Randy A. Salas

Digital Producer | Features
Phone: 612-673-4542
Randy Salas is the assistant features editor of the Star Tribune. When he's not watching DVDs, he's playing video games -- occasionally even both at the same time. (It can be done). In Randy's world, life is high-def.

Recent content from Randy A. Salas

Cross-country bike journey is no joke

Why did the bicyclists cross the country?

Updated: October 04, 2007, - 08:55 AM

Technobabble: Websites visualize social issues

Well-produced graphics help you get a handle on environmental, economic causes.

Updated: October 01, 2007, - 04:58 PM

Video games: 'Halo' effect

The Master Chief returns for a final thrilling adventure in the year's most anticipated video game, "Halo 3."

Updated: September 27, 2007, - 12:11 PM

Sept. 24: 'First-person shooters' have gamers locked and loaded

The Tuesday release of "Halo 3" adds a much-anticipated title to the booming game genre.

Updated: September 27, 2007, - 09:35 AM

Technobabble: Space Ace

The Master Chief returns for a final thrilling adventure in the year's most anticipated video game, "Halo 3."

Updated: September 25, 2007, - 10:24 AM

Video games: Gamers are gunning for 'first-person shooters'

The Tuesday release of "Halo 3" adds a much-anticipated title to the booming "first-person shooter" genre.

Updated: September 22, 2007, - 11:04 PM

Runaway remotes: A hot-button issue

They multiply like rabbits and disappear faster than you can say "clicker." What we really need is a one-remote world -- if we could get motivated enough to program the darn thing.

Updated: September 17, 2007, - 07:22 PM

Vikings fans: Deep Purple

The sensory overload of Vikings home games prompts "What's up with THAT?" queries galore. We pass along a few answers.

Updated: September 08, 2007, - 08:37 PM

An ode to Nintendo DS

There are many reasons why Nintendo's handheld device is the world's most popular video-game system. Here are mine.

Updated: September 03, 2007, - 07:04 PM

Giving great lit the fast-forward

CliffsNotes enters a new era, packaged with DVDs of films based on great works of literature.

Updated: August 16, 2007, - 12:35 AM

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