Better Know a Gamer: #35: NuAngel

Several years ago on this website I ran a segment called “Better Know a Gamer.” I also had a series called “Star Light.” These were spotlight articles, interviews with regular gamers throughout the Xbox Live community in particular. The Star Light articles were used to interview people who held more of a “celebrity status” within gaming circles, but eventually I just lumped everyone under the “Better Know a Gamer” banner. I stopped after 34 “issues” if BKAG, and it has literally been over 6 years since the 34th installment, where I interviewed Dan Amrich.

I always told myself that, some day, I should answer my own questions. Continue reading “Better Know a Gamer: #35: NuAngel”

Microsoft keeps letting me down, why I do I keep coming back?

We’re tired of your undelivered promises, Microsoft.

I don’t care if PC sales are still declining, or who outsold whom, or how poor your messaging can be from time to time. What I’m absolutely tired of is feeling like I’m being lied to. Continue reading “Microsoft keeps letting me down, why I do I keep coming back?”

Why is my internet so slow today?

From day to day, reasons can vary. But if it’s July 12th, 2017 – there might be a very reasonable explanation. It’s a day of action as many companies take a stand for Title II Net Neutrality and protection of the Internet as we know it. Check out this 30 second video below for more information!


Battle For The Net Video Bumper from FFTF on Vimeo.

The “X As A Service” Business Model has Become Over Saturated

Amazon Prime. Netflix. Hulu. Xbox Live Gold. Xbox Game Pass. Pandora. Texture. Spotify Premium. Groove Music Pass. YouTube Red. Office 365. Loot Crate. PlayStation Plus. Audible. Sling. Patreon subscriptions. Apple Music. NFL Game Pass. MLB TV. NHL Center Ice.

If you’re like me, you subscribe to more than a handful of these services. Each one takes a small slice out of your pocket book, every month. Should you ever stop paying for that service, it all vanishes. At what point do we collectively decide we’ve had enough, and go back to paying for something once and only once? Continue reading “The “X As A Service” Business Model has Become Over Saturated”