Only reason I ask is that on my other blog http://techdude.co.uk/, I don;t get to post often, same as on here, so I only write short paragraphs to sum up what I want to say. Do you like this approach or do you think I should try and make them longer?
Wednesday, 17 March 2010
Posted by Kevin Tuck at 18:18
Friday, 12 March 2010
Anyone going? I've just bought my ticket and can't wait :D It's going to be my first Slam Dunk ever festival .I have always been tempted to attend but the fact that it was always held up in Leeds, on a Sunday, was a bit of a pain for me because of trains and stuff. But this one also is going to be held at the University of Herefordshire on Saturday the 29th of May.
After seeing the first initial bands announced to play a few weeks backed, I almost got to excited for words. A Capdown reunion show? I'm there! And the RX Bandits as well?.. oh boy oh boy..
Then a few days ago, more bands were announced including the likes of Alkaline Trio and Against Me! We'll that sealed it for me, im so there!
Anyone else reading this going? Or been to the University? Is it easy to get to and more importantly, get back from? Who are you looking forward to seeing?
Posted by Kevin Tuck at 14:38
Thursday, 11 March 2010
Yay! It has been revealed that John Cleese, famous Monty Python member and comedy genius, wll be appearing in the new Fable game which comes out later this year.
He will be playing a butler to your character which takes over from the menu system of the last game. Sounds pretty cool to me. I'm not a great fan of having to stop a game just to change something in the menu's, it takes away from the immersion for me.
This is not the first time a famous actor has appeared in the Fable franchise. Steven Fry voiced a character in the last game and Johnathan Ross was rumored to be doing voice work for this game as well.
Posted by Kevin Tuck at 19:54
Tuesday, 9 March 2010
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, my fellows geeks and nerds.
The time has come to unveil what I have been working these past few days. It is not complete yet (design wise) but I hope by giving you a sneak peak you can give me some tips and advice on how to make it better.
It is primarily a technology based blog but it also contains news on video games, movies and anything else that takes my fancy. I also post articles on how to do things with you computer that after a bit of research, the older generation know nothing about.
So feel free to have a look, tell me what you think (I know, the top banner is ugly.. but ill sort it.. eventually) and if you wish to help out then give me a shout!
Posted by Kevin Tuck at 19:36
Saturday, 6 March 2010
I've not forgotten about this Blog.
As I set out in my very first post, I have a passion for writing and see myself doing it for the foreseeable future that's for sure. I have been working on something else and all will revealed in the coming days and weeks.. trust me ;)
In other news.. Portal 2 has been confirmed as in development and it has coop! Woohoo!
Posted by Kevin Tuck at 00:44
Monday, 1 March 2010
Fresh off the rumour mill, word has reached efestivals (which has been very reliable in the past) that the set of head liners for the main stage at this years Reading and Leeds festivals are, Blink 182, Arcade Fire and My Chemical Romance (but their not certain on this last one).
Personally, I think Blink 283 should be a fun band to see, not fussed about Arcade Fire and defiantly not a fan of MCR. Rumours the third slot are still rife though with Sound Garden being tipped to play amongst others.
If you have never been to Reading/Leeds festivals then I strongly urge you to go one year. If these 3 headliners don't tickle your fancy then don't worry, there's a host of bands across 6 stages for you to see. Here's hoping for Rancid to play the Lockup this year..
Posted by Kevin Tuck at 19:17