It’s that time once again to have at least two particular tabs open on my browser — my bank account and the computer store website. After a good bit of pondering and perusing, I’ve come to my final list for what PC upgrades I shall introduce into my life. Hopefully, the major PC upgrades will be procured as early as the start of July, just in time for my birthday.

Perhaps talking about it here will help people learn a bit more about what to consider when they’re shopping for PC upgrades as well. I advocate building computers specifically for…


One of the things I’ve recently gotten into is mechanical keyboard switches. While I don’t have enough disposable income right now to indulge in buying elaborate pieces of plastic to put in jars, it did lead me to improving my typing speed. It was always something I thought I’d be stuck in, even though it’s pretty much what I do for a living.

For the longest time, my average typing speed had hovered around 65 words per minute. This was and still is fine since I can touch-type at a comfortable pace that lets me do my job as a…


You can consider this blog post a filler. I just needed something to talk about, so I started writing a draft for this while watching YouTube videos when I realized just about everyone is making tier lists of everything under the sun. I then came to a realization that it’s an excellent form of curation that anyone can get into.

Take a look at TierMaker, YouTube, and social media to see just about everyone making their own tier lists for categories you haven’t even thought of yet. There’s tier lists for soda, condoms, diseases, prescription medication, whatever the hell you…


Here’s another blog post to continue on the topic of The Revolving Door — that door many people enter to pursue a dream vocation only for most of them to exit it. That blog post was and still is an absolute mess, but perhaps I was looking towards the wrong direction. It’s not about how to climb the mountain, but what makes us want to climb it in the first place.

In that revolving door blog post, I only wanted to express my frustration over seeing so many people who make the same mistake I did back when I was…


Nothing is truly for everyone. There are always barriers of entry. The higher the barrier, the more people wish to enter, and the less people actually do so. For the rest, they go back out the revolving door. Most of them tend to not understand the exact reason for their forced exit, and they tend to blame others for faults that happen to be their own.

This blog post is a reflection upon my experiences and observations with failure and falling off the wagon. Take it either as a warning or a wake-up call. For me, it’s something I just…


This is a late post that may no longer be that relevant, I admit. I was supposed to post this after BlizzConline, but the past two weeks were a blur for me. However, I realized that I still had much to say about the sequel to my 2016 GOTY, so I had to finish writing this. While I have to admit that I’m actually hyped about what Blizzard is doing in Overwatch 2, I’m also quite skeptical about what it’ll do for their newest franchise.

The way Blizzard mishandled Overwatch to the point of almost killing its competitive scene, had…


It does seem like I tend to spend my year-end holidays playing open world RPGs. In 2015, it was Fallout 4, which kept me occupied for two to three weeks. In 2019, it was The Outer Worlds, which I played non-stop for two weeks. Most recently, Cyberpunk 2077 has taken over my life, and it’s still incredibly fun more than a month later.

Fallout 4 did not give me the same satisfaction as The Outer Worlds, but both of them can’t hold up to the immersion and enjoyment I got from Cyberpunk 2077. …


It does seem like I tend to spend my year-end holidays playing open world RPGs. In 2015, it was Fallout 4, which kept me occupied for two to three weeks. In 2019, it was The Outer Worlds, which I played non-stop for two weeks. Most recently, Cyberpunk 2077 has taken over my life, and it’s still incredibly fun more than a month later.

Fallout 4 did not give me the same satisfaction as The Outer Worlds, but both of them can’t hold up to the immersion and enjoyment I got from Cyberpunk 2077. …


It does seem like I tend to spend my year-end holidays playing open world RPGs. In 2015, it was Fallout 4, which kept me occupied for two to three weeks. In 2019, it was The Outer Worlds, which I played non-stop for two weeks. Most recently, Cyberpunk 2077 has taken over my life, and it’s still incredibly fun more than a month later.

Fallout 4 did not give me the same satisfaction as The Outer Worlds, but both of them can’t hold up to the immersion and enjoyment I got from Cyberpunk 2077. …


I’ve been trying to stream again on my Twitch channel, but it has been a struggle thus far. The most recent stream I did as of this writing was a very dissatisfying experience. I’ve been wanting to get going as a streamer and content creator for years; it occupied my mind for most of the 2010s. However, I was never able to go through with it due to the demands of life and my physical and psychological decline.

Last Saturday, I started playing Fallout: New Vegas on stream, and all I could do was stumble through it after years of…

Sonny Go

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