Archive for the ‘Review’ Category

Thule and price gouging

David Gluzman May 27th, 2009

Having just bought a new mountain bike I’ve decided that I should finally invest in the bike rack for my vehicle. Since I already have the ski attachments and base bar for my VW (which are made by Thule), I figured it would be a pretty painless purchase to move forward. Well kinda.. But wow […]

Beacon Reviews on

Ian Harding November 12th, 2008

Not long ago I made a post that compared AT bindings that I was considering purchasing for this coming ski season. Funny enough, I did not end up going with the Diamir (Fritschi) Freeride Plus as I had concluded to. The Naxo NX21’s are being used by a number of close friends, and since the […]

I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream

MaxPower October 15th, 2008

Surprise Google Trend result today – #85 being “I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream” which I am at a loss to explain the popularity of the search. For those who don’t know, the title refers to a Hugo award winning Science Fiction short story written in 1967 by Hanlan Ellison and ranks as […]

Review: Numark DJiO

grfxguy October 9th, 2008

As annoyed as I am about the explosion of “people who think they are DJ’s”, one of the nice things that has emerged from this is the availability of new technology. Like cruise missile advancement during the Cold War, DJ technology, especially digital, has grown by leaps and bounds in a very short time period. […]

Behind Wine Wednesday Reviews – The Rating System

Adrian Bryksa September 24th, 2008

Right, so as some of you may have noticed, wine reviews have infiltrated the pages of this fine publication. As part of these reviews, point values are assigned to wines out of a 100 point scale, with higher numeric values indicating a better score. Here is my interpretation of what the point scale indicates: 100-Point […]