Archive: September 2007

Lastgraph is cool. Lastgraph is a Thingy – technical web-dev term alert, see more of those when my company releases ‘Stuff’ ‘Whatsemacallits’ and ‘Thingamabobs’ in a future content release – that takes your last.fm data and turns it into a

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Today has mostly been spent playing Super Paper Mario. Which is crack. And has an evil bad-guy who narrates his actions in the third person. And kidnaps Princess Peach (suprise) and Bowser (Hmm?) to force them to marry each other.

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Because I am a Valve Fanboy, I preordered the Orange Box, which will contain Half Life: Episode 2 (Which is the second part of Half-Life 3, confusingly enough), Portal (An action/puzzle game involving – come on, you’ll never guess –

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So. I am not a massive fan of Second Life, though I do have an account there – as Jascain Switchblade – which I visit on occasion. I dislike it because I don’t like the interface, I find the graphics

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From Monkey Island: (The fact that this video appears to be titled “A pirate I was mean’t” to be just makes my brain hurt) And, while we’re on Monkey Island, here’s “Press Play on Tape”: playing it: And, returning to

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Interestingly, it appears I have now actually been with a startup long enough to launch a brand new product. So, we – and by ‘We’ I mean “some of us and the lead designer” – went off to San Francisco

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Recharge brain. Laundry Methods to do this: Mindless flash games. Mystery Case File (Which is basically “find these objects in this picture” done on computers, but done with skill and artistry. Plus: three quid.) Bioshock (Put on hold because I

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From the the ex-maxis creator of Tower of Goo, Kyle Gabler. Comes this: World of Goo Gameplay TrailerUploaded by 2dboy

So, this weekend I went to Maelstrom, which is a LARP event. Further updates will appear at some point in the IC Diary. If you want to know more about the setting, you can watch the promotional video (Which, Maelstromers,

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