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If you were lucky to be a kid in the 90’s, you surely remember the crossover shows which were the hit back then. I have been a fan of the crossovers even though some of them don’t make any sense. In the 90s, through to 2000s, the crossovers were a new thing, and the thrill was high. We would be...
 
It has been a while since I talked about the toys that made out days in the 90s and 2000s. Today, I had a nostalgic flashback of the Rumble Robots. Do you remember them? If you were lucky to have been a teenager in the late 90s to early 2000s, you must have had the first-hand experience of...
 
What crosses your mind when you think “LEGOS”? Yes, I get nostalgic too anytime I think about them; reminds me about the early 2000s when we could stay up for hours trying to create different things from our box full of Legos. Let us not go back to time, do you remember the Bionicle games? They...
 
Owning a flip phone in the mid-2000s would automatically make you the coolest lad in the block. It was the in thing at the time. It is because of this that over 543 million flip phones were shipped all over the world in 2015 out of the total 1.44 billion smartphones shipped in the same year...
 
Do you remember back in the 90s to early 2000s when the Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) was a must-have? Today I had a nostalgic flashback of my PalmPilot 5000 and the way I would spend hours on ends trying to figure out how Graffiti works on it. It was an incredible experience back then. When...
 
Over 79.2 Million laptops and PC were bought in the last quarter. This is the record high that has ever been recorded in years. The pandemic forced everyone from students to non-students to work from home, hence the increase in orders for laptops and related gadgets. But have you ever wondered...
 
Micro-Transactions - The Past & Future Micro means "small" and transactions mean buying, selling, or participating in a trade of some kind. In the early years of gaming, individuals that were part of the retro timeline noticed that the option to purchase in-game add-ons such as cosmetics was...
 
Photo Courtesy: Nintendo South Africa Today we take yet another trip, not so far back this time. Back in the early 2000s, when Samurai Jack hit the TV scenes with a storm. I was by then a fan of action-adventure animated series, but Samurai Jack just took it to another level. The production of...
 
This has been a week of alternative rock and grunge bands. Right from Nirvana to Tool, Soundgarden. Today, I am looking back to yet another Grunge band I loved, none other than Alice in Chains (AIC) that was formed way back in 1987 by Jerry Cantrell (guitarist) and Sean Kinney (drummer). Alice...
 
Photo Courtesy: WorthPoint When I listen to Soundgarden I get a similar feeling and emotions that I get when listening to Nirvana. I guess it’s because of the similarity of the death of the lead singers Kurt Cobain and Chris Cornell. May the soul of these two music geniuses rest in peace because...
 
If there is a book series that has stood the taste of time is the Boxcar Children book series. Since 1924, the books are still selling on the bookshelves and the stories never get old. Boxcar Children has even been adapted into a movie that was released in 2014. The Movie is based on the...
 
It is now over 3 decades since Tool (The band) was formed. But surprisingly, they are still popular and rock lovers still love them. The Tool is one of the few bands that have remained relevant for the longest period. They have stood the taste of time while remaining relevant to all the...
 
Hi everyone! It's been a couple of weeks, and another one of my articles is due today; I have decided to talk about something a little different—the Nintendo DS. The DS is something I grew up with as a child, and some of my favorite games included Sims and Mario Kart. I can specifically remember...
 
Today, while making rounds on the internet, I was hit by the greatest nostalgia of all. The Windows 95! Yes, Windows 95 still exists online. If you missed the experience of Windows 95 back in the days, Click here for a firsthand experience. The creator of the online Windows 95 emulator has made...
 
What hits your mind when you hear the mention of the word “Nestcape”? Myself, am always hit with strong nostalgic memories of the good old days when Netscape ruled the web, right from the its simply awesome web-browser to the Netscape navigator. Netscape had a wide range of products right from...
 
How old were you in the 90s? Did you attend any of the Scholastic Bookfair sessions back then? If yes, what was you take? Personally, I loved the Scholastic Book fairs, and I would look forward to the next event the same way I look forward to my birthday! Remember the days we had our lunches in...
 
If you were a teen in the '90s, then you must have witnessed the good old days of MTV. The days when the music was dope and had a message to pass to the fans. The music industry has transformed, and MTV is one of the biggest channels in the world that has really evolved over time to adapt to the...
 
Image Credit: loudwire It has been a while since I talked about the nostalgia of the '90s retro music bands. Since music was all we enjoyed back in the day, I couldn't help it today but talk about one of my favorite rock and grunge bands of the Mid-90s – Nirvana. Do you remember the hit song...
 
It's been a few months since I last published an article here, so today, I thought the only right thing to do is to bring something really nostalgic. We are going to be reflecting of the decade (10 years) of the 1980 era, and how video gaming looked back then. Writing this piece has only made me...
 
Do you remember back in the days, way back in the elementary school when you were still going to the book fairs? Those days when you would spend hours in the library flipping over books. Back then, the book fair was where I would go to get scary stories to tell in the Dark. Goosebumps books by...
 
Happy New year, folks! Am glad you all made it. It has been a rough ride in 2020. The pandemic took a toll on us and crippled all the world's economies. My fingers are crossed, praying that the vaccine works so that we have some freedom. I bet things will never get back to the "normal" we had...

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