Andrew Schoolnick

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What You Need to Know About SEO Going Into 2015

<i>Sujan Patel is the VP of Marketing at thisCLICKS, the makers of</i> <i>When I Work –</i> <i>an employee scheduling software solution for small businesses.</i><p>Any good marketer or business owner trying to leverage the Web to connect with more prospective customers knows that SEO is always changing. As the new year …

Google Analytics

Try not to freeze to death in the Canadian wilderness in 'The Long Dark'

How long can you last in the frigid Canadian wilderness after being stranded by a plane crash? For those looking to test their survival skills, <i>The</i> …

Web Design and Development Online Magazine

Every great website needs a contact page. You can set this up on a static HTML site or a CMS like WordPress which offers a lot of flexibility &…<p>Jake …

The Best Way to Reheat Pizza at Home

<i>Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun.</i><p><i>Today: Talia Ralph -- host of Heritage Radio's weekly Pizza Party -- brings us the best way to heat up leftover pizza. Which is an excellent reason to order</i> …

Kitchens

45+ Creative Menu With jQuery and CSS3

Menu is the most important part of website to show visitor about your website purpose and also easy for user to find information on the website, it …

Adobe Launches Brackets V1.0, An Open-source Text Editor for Web Designers

Adobe has just released version 1.0 of Brackets, its free open-source text editor that’s built in HTML, CSS and JavaScript, for coding HTML, CSS and JavaScript.<p>Available for Windows, Mac and Linux, Brackets is aimed at Web designers and developers, with focused features like Live Preview to easily …

Eliminating Taps with Fluid Touch Gestures

by Luke Wroblewski November 4, 2014<p>Getting things done in most mobile applications requires taps -lots of them. But because of discovery issues, …

Awesome Video Game Hopes To Destigmatize Tampons By Using Them As Projectiles

Just about half of the world’s population is capable of menstruation, and yet when it comes up in conversation, people sometimes act like it’s the …

Why video game sound is so powerfully bonding

Nostalgia sometimes comes in a thick soup of buzzes, beeps, trills and, of course, wakka-wakkas.<p>That cacophony of sounds paint an audio landscape that any child of the 70s', 80s' or 90s' can pick up in an instant: The arcade.<p>It is so specific, so sentimental of a time when people traded quarters …

20 years of PlayStation: Sony's boss Andrew House bets on future of games

Over the last two decades, as video games have risen from hobbyist teenage pastime to omnipresent pop cultural force, one brand has remained consistent and unavoidable: PlayStation. Nintendo brought in a whole new audience with its highly accessible Wii in 2006, and Microsoft loudly muscled into …

Spooky Computing: Memory of a Broken Dimension

We’ve all downloaded something weird from the Internet because the cool kids were doing it. That’s one of the points of Rock, Paper, Shotgun, even. …

Trading in 203 copies of Night Trap

It sounds like the punchline to a dorky, obscure joke. A man in Albuquerque, New Mexico walks into a used game store, looking to trade in 203 copies of 1992 Sega CD title <i>Night Trap</i>. What's that worth?<p>Surprisingly, this actually happened this week. According to Kotaku, the seller got the copies from …

A Good Game for Griefing

Playing <i>IDARB</i> made me feel a tiny, tiny little bit like a NBA player at the free throw line when fans are trying to mess with his focus. Except, in …

Today's Apple iPhone event is important for gaming, and more bad news for Nintendo

If you care about gaming at all, it's impossible to ignore Apple.<p>The consumer electronics powerhouse is expected to announce a new iPhone today, and could also announce a long-rumored wearable device. Remember when having all your data in your pocket was enough? Now it's time to put it on your …

Sims 4 impressions from a non-Sims player | PC Invasion

I’m not taking part in the IncGamers <i>Sims 4</i> review because it’s been so long since I played a <i>Sims</i> game that I can’t even remember what it was like. …

Mortal Kombat X - Who are the New Characters?

It's been stated on many occasions that Mortal Kombat X will feature more new characters than any previous Mortal Kombat video game. At the moment, …

This is Sega's $100 million marketing plan that failed to save the Dreamcast

The following press release from E3 1999 explains, in depressing detail, Sega's strategy for marketing the Sega Dreamcast to a world that would ultimately welcome it with cool indifference, leaving arguably the first modern video game console to slowly die on the side of the video game highway.<p>The …

Someone Spent Nine Months Cross-Stitching The Map From "The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past"

It's the Light World in all its glory, via this talented redditor.

8Bit Harmonica: The Tunes They Are a-Changin' - Technabob

A few years ago we featured a harmonica crammed into a NES cartridge. YouTuber basami sentaku’s harmonica not only has a Famicom cartridge case, it …

Nintendo Video Game Titles Reimagined as Classic Little Golden Books

Los Angeles artist Joey Spiotto (aka “Joebot“) has released a Nintendo edition of his ongoing illustration series where he reimagines modern video …

It’s Muppets vs. Capcom in Sesame Street Fighter

Today’s example that cooperation makes it happen: Coming together from across the Internet, designer Juan David Gómez, composer Jairo Pineda, and …

Sesame Street

Ocarina of Time's Hyrule recreated in Minecraft

<b>One clever Minecrafter has recreated the entirety of Hyrule as seen in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.</b><p>Forget Great Britain, Westeros and Azeroth: our hearts belong to Hyrule.<p>Minecraft Hyrule, that is (although Hyrule in general is pretty great). Minecrafter Kezsonaj has just finished a …

Link Evolution with Triforce.

Hear the 'Super Mario Bros.' theme played on an ancient Chinese instrument

The <i>Super Mario Bros.</i> theme is possibly the most ubiquitous (and perhaps played-out) video game music around, but a young musician has found a way to make it interesting again — by performing it on an ancient Chinese instrument called the sheng. The instrument's natural tone fits perfectly with the</i> …