“Every villain is a hero in his own mind.” - Tom Hiddleston
With the recent Nerd Knights event, I can’t help but think of my favorite villains. So I thought it was as good a time as ever to talk about how villains are sometimes better than we give them credit for.
Dragons are back and better than ever in pop culture. From Smaug in The Hobbit to Drogon on the Game of Thrones, giant flying reptiles are populating our screens. And why shouldn't they? Who doesn't love a fire breathing monster, friend or foe, attacking from the sky?
I listen to podcasts. Sometimes in my car, sometimes in my office, and sometimes at the gym. What else would a true nerd be doing? Listening to popular music or something? When I am not listening to theBotCast, here are some of my recommendations!
The SNES Classic Edition was recently announced, and it looks amazing. It comes pre-loaded with 21 of the best SNES games ever. However, there are definitely some glaring omissions from this list. Here are the ones I noticed.
There was a glorious time from the late-70's until the early 2000's when, it seems, many developers didn't give a shit about what they stuck on the front of a video game. This was box art. I use the word "art" in the strictest and broadest sense of the word. See, many...
In science, there aren't really facts... per se. What we scientists do is make an observation, develop a test of the observation, and either reject or accept our original idea of that observation. Well, that's the simplified version. But in the world of reality we cal...