Proofreading vs. Flow By: Laura Winton

Laura Winton, Writing Consultant I am the world’s worst proofreader, as some of you may have noticed.  I never find a typo until 5000 copies of an item have been run, and then it jumps right out at me.  Now, some of you may be thinking, “Laura, how can you be an English teacher and not be a good proofreader?  Isn’t that the heart of … Continue reading Proofreading vs. Flow By: Laura Winton

Week 2 Power Rankings By: Dan Dankert

North America Cloud 9 +1 (2-0) If anyone would have told me that Cloud 9 would clobber TSM 2-0 in the opening matchup I would have called them crazy. TSM is a largely intact roster, and the defending champions. That being said Contractz out-jungled Sven the entirety of the series, and Impact showed why he is significantly better than Hauntzer and why the All-LCS voting … Continue reading Week 2 Power Rankings By: Dan Dankert

Silence Review By: Sean Harrison

            Silence is the latest film directed by Martin Scorsese, so it’s hard not to have high hopes for this movie going in.  In addition, it’s based on titular novel by Shusaku Endo and is in fact the second movie based on the novel (having previously been turned into a movie by Masahiro Shinoda, back in 1971).  Overall, this movie counts as one of the … Continue reading Silence Review By: Sean Harrison

App-Tastic: Jelly Splash By: Stephanie Hoover

“They so cute!!!” is almost always my response when my boyfriend asks if I’m playing “Jellies.” Jelly Splash is similar in premise to Bejeweled, except the screen is filled with cute little jellies that are oh so happy when you win. Each level has different objectives and obstacles. Most levels are basic, requiring hitting a certain score in so many moves. But some levels required … Continue reading App-Tastic: Jelly Splash By: Stephanie Hoover