Post-Brexit Britain Doesn’t Exist

‘Brexit’ is a concept. As concepts go, it’s possibly one of the least agreed upon ones in history. It’s also a fairly unique one in how it insights extremes in us: hope or despair, joy or anger, division or unity….

Posted: November 7th, 2019
Categories: life, politics

Metro Exodus Review

The third survival shooter game in the Metro series, Metro Exodus shakes up the formula a bit and takes you out of the Metro tunnels of Moscow into some more open and varied environments. Long term fans of the series…

Posted: March 3rd, 2019
Categories: video games, reviews

Honor Play Review

Despite being a bit of a smartphone nerd and regularly researching the latest releases, the last time I changed my phone was 2-and-a-half years ago when I purchased the OnePlus 3. I’ve always preferred stock (or at least near stock)…

Posted: October 7th, 2018
Categories: mobile, reviews, tech, life

Returning to Dreadnought: a Re-review

Dreadnought is a free-to-play flight combat game where, instead of piloting nimble fighter planes, you’re put in the captain’s seat of enormous space ships, letting you live out your fantasies of being at the helm of the Starship Enterprise or…

Posted: May 27th, 2018
Categories: video games, reviews

Let’s Talk Accessibility

Accessibility has become a bit more of a buzzword lately, and that’s a good thing; this renewed focus on ensuring digital products and services are accessible benefits everyone. Thankfully designing and coding an accessible digital application is easy, as long…

Posted: March 30th, 2018
Categories: web, design, code, tech

Horizon Zero Dawn Review

From developer Guerilla Games, best known for the linear sci-fi shooter series Killzone, comes the beautiful and polished open world of Horizon Zero Dawn. It’s a refreshing change of pace these days to see a game development company step out…

Posted: March 25th, 2017
Categories: video games, reviews