- BROADCAST: Procedural Generation and Simulation in DWARF FORTRESS (April 22nd)
- Physicists continue work to abolish time as fourth dimension of space
- Chinese Coup Rumors Run Wild Online, Then Disappear
- Understanding the Second-Generation of Behavior Trees – #AltDevConf
- NSScreencast: Bite-sized Screencasts for iOS Development
- C# for Gaming: Slides
- C# for Gaming: AltDevConf This Weekend
- Game Development Essentials #1 - Don’t use inheritance for your game objects
- Obvious Engine: a vision-based augmented reality engine for indie games
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Monthly Archives: May 2005
Is it possible that the only real motivation for Everton to spend £15m in the space of two weeks is to make it absolutely impossible for the FA to take away our Champions League place? Like, you can’t have our … Continue reading
I’m sure this won’t make up for the fact that I never email her, but Vikki very kindly passed this on to me. Total volume of music files on my computer: 15GB at work, about 30MB on my laptop (I … Continue reading
Could it be the start of Channel 9 at the BBC? On the 26th of May, the BBC’s going to televise one of its editorial meetings. Pete Clifton, editor of of the the BBC News website, says: It may well … Continue reading
Joe Duffy demonstrates how to use C# 2.0′s iterators to implement ultra-lightweight concurrency. Very, very nice, but you can’t help but wonder if hiding so much magic behind the new yield keyword (and elsewhere – C# is dripping with syntactic … Continue reading
Started seeing http://www.topicblogs.com/ crawling the site. Only one mention on Technorati. Topic blogs, eh? Maybe some uber-related-tags kind of thing? Who knows. WHOIS and Google suggest this guy. Good luck!
Scroll down a bit for an excellent discussion of WikiNames and the Fibonnaci series. Plus, via Hamish, a different kind of aptitude test.
Finally! The Today Programme has one of these: . Never again will you miss John Humphrys’ 8:10 argument clinic.
Super! I’m the top result on Google for frightening attacks. Update: No longer. Oh, Google. How fickle you are. Maybe you can give me my name soon? I should be writing more here, but I’m not finding the time. Trying … Continue reading
Well, the BBC’s updated the list of programmes available to download. As far as I can tell, there aren’t any new RSS-enclosurised, genuine, 100% podcasts. I’ll check again tomorrow. Update: you’ll probably want this list of available shows.