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Puzzle Quest Solutions and Lyle Maps

Cleaning up a few things, I was taking a look at what links bring people to Cinder Inc. from time to time. Two of the biggest are people looking for solutions to capturing Puzzle Quest monsters. The other is a map for Lyle In Cube Sector, a great platform game. So without further delay. Puzzle […]

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Active RBI Baseball and Tecmo Bowl Players

mbotrell.com has done a great job of seeing who on the rosters of RBI Baseball, Tecmo Bowl and Tecmo Super Bowl are still active and playing professionally. It’s still amazing to see Rodger Clemens still pitching. And for those of you who havn’t seen it yet: I present the 10th inning of the 1986 World […]

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102 Movies to Literacy

Found this list by Jim Emerson on the top 102 movies he thinks one should watch to have at least a good starting point to movie literacy. Found it through Kottke, and though I’d try my hand at how many I’d seen as well. List is after the jump.

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Blockbuster – The Zombie

Saw this over on Slate.com. Edward Jay Epstein, who writes about movies and the associated industry for Slate, writes of Blockbuster’s zombie like status at the moment. I can’t say I’m not surprised. With their brick and mortar stores requiring upkeep, and the fact that DVD’s are so cheap and easy to just buy, or […]

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Netflix

Netfilx, one of the few .com companies to survive the blow out and keep going strong. Being as nerdy as I tend to be at times, I’m suprised that I didn’t get into the service until just a few months ago. I thought it might be a hard sell to Jess, but I think her […]

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Busy – But links to make up for it!

So I havn’t been trying to negelect the site. Though life has been a busy mess it seems. Good things: Red Sox’s are in the ALCS, but are down 0-2 as of today (Thursday). – William Gibson is back and blogging. For those who don’t know who he is, I posted about him a couple […]

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Robot’s in disguise

Wow. This is amazing. Ever want the complete history of the Transformers universe? Here you go! And not a general simplification, it’s long, very long. You’re going to need your scrolly wheel for this one for sure.

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The Village

I went and saw The Village this last weekend. Having read about it before hand, I kind of knew what to expect, and I was sad that I had read a few spoilers for the movie. M. Night Shyamalan’s movies are best seen the first time with little pre-knowledge going into them. Then they reward […]

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The Philadelphia Story

I watched The Philadelphia Story last night with my wife. Since the movie makes my wife’s “top 5 movies of all time” list, it was a must watch movie. I’ve always wanted to see the movie anyways with it being on the AFI’s top 100 list, and I am slowly progressing through that list of […]

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Star driven animation vs. character driven animation

I was reading an article on “The Terminal” where it was speaking about how Spielberg and Hanks both work well together, and it mentioned Dreamworks SKG, where Spielberg was the “S” in SKG. I couldn’t remember who the K or the G were (Jeff Katzenberg and David Geffen for those who care), so in finding […]

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