Archive for March, 2010

On OnLive


As posted on the Ladygeek website on 14 March 2010. Having discussed women and gaming a couple of weeks ago, you can imagine how pleased we were to find out Wednesday’s announcement that OnLive will finally go live on 17 June. Having had 11 months to refine a marketing strategy to appeal to the widest possible market, […]

I, too, would be bewildered if I was a Sony executive. The Playstation 3 is by any measure an outstanding console. So why was it being beaten into the ground by Nintendo Wii?  A list of the Wii differentiators: 1) A lower price point. 2) That funky Wiimote. 3) Interesting, interactive multiplayer games. Ok, so […]

So, admittedly, I have been very tired for three months today. So, in lieu of an actual post, my love it, shove it list for the past week (a concept borrowed from the fabulous Bitch Magazine) Love it Apple debuted the iPad ad during the Oscars broadcast. Time will tell whether this perfect, perfect ad, […]

I am not passing judgment on the new Project Runway video game for the moment. I am merely passing on the link from the New York Times. Seriously. Holding my tongue, etc.

I struggled with this story in yesterday’s Guardian on Apple’s internal audit into their manufacturer’s employment practices. If some people are closet Apple geeks, I am at the annual pride parade. Even my laptop has a name (no, internet, I am not sharing my Macbook’s Christian name, this is embarrassing enough). Though not quite the […]