In this episode of the Geekare Humanum podcast, Sindre and Renate discuss: Professional wrestling, Seinfeld, the 1927 silent movie Metropolis.
Today is my 30th birthday! I’ve long had a plan of making a sort of autobiography composed of several blog posts on this site. This week, after writing a bunch of new posts, I finished that goal.
In this episode of the Geekare Humanum podcast, Sindre and Renate discuss video games from Sindre’s childhood. Everything from PlayStation 2, to Game Boy Color, to Xbox 360, to Nintendo 64, to PC gaming.
A few years ago, I shared my favorite song from each ‘Miracle of Sound’ Level album.
I later made a Top 5 or 10 list for each album (depending on how big the album was).
In this episode of the Geekare Humanum podcast, Sindre and Renate discuss: The name of the podcast, rating our podcast on iTunes, Dracula (2020 TV series), Steven Moffat, Adventure Time, SpongeBob SquarePants & David Bowie, Brokeback Mountain, Jake Gyllenhaal & Heath Ledger.
In this pilot episode of the Geekare Humanum podcast, Sindre and Renate discuss: Maja Lunde books (The History of Bees, The End of the Ocean), Harmonquest, Dungeons & Dragons, Muse, Dolemite Is My Name.
In the last entry of my gaming backlog countdown I went from 40 games to 35, and checked off four games I played on my PC, plus one I played on my PlayStation 4.
In the last entry of my gaming backlog countdown I went from 45 games to 40, and checked off five games I played on my PS4.
Me and my girlfriend Renate started playing Borderlands 2 on PlayStation 4 in October/November of 2017.
But after finishing about half of the base game, we forgot the game a bit when we both gifted each-other a different Nintendo console for Christmas that year.
I traveled to America for the first time in 2012. My goal was to visit Nerd Mecca, San Diego Comic-Con International.
I had somehow been able to snag some tickets, and I was really exited to finally see Comic-Con with my own eyes.
Marvel’s Spider-Man was my favorite PlayStation 4 game in 2018.
The game’s developer, Insomniac Games, perfectly represented Spider-Man’s rogues gallery and supportive characters.