After last week’s premiere threw us into the thick of things with a seemingly unrelated interrogation in East Germany, a sibling rivalry and two gruesome murders, one with an air conditioner, there was almost no way the third season’s second episode could live up to it. And it didn’t. It still gave us a fun, well-written continuation of the story. There was just no way any show could keep up the pace from an episode like last week’s. Instead, Fargo pumped the breaks, letting the consequences just begin to play out. As a result, the characters are now in over their heads. Ray and Nikki don’t realize it yet, and it’s only now beginning to dawn on Emmit.
Razer is one of our favorite #brands when it comes to wide assortments of powerful and useful gaming computers and peripherals. But you don’t always need a super powerful laptop or a stolen monitor with three screens or a gamer smartwatch always set to 4:20. For a PC gamer, a humble and trusty mouse is an indispensable tool.
American folklore heroes Davy Crockett, Molly Pitcher, and Paul Bunyan ain’t got nothin’ on the Time Lords.
A couple of weeks ago, I got a chance to play Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite. While it is undeniably a MvC title, it’s different enough to be considered a reboot of the legendary franchise. Even as a long-time fan of the series, I wasn’t sure what to expect from this game. After playing it for over an hour, I was more than happy with what Capcom has in store for us.
NASA (also known as the overachiever of the science world), has developed a system of 3D printed chainmail for spacecraft and astronauts. Yes, I said chainmail. Chainmail in space.
Ever wanted to make apps of your own? Maybe you’re looking to start a new career in the software development field. Well, SkillWise currently has a bundle of ten courses that will help you learn the programming ropes, so now’s the perfect time to start.
Surely we’re all aware that cyber attacks are getting worse and it’s because there’s been thousands of unsecure, internet-enabled devices hitting the market. These can range from light bulbs you can control with an app to classic printers, but many of them are vulnerable to attack. Hackers have already taken control of millions of these devices and used them as pawns in their own cyber attacks. What’s worse, governments who are often responsible for regulating security, have yet to respond. That’s led some to take matters into their own hands.