PlayStation Experience 2016 in photos and games: PSX marks the spot

ANAHEIM, California—Last weekend was Sony’s third-annual PlayStation Experience expo, and I lost count of the sheer number of playable, high-quality games slated to launch next year.

Hats off to Sony: the company pulled off the most exciting upcoming-games expo I’ve gone to in a while… and it happened in December. You know, the month when game companies traditionally have nothing new to announce.

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Divi Plugin Highlight: Divi Booster

Divi Booster is a plugin from Dan of DiviBooster.com where he creates lots of tutorials and code to enhancement Divi. This code is then added to the Divi Booster plugin for easy use. Divi Booster adds over 50 new configurations to Divi. The enhancements effect headers, pages, posts, modules, sidebar, footer, menus, plugins, and more.

You can just copy and paste the code from the tutorials, but there are so many that the plugin pays for itself in the time you save. Simply upload the plugin and make your choices. Done. No coding required. Since it’s a plugin you won’t need to use a child theme, and you won’t have to add code every time you change child themes.

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Domain review: The Internet can be worse than humanity-ravaging epidemics

Trailer for Domain

Domain, an indie sci-fi thriller borrowing Truman Show themes and Alien aesthetics, starts with a premise near and dear to the genre fan’s heart: a deadly virus (here called the Saharan flu) is wiping out most of humanity. But while Domain may initially appear to be just another pandemic parable, it has a decidedly 2016 idea at its core.

For starters, Saharan flu has already killed 5,000 in Germany, Italy, and Egypt, and doctors fear it’s spreading beyond their containment abilities. “The World Health Organization says it’s potentially civilization-threatening,” public broadcasts declare within the film’s opening minutes.

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The Domain review: The Internet can be worse than humanity-ravaging epidemics

Trailer for Domain

Domain, an indie sci-fi thriller borrowing Truman Show themes and Alien aesthetics, starts with a premise near and dear to the genre fan’s heart: a deadly virus (here called the Saharan flu) is wiping out most of humanity. But while Domain may initially appear to be just another pandemic parable, it has a decidedly 2016 idea at its core.

For starters, Saharan flu has already killed 5,000 in Germany, Italy, and Egypt, and doctors fear it’s spreading beyond their containment abilities. “The World Health Organization says it’s potentially civilization-threatening,” public broadcasts declare within the film’s opening minutes.

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