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Archive for July, 2011

Let’s Play Evil Dead (Episode 2)

In this episode, we visit the Desert Palace, find the Candle (makes caves a tiiiiiny bit easier to navigate), and defeat the boss, whom I’ve apparently decided to call Pazuzu. We place the first crystal in the first altar and then we’re on our way. Groovy!

(Yes, this video vanished and then re-appeared. I forgot to edit out the part I SAID I WAS GOING TO EDIT OUT. Seriously, what’s wrong with me lately?)

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Let’s Play Evil Dead (Episode 1)

This is quite the “hidden gem” in the NES library. I don’t know why it wasn’t more popular! In this first episode, we find our first Heart Container and Magic Container, gain a Life level, and learn our first two spells. Next time, we tackle the first palace!

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Formspring answers 7/26/2011

Another week of questions and answers! I’ll get around to actually recording an LP one of these days, I swear! Ask me questions: http://formspring.me/docsigma

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Geocaching page streamlined!

D’oh! I never realized that you don’t need an account on geocaching.com to see a user’s list of geocache finds. Therefore, I’ve decided to stop manually maintaining a list of all of my finds (it was a lot of copy-and-paste busywork!), and simply provided a link to the page on geocaching.com where you can see all of my finds, organized by date with the most recent finds first. The link is on my geocaching page, which includes links to my profile and finds, as well as a table listing all of my hides (five so far), as well as a brief description of what geocaching is. I’ve deleted the sub-pages, so some older links on this site may be broken now.

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81 finds!

Yesterday I found my 81st geocache! Therefore, my geocaching section has spilled over onto a 5th page! 100 finds, here I come! (I plan on saving First Mass, the oldest geocache in Massachusetts, for my 100th find.)

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Let’s Go Geocaching! (Episode 1)

PLEASE READ: People have asked me to make geocaching videos, so I’ve decided to do just that. To preserve the privacy of the geocache, I will not be saying its name, or where it is located, or even which city it’s in. I also have muted my voice, and will not be allowing comments on the video. If you enjoyed this video, please let me know on Twitter and I will make more. Thanks!

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Formspring answers 07/14/2011

After a nearly six-month hiatus, I come back with answers to your questions! Grab some popcorn, this is a long one…

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