Monday: August 15, 2011
- Ten games that take minutes to learn and a lifetime to master.
While chess is often thought of as a mathematical game, experts say the real contest is often a psychological one, in which players scrutinize one another for subtle cues and tendencies that predict behavior and reveal weaknesses. As Soviet chess trainer Mark Dvoretsky once noted: 'The opponent makes an apparently innocent move, but for some reason or another, he rouses our vigilance and promptly we discover the cunning that is concealed.'
Tuesday: March 9, 2010
- A review of the Final Fantasy XIII experience, thirty minutes in.
After reading this quick review I now find myself sitting here staring at my newly purchased copy of of Final Fantasy XIII and asking the box questions I know it can't answer. I'll let you know how this all turns out.
Thursday: October 1, 2009
- How to write your very own Facebook application in under five minutes.
I'll have to try this one out today so if you see a lame GLM app on Facebook later today don't be surprised. Maybe people would comment more if I integrated directly with Facebook Connect. Yay or nay?
Wednesday: August 12, 2009
- Twenty-three movie plots that could have been solved in minutes.
A collection of Photoshop jobs from the readers of Cracked. Enjoy.
Friday: June 26, 2009
- Why exactly are there only sixty minutes in an hour?
Some intersting history lessons within regarding this interesting question.