Back in December, my PC started failing on me. This was both a curse and a blessing – a curse in that I couldn’t really play any PC games (including EVE) for a good month
Way back in March, around the time that I was still plugging at this blog daily, my old friend Rixx Javix approached me with a proposition to join him on a potentially awesome journey –
Recently I came across a nifty little website called HowLongToBeat.com. With it, you can import your Steam account library and get estimates as to how long it would beat everything in it, both individually and
Now that I’ve got my PC back in action, I’m looking forward to getting back into the swing of things with RvB. However, I figured that now would be a pretty good time to check
Back in May of 2015, I welcomed my third (and final) child, a little daughter, into the world. While this was a beautiful thing, it did have one significant downside – I lost my office.
With a year under my belt on this blog – a year that, if I’m honest, didn’t go exactly as I expected it to – I’ve decided to do a bit of a wrap up.
Dantumi Space was empty and there looked to be no way to accomplish Dokur Karl’s mission: kill his 2000th ship as a pirate capsuleer. For hours, Dokur trawled the series of systems bordering Caldari high
Alternate title: Reports of RvB’s Demise Have Been Greatly Exaggerated I’ve been doing a lot of navel gazing the last week or so, spurred on by a sincere regret for having missed EVE Vegas this
I started playing EVE Online about 8 years ago, shortly before the birth of my first son. It took awhile to get its hooks in me, but eventually it did, and there was a glorious
I’m a bit of a dilettante, in the modern sense of the word. This realization sunk in earlier today when I saw Wilhelm Arcturus post this great line while reflecting on his time so far