From Vice: Artist Robert Sikoryak is obsessed with transforming works everyone "should" read—from 'Anna Karenina' to 'War and Peace'—into digestible graphic novels. Now he's turned his attention to iTunes's terms and conditions contract, giving it a voice through
When I was in the first grade, I read both Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone and The Chamber Of Secrets. By the time I reached the third grade, I had mastered the existing four books multiple times.
We hit two digits in the run of our little Star Wars program. It feels good. We have some higher production episodes coming up, so expect some longer droughts in-between. In the tenth episode of Bantha Fodder, Mike and Jacob
Thank you to everyone that has left a review on iTunes or shared the show with friends. It's because of you that we made it into the "New & Noteworthy" section of the iTunes podcast directory, which is definitely cool.
So long, Kindle! Well... sort of. In my last post on the subject, I think I made it pretty clear that I'd had just about enough with how Kindle handles third-party ebooks. From converting .ePubs to .mobi files, sending those
In 2016, I’m making a greater effort to get back into reading regularly. There was a time that I was consistently bookmarked somewhere in the pages of an adventure novel, but that time has long since past. With the
I treated myself to Christmas a little early this year and picked up a hard copy of Jon Duckett’s book HTML and CSS: Design and Build Websites. I was introduced to this book in 2012 and had an eBook