Wednesday, March 31, 2004

Grand Challenge - Unedited Video 

You can find unedited video from the Grand Darpa challenge.


Pictures of the new Batmobile!

Google to offer gigabyte of free e-mail 

Hmmm, looks like Google wants to enter the free email market.

CRIA loses in downloading case 

From Canoe, Canada's version of the RIAAloses a significant court ruling in downloading cases.

Brief Safe 

Hide your valuables in seemingly used underwear!

Game Programming Crash Course (for GBA) 

Here is a complete Game Programming Crash Course for GBA!

Tuesday, March 30, 2004


Hmmm, FunHi is basically American Idol on the web... but you pay for it. Interesting concept.

Monday, March 29, 2004

Even The Dinosaurs Did It 

And now for some light-hearted 3D-rendered toilet humour featuring dinosaurs and a pig.
(Don't worry, it's cute).


Friday, March 26, 2004

Death Jr. 

An exclusive look at Death Jr. One of the PSP's first game to be available.

Nokia 2 Announced 

Not learning from it's previous mistake, Nokia has announced an N-gage 2.

Thursday, March 25, 2004

Robot for disaster rescue work 

A Japanese firm has unveiled a large robot for disaster rescue work. More on the company's homepage.

GameOn NY 

East Coast's version of E3 is coming to New York for November 2004. Something for me to do in winter!

Tuesday, March 23, 2004

Douglas Adams's Mac IIfx 

A guy that rescued an old Mac IIfx actually discovered he hadDouglas Adams's Mac IIfx.

Monday, March 22, 2004


Very novel game. Try Lego's WorldBuilder.

MP3 surround sound system debuts 

Looks like someone has determine how to implementSurround Sound for MP3s.

Sunday, March 21, 2004

Philly Classic 5 

Didn't know this happened about 45 minutes from my place. The Philly Classic: largest calssic video game exhibition on the east coast!Pictures can be found here. Perhaps next year?

Saturday, March 20, 2004

100 Most Often Mispronounced Words 

This article has the 100 Most Often Mispronounced Words. Maybe not interesting in Canada, but when you are down here in the States, I can recall many of these mispronounced.

Wednesday, March 17, 2004

Advice from an 8 Year Old 

Part 1, and Part 2 of a column where advice is given from an 8 Year Old. (...from thesneeze.com.)

Monday, March 15, 2004

Typing Game 

Quite a good java based typing game.

Saturday, March 13, 2004

Building a robot from a Car 

from Slashdot, here is what SEEMS to be an engineer that is building a robot out of a Mini Cooper.

Friday, March 12, 2004

Mmm-mmm! Puddin! 

Get yer puddin right here! mmm-mm! Don't let little Johnny bring this to school though. This ain't for kids!

Japanese Pudding 1
Japanese Pudding 2

More on popcorn butter 

CNN has an article that Microwave popcorn chemicals are now under scrutiny by the FDA. Mmmmm.... butter, NOT!

Thursday, March 11, 2004

Robo-One videos 

Some cool videos from the Robo-One RobOlympics.

Mario Brothers Tragedy 

A three part Mario tragedy story: Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3..

Wednesday, March 10, 2004

Chris Rock Thing 

A woman in New York gets Chris Rock's old cell phone number. She subsequently gets to chat with Spike Lee, Jack Nicholsan, etc....

Tuesday, March 09, 2004

HP to Release DVD Writer with Label "Scribing" 

HP is set to release a new DVD Writer "invention" which makes use of the same laser it uses to burn data, to etch images on the label side of the disc. The device is set for release to consumers in about 6 months, and will cost an average of $10 more than comparable DVD writers without this feature, and the disc media will cost about .10 cents more each. Personally, I look forward to owning one of these.

Monday, March 08, 2004

Interview with Molyneux on Future of Game Design 

Here's an interview with Peter Molyneux on the current and future of game design:

A History of Video Game Controversy 

Gamespot has posted an in-depth article on the history of controversies video games have caused (or brought upon themselves) throughout their history.


Friday, March 05, 2004

Buy stamps to send e-mail 

Bill Gates has a suggested to fix spam, you have to charge money to send e-mail. Makes sense at first, but eventually, if you start with a fixed cost, it will start to increase, and eventually the price of the 'stamp' will go up... I mean how many emails would you send if it cost you $.05 an email? Look at text messaging on phones for example...

Microsoft Gadget Keeps Record of Your Life 

This is pretty interesting, a Microsoft gadget that keeps a record of your life.

Valve Survey Summary 

Valve is undergoing a study of PC Gamers. It's survey asks for the hardware that the typical gamer is running. Pretty interesting results, if you ask me.

Fleece so valuable it's locked in bank vault 

CNN has an article on the worl'ds most valuble fleece locked in bank vault.

Wednesday, March 03, 2004

Sam&Max Sequel Cancelled 

Hmmm... first the "Full Throttle" sequel got cencelled, and now, the Sam & Max sequel is cancelled. I can't believe it... I guess George is concentrating on milking his $tar War$ franchi$e some more.

Tuesday, March 02, 2004

Fake popcorn butter caused disease 

Well, most people know that the movie theater butter, and the microwave popcorn butter is not real... but this article makes it even more scarier.

Time Machine brings Famicom / NES titles to your Gameboy Advance 

Lik Sang has a preview of Time Machine. It's an emulator for Gameboy that allows you to plug in and play NES games.

RFID Tags in New US Notes Explode When You Try to Microwave Them 

From Slashdot, as the article says, yes, the the new US twenties have RFID Tags that explode when you try to microwave them!

Monday, March 01, 2004

EA President Slams N-Gage 

From gamesindustry.biz, comes an article where the EA President publicly Slams N-Gage.

World's Smallest RC copter? 

The Pixelito is perhaps the world's smallest, lightest remote controlled helicopter. The inventor really skimped on unecessary parts, such as a canopy, in order to maintain the lightest weight possible. Videos and pictures are available.


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