Digital or Physical!? Weight is a Consideration

Digital or Physical Media?

Ahh, it has been officially one week since I moved in to my new apartment, and of course there is the problem of unpacking. I also started my new job this week, so my time to unpack has been rather slim. I noticed that many of my items that I packed were Audio CDs, DVDs, Blu-Rays, and Video Games (PS1, PS2, PS3, PS4, PSP, PSVita, Wii, DS, and others) outside [ . . . ]

The moving process

Sometimes Upgrades Aren’t Easy (or Cheap):

When playing video games, usually to get better items you would need the right amount of money to get them. It may involve farming for cash, hunting the right materials (in some cases defeating a really hard optional boss for just a CHANCE at said item), or even buying at different parts of the days (and then there’s event-only items). Sometimes in the case of DLCs you have to use [ . . . ]

Gaia and the Simple Audio Setup

Road Trip and Audio Listening

The featured image has the simplistic audio set-up I used to play music through my rent-a-car for my road trip. This one is a very basic set-up, which is my Sony Xperia Z3V phone connected to a male-to-male 3.5mm cord, then the other end attached to an audio jack in the car. The audio then plays out of the car’s audio system. This is for my current road trip from [ . . . ]

Gaia Surprised by Sunshine Award

ASU’s Sunshine Award 2015

I received this nomination from a new friend and fellow online anime blogger Rekari of Shooting Star Dreamer and how I am relatively still new to blogging, I would like to answer some of the questions he has presented to me: Where do you draw your inspiration? Everything I encounter, have encountered, and sometimes from just nothing. Good and bad experiences shape what I create and write. I pay attention [ . . . ]