Officially a fan of 3d movies now with the Rift. Can't stand 3d in the theater, especially since I already wear glasses. With the Rift it's glorious. SO GOOD. If the resolution was just a little bit better it might be worthy of completely taking over my movie watching 3d or otherwise, but that isn't likely right now since it's not quite HD, and I've been spoiled. For 3d stuff though, it'll be the way I watch things from now on for sure.
I have a solution for people who wear glasses and want to watch 3D: there are screen for 3D without glasses. It's a special coating. I have a Toshiba Satellite P855, I watch 3d movies without glasses.
OMG U GUISE. The Rift is NOOOOOOOICE. Basically had it on my face the last 5 hours (with a couple of short baby related breaks). It's pretty damn shiny. i'll have to put a bunch more time into each game/experience/etc to really review individual things, since I really just bounced around a lot checking things out tonight, but it's pretty sweet overall. Not flawless, but really damn nice.
emails, sending emails, receiving emails, deleting emails, the web, using mouse/mices, using mice, clicking, double-clicking, the computer screen, keyboard, the bit that goes on the floor down there, the harddrive
Guru, 2012 - 2015
tl;dr version: I help people make their online stores awesome.
Generally these days my energy is mostly focused on being a dad.
I also occasionally do some freelance writing, photography, and any number of random geeky things when opportunities arise. Such as the hangout podcast I'm a part of, www.gamesammich.com.
I enjoy very short walks far away from the beach, and tend to spend large chunks of the day in front of computers. Though I do try to find time to read science and/or philosophy related books when I'm not trapped in cyberspace.