Monthly Archives: June 2008

Top 10 books.

I’ve been sadly remiss in posting to my blog this month. Other things have taken precedence – work primarily, as well as a small side project I have going.I’ve made a decision for a new project. In honor of the … Continue reading

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RIP George Carlin.

I can’t quite believe he’s gone – the guy was awesomeness itself.He helped me look at things I took for granted in a different way, and also gave me many belly laughs at the same time.This guy will be missed.

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The Quote Machine

You may have noticed that I have quotes appearing in the header of my site (or may not, if you are reading this via RSS).I spent a bit of time and built a Quote Machine using PHP and MySQL and … Continue reading

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Back up V 1.1!!

Well, I succumbed to feature creep and added a couple of new features to my little back it app – it now logs all that it copies / removes and also you can mark directories as “root directories” now – … Continue reading

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The Jace Hall Show

I don’t quite know what to say.From Crackle: Jace Hall: ANIMATED INTRO (LONG VERSION)Behold it’s awesomeness.Jason Hall is a massive individual, not just in terms of physical size (although he IS massive) but also in terms of making stuff happen … Continue reading

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Goodbye Awesome Game Designer

Just saw this on Harvey Smiths blog“Great game designer and great human being: http://www.erickwujcik.com/We lost someone good and that just sucks.

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A new C# Project – or I Love C#

Do you do a lot of backing up to external drives? I have 3 300G USB external drives I use for my backing up. Trouble is I grab stuff from all over the place in my 6 drive File Server … Continue reading

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Kotaku and Joystiq, sitting in a tree…

Here’s one for the real gaming crowd! Can these two websites – Kotaku and Joystiq finally just get married and be done with it? The only way I can tell the difference between the two sites is basically the color … Continue reading

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