Author Archives: profgarbusm

Return to Grey Havens

Here we are at last, on the shore of the sea. I’d like to begin by thanking both professor Kane and my fellow classmates for making this one of my most interesting classes at BC. ISYS6621 was a really well designed class and what is perhaps most prevalent to me was the relevance of it […]


I’ll admit it. I’m slightly addicted to Fortnite. The game itself is great and ever-changing, keeping me hooked. Both @tarakane36 and @oliverhowe14 have covered this topic and done an excellent summary/analysis of the game and it’s rise to popularity.   Since I myself cannot do a better job describing the game, I’d like to call our attention […]

If you love it, let it go.

“If it’s the past that you love then thats where you should stay” – Yellowcard. These lyrics are true for a lot of things in my life and perhaps no more prominently then after hearing that Jerry Seinfeld was considering a reboot of his classic and greatest comedy TV show of all time – Seinfeld. […]

Viva La Stool

Today I want to talk about a company that is every bit as entertaining as it is polarizing -Barstool Sports. Barstool began originally from the home of its founder and “El Presidente” David Portnoy who passed out paper issues along the T lines of Boston starting in 2003. An interesting and fun fact is that […]

Let’s Talk About Trump

Now, now. I know what you’re thinking. A political post? Not a good idea. I want you to know that you’re right, and that as a currently unemployed single person I do not have the audacity or security to talk politics with those around me, let alone on the internet. But give me a second […]

The Internet is Dark and Full of Spoilers

  **WARNING GAME OF THRONES SPOILERS AHEAD** Game of Thrones is without a doubt one of the most popular TV series on television today with season 7’s finale having over 16.5 million viewers. These numbers become more impressive as we realize that Game of Thrones is also the most pirated show of all time. The […]

ISYS6621: There and Back Again

In a classroom 195S Stokes, there lived a Kane, and a class to be taught. This class I have heard is much like an adventure, although hopefully not one that involves in slaying a dragon. Bad fantasy analogies aside, I’m hoping that this class is able to change me much in the way my beloved […]