Mario’s brother Luigi doesn’t actually turn 30 […]

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Assassin’s Creed Syndicate US Debut Trailer

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate US Debut Trailer

| May 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

The hype is real

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Five Nights at Freddy’s 4?

Five Nights at Freddy’s 4?

| May 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

Following the mysterious “Missing Freddy Hat” and “Final Chapter Freddy” image, it has been released that Scott Cawthon, creator of the Five Nights at Freddy’s games, will release a fourth installment to the series on Halloween day. Many more questions have been opened with this, though. For example: When in the timeline will this game […]

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Attack on Titan Game Incoming for the 3DS

Attack on Titan Game Incoming for the 3DS

| May 11, 2015 | 0 Comments

Official from Nintendo, the English version of Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains will be released May 2015 on the 3DS system (the original Japanese version was released in Japan in December last year). The waiting time for Otakus, myself included, for this Attack on Titan game will finally be over. Attack on Titan: Humanity […]

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Soul Eater

Soul Eater

| April 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

Soul Eater is an amazing anime placed in a school known as Death Weapon Meister Academy (DWMA) which fends off evils known as Kishin. Following the main characters, Maka, Soul, Death the Kid, BlackStar, and the other characters must defend the world from this Kishin before it takes over the world with its Madness. This […]

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New Series of Steins;Gate Incoming?

New Series of Steins;Gate Incoming?

| April 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

Early in March of this year, a forty second teaser trailer was released for the upcoming new Steins;Gate visual novel called Steins;Gate Zero. And don’t worry – an anime series is also being released and is an adaptation of the visual novel in the same name. Although the release date is still unknown, many interesting […]

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Flying Car Available Soon – No Pilot License Necessary – George Jetson Would Be Envious

Flying Car Available Soon – No Pilot License Necessary – George Jetson Would Be Envious

| July 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

200 MPH cruising speed – Computer controlled – anyone can fly this ! TF-X™ is the practical realization of the dream of countless visions of the future; it is designed to be the flying car for all of us. It seems like something out of a 1960s Jetsons cartoon. Yet it can be operated with […]

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Musique Non-Stop (Original) – Kraftwerk – Electron Magazine Music Video of the Week

Musique Non-Stop (Original) – Kraftwerk – Electron Magazine Music Video of the Week

| May 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

CLICK on album cover for more —> Kraftwerk again proves they were ahead of their time. The music video was created with middle 1980s state-of-the-art computer animation graphics. These techniques used are the foundation of the amazing computer animation we know today. The album was recorded in Dusseldorf with the Emu Emulator II digital audio […]

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Twenty Minutes Into The Future – The Original Max Headroom

Twenty Minutes Into The Future – The Original Max Headroom

| May 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Crank up the DeLorean time machine. Imagine it’s 1984 and the biggest pop culture icon ever to hit the air waves was an invasion from the UK. MAX HEADROOM was just a warning sign before Edison Carter (ace television news reporter) cracked his skull on one of those signs. And being the last thing he […]

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Skyward Sword – A Game that Keeps Getting Weirder

Skyward Sword – A Game that Keeps Getting Weirder

| May 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

Now, I love Skyward Sword and I never wanted it to end, but some things in this E for Everyone Zelda game just made me shiver and mutter “Wha-?” For example, that side quest with Cawlin, the overly short and plump blue-haired guy, when you have to deliver a love letter from him a Karane, […]

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Randall Munroe – What would happen if you threw a baseball at 90% of the Speed of Light?

Randall Munroe – What would happen if you threw a baseball at 90% of the Speed of Light?

| May 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

“What if” questions can be fun even if they are only mental exercises. However, Randall Monroe takes things way into the scientific realities of possibility. What would happen if you threw a baseball at 90% of the Speed of Light? How big would Google be if it held everything on punch cards? Some questions can […]

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Rush – YYZ Studio Performance – Electron Magazine Music Video of the Week

Rush – YYZ Studio Performance – Electron Magazine Music Video of the Week

| May 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Click the album cover for more info on the album Moving Pictures —> YYZ is the amazing instrumental work from the Rush album “Moving Pictures”. There is a reason this album was the band’s biggest selling album. It was released in 1981 and reached #3 on the US Billboard album charts that year. It is […]

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The Electron Show completes Radio Series One

The Electron Show completes Radio Series One

| May 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

Radio Series One of The Electron Show is now complete and has proven to be a success. A series runs once a week for six episodes. Each episode premieres at 6pm EST each Monday as the first episode in a series begins. A seventh episode will be a retrospective compilation of the most memorable moments […]

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Creating Drinking Water out of Air – Smart Technology put to good use – Electron Magazine

Creating Drinking Water out of Air – Smart Technology put to good use – Electron Magazine

| May 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

Can we create drinking water from air? The answer is YES ! It’s not magic. It’s engineering. Imagine living in a place that is a desert with no water. However, there is 98% humidity in the air. The solution is to get the water out of the air. There is an extreme lack of drinking […]

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Music Making Documentary – The Story and History of the Focusrite Studio Console founded by Rupert Neve

Music Making Documentary – The Story and History of the Focusrite Studio Console founded by Rupert Neve

| May 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

There were a precious few Focusrite consoles ever built. They were used to create music history in the finest studios in the world. Focusrite began in 1985 by Rupert Neve who designed custom microphone preamps for Sir George Martin (legendary Record Producer – The Beatles, ad infinitum) and many other leading studios and record producers. […]

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Huggin & Kissin – the SciFi Music Video from Big Black Delta – Electron Magazine Music Video Of The Week

Huggin & Kissin – the SciFi Music Video from Big Black Delta – Electron Magazine Music Video Of The Week

| May 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

CLICK the cover image for more info —> The music video for the Big Black Delta song “Huggin & Kissin”. The art and animation was created by Adam Osgood. A very fascinating and interesting texture and style. While having a modern feel it also hearkens back to a more classic Science Fiction motif. The techno/industrial […]

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The Electron Show S1E06 – Science Fiction author Dan Haight – Show Announcer Mystery Revealed – Dueling Arnolds

The Electron Show S1E06 – Science Fiction author Dan Haight – Show Announcer Mystery Revealed – Dueling Arnolds

| April 28, 2014 | 1 Comment

CLICK on the book COVER IMAGE for book details –> We have a humorous exchange with Science Fiction author Dan Haight. His latest book of the dystopia genre, Iron Mountain is the second addition to his SciFi dystopian book series which began with the book Flotilla. Retro is especially enjoying Dan’s books because they are […]

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Electron Magazine Video Of The Week – Lump – The Presidents Of The United States Of America

Electron Magazine Video Of The Week – Lump – The Presidents Of The United States Of America

| April 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

There is music that transcends time. At one time, the founding fathers of Electron Magazine were among the very first to spin their music on terrestrial Rock Radio. The Presidents Of The United States Of America draws upon a musical influence that permeates musical history from the 20th century. It could be Rockabilly from the […]

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RPG Battle systems: Old vs New

RPG Battle systems: Old vs New

| April 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Classic RPG vs New RPG style battle systems – RPG (role-playing games) are on my top 5 of types of Games I love to play. Yet over the years I have been put in a strange place with most RPG Battle systems. What IS GOING ON?!? Years ago the battle system for RPGs were simple […]

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OzoCraft – Our Minecraft Texture Pack Of Choice

OzoCraft – Our Minecraft Texture Pack Of Choice

| April 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Most of what Meletius, JohnBoy, and I build on our server are based off of classic RPG games. To complement the ambiance of SNES and PS1 style RPGs, we all decided to go with the OzoCraft texture pack, created by Robin “OZO” Fernqvist of Sweden. Originally, we used version 1.7b of the texture pack. This […]

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Call of Duty®: Advanced Warfare – Game Trailer

Call of Duty®: Advanced Warfare – Game Trailer

| April 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Call of Duty®: Advanced Warfare Reveal Trailer

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Cosplay at MTAC 2014 Anime Convention

Cosplay at MTAC 2014 Anime Convention

| April 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

Cosplay is a integral part of Anime conventions. MTAC (Middle Tennessee Anime Convention) has some of the finest examples of cosplay. MTAC 2014 was an exceptional convention in cosplay fantasy costumes. Many spend an entire year in their spare time preparing their cosplay costumes. The results are simply stunning. Some convention attendees go for costumes […]

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The Electron Show S1E05 – MTAC Anime Convention – Electron Magazine – Anime Voice Actors – Cosplay – Series One Episode Five

The Electron Show S1E05 – MTAC Anime Convention – Electron Magazine – Anime Voice Actors – Cosplay – Series One Episode Five

| April 21, 2014 | 4 Comments

The Electron Show from Electron Magazine – S1E05 Radio Series One Episode Five On this episode of The Electron Show we visit MTAC 2014 Anime Convention. MTAC is the Middle Tennessee Anime Convention. Going on now for fifteen years. On the show we hear all about the fun of MTAC including some revealing words from […]

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SpaceX Video of the new Falcon 9 Reusable F9R launch and landing

SpaceX Video of the new Falcon 9 Reusable F9R launch and landing

| April 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

This astonishing video is of the Falcon 9 Reusable (F9R) taking its first test flight at their rocket development facility. F9R lifts off from a launch mount to a height of approximately 250m, hovers and then returns for landing just next to the launch stand. Early flights of F9R will take off with legs fixed […]

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B A P Warrior – Electron Magazine Video Of The Week – BAP Korean K-pop

B A P Warrior – Electron Magazine Video Of The Week – BAP Korean K-pop

| April 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Korean K-pop by B.A.P. – Song title: Warrior This group is well produced and has its act together. B.A.P. is a more masculine version of what has mostly become an effeminate look to “boy bands”. The meaning of BAP is “Best Absolute Perfect” and their product shows that. The group relies heavily on a Hip-Hop […]

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WEEZER – The Band Makes Some History of their Own

WEEZER – The Band Makes Some History of their Own

| April 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Since 1994 Weezer has been cutting the charts and touring from city to city and country to country. But it has finally happened, the band made it to the “Mother Church”. The historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. While the band has made tour stop in Nashville before, it has never been at such an historic […]

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How “Frozen” the Movie from Disney Should Have Ended

How “Frozen” the Movie from Disney Should Have Ended

| April 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Amazingly popular movies come around ever so often. It doesn’t matter how predictable the story may be – it’s all about how a movie makes us feel. Disney has been creating great entertainment for generations. But this is a view of how the movie Frozen SHOULD have ended from the warped minds of HISHE …

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Tenchu: What Happened To You

Tenchu: What Happened To You

| April 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Tenchu Stealth Assassin came out on the PS1 (Play station 1) back in 1998. At that time there were not a lot of ninja games like this one. Tenchu introduced “stealth” in a real 3D environment and use of ninja tools and skills. The game did great for the first of its kind and the […]

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The Electron Show S1E4 – Ubisoft / Watch Dogs – Adventure Quest Worlds – Amazon Dash – Radio Series One Episode Four

The Electron Show S1E4 – Ubisoft / Watch Dogs – Adventure Quest Worlds – Amazon Dash – Radio Series One Episode Four

| April 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Electron Show Radio – Radio Series One Episode Four – S1E04 Another adventure in living better and having fun. Gaming, technology, computer games, comedy and eating well. Talk radio has never been like this! Ubisoft and a preview of the new video game release of Watch Dogs is featured discussion in the Area 52 […]

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