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Showing posts from October, 2007

Open Up Gaming!

When I talk about Gaming, I refer to Computer Gaming. I define Gaming as the process from conceptualizing the game, to designing it, implementing it, testing it and releasing it to a community, which makes further modifications (Mods) and makes it even more popular. The problem is, with people's needs for employment, money and popularity, game developers have forgotten the fact that a game is about having fun, rather about licensing, legal documents thrown around and finally, restricting the user's choice on what he can play it on. Let us look at the current bitchin' (real bitches) issues in gaming: 1. Halo3 is developed exclusively for the XBox 360. To increase the sales of the 360. 2. DirectX 10 is exclusively Windows Vista only. So Microsoft could put 'Windows just got better (again!)' and increase Vista sales. Sites like this advertise that by moving to Vista, they can get better quality graphics. This is a lie, and Microsoft did not backport DX10 to XP/2000

The meaning of Life rev2

Just a few days ago, there was this article on parallel universes. Let me now explain why I think we are all numbers . You will understand this article if you are aware of how they are represented using the binary notation . If you're not the mathematical kind, just try to follow the non-geeky explanation. It also might give you an idea why I think the inverse of infinity is not zero, but a number which doesn't exist, called the no-number. First, there was no-number. And then it splits into the alternative, the number. Then were two numbers: 0 and 1. 0 represented non-existence, 1 represented life. When we say that non-existence is there, I'm saying it doesn't exist, but things do go on in there, but they'll never be like us because they don't exist. I believe the next division occurred when God was there and life existed, and wasn't. Again, 0 and 1. Now we have three numbers: 1 <- Life 01 <- Life without God 11 <- Life with God Now, it basically g