Wednesday, August 18, 2010


Saturday, August 14, 2010


Dr. Lobster's

The Supervillain Project

The videos that follow are my latest project. More to come.

Hope you enjoy.

Friday, April 23, 2010


Friday, March 26, 2010

Andrew Miller comes to Flagler College

In case you missed his presentation, Andrew Miller, owner of Andrew Miller Consulting, talked about turning your passion into a career with social media.

Here is a link to his blog discussing it.

Friday, February 12, 2010

Meet Neko

This is the latest addition to our crazy little family. Her eyes are actually a beautiful blue. She's not possessed.

I promise.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010


I really am getting on a roll with this.

I know, ignoring one creative outlet for a different one.


Friday, January 29, 2010

My Take: Video Game Review

Anyone can tell you if you should play a game or not. What works and what doesn't. But while I'm very opinionated, does that sound educational? I'm all about the educational. So instead I'm going to focus on what I learned about the world and myself while playing a particular game.

First up, Batman: Arkham Asylum.

Batman is awesome. We all know that. Anybody who doubts this probably should not be my friend because I'm going to question your judgment on just about everything. Sure, I'm not as obsessed about him as some people. But I get the attraction. And that doesn't even bring Julie Newmar as Catwoman and her influence on me.

This game is the first I've played where you feel at least a little like you're putting on the cowl.

What I learned: Why would any human being actually live in Gotham if you had the chance or means to get the hell out? If you think crime is high in your city, at least it isn't so overrun with serial killers that the you need a psychotic just to try to keep them in line. Batman is the best case scenario. That's messed up, yo.

Think about it. Twins in Gotham? Targets. Rich people? Targets. Stand up comedians? Targets. Beautiful people? Targets. Birthday on a holiday? Target. Very smart? Target. Heck, have a love of hats? Target.

And this doesn't count the number of sociopaths who just target everybody.

Probably more folks don't leave because they can't get anyone stupid enough to take over their mortgages.

That said, this game is so much fun. Best Batman Game Ever. Mark Hamill rocks. Art is great. Final boss fight disappoints but getting there is more than worth it.

But it needs Catwoman.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Busy elsewhere

No posts because I've been so busy expanding the fictional world I'm creating on Twitter.

Right now we're in the midst of some fictional job hunts, dealing with the aftermath of an attempted demon summoning, waiting on the unveiling of the engineering department's giant robot, and I'm about to start discussing the school's athletic endeavors.

Yes, I'm a nerd and easily amused. This is a surprise to you at this point?

I've got some video game "reviews" I'm going to post here soon. Once I finish my fourth play through of Borderlands that is.