• Reddirect: an Optimized "old" Reddit Experience for the iPhone!

    An overview of the Safari Extension I created, which enhances the reddit experience on iOS
  • Fire Emblem: Engage Review: Date the Story, S-Support the Gameplay

    Released for the Nintendo Switch in 2023, Fire Emblem: Engage is a mostly thought
  • Croppi: A Safari Extension for Easily Cropping Images

    An overview of the Safari Extension I created, which allows users to easily crop images and save them, without leaving Safari.
  • A Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Critique: Earnest, Complex, and Bloated

    The third game in this beloved series is packed with new features, landscapes, and stories to tell, but is ultimately weighed down by its lofty ambitions.
  • Tales of Arise Review: Bigger (but Not Better) than Ever

    This post tales look at Tales Of Arise, examining what it got right, what it got wrong, and where the series might go from here.
  • Play This, Not That: Eternal Sonata Vs. Tales of Symphonia

    The first episode of (hopefully) a series of blog posts that pits games from older generations against each other, with a recommendation to play one, but not the other. This post looks at two JRPGs with similar pedigrees and designs: Eternal Sonata (2007) and Tales of Symphonia (2004).
  • Game Companies: Stop Treating your Customers Like Crap

    Game companies consistently make the mistake of taking their customers' passion and dedication for granted, and it often ends in disaster. This post examines a recent example, Cyberpunk 2077, and posits a theory as to WHY companies keep making this same mistake.
  • Handling Blank WKWebViews

    iOS's WKWebview is a massive improvement over the now-deprecated UIWebView, but I've noticed that they occasionally fail to render, seemingly at random times. Read on for how I've dealt with this issue, and what you can do about it.
  • A Beginner's Guide to Deep Learning (Part 2)

    In this post, I'll show you how to write your first Deep Learning program using Tensorflow 2.0, which is a popular Deep Learning Library, and Keras, a popular high-level API to make Tensorflow a little more beginner-friendly.
  • A Beginner's Guide to Deep Learning (Part 1)

    Deep Learning is a vast, complex topic, but it has potentially life-changing applications and (if you're dedicated and passionate enough) many lucrative opportunities. If you have an interest in the field, but are unsure of where to begin, read on.
  • How to Buy a TV or Monitor For Gaming

    With the PS5/Xbox Series X coming out soon, you might be thinking about buying a new TV or monitor. Unfortunately, display companies make the decision-making process as confusing as possible (likely on purpose). To combat the intentional misinformation, here's a guide that (should) make things a little clearer.
  • Running WSL2 on a Mac using Bootcamp

    Getting Microsoft's Windows Subsystem-For-Linux running in Bootcamp is somewhat straightforward, but there are a few gotchas. Read on for the how, and then after that for the why (mac is unix-based. Why not just use that?)
  • Why Start a Blog in 2020?

    Is there any point to starting a blog in 2020, as opposed to starting a YouTube channel? Or posting on Reddit? Or vlogging on Twitch? I think there is.
  • About This Site

    How's it going? Thanks for stopping by. Below you'll find a meta blog post about this site, why it was created, how it was created, and what kind of content you'll expect to find.