Archive: September 2011

So, I’ve come to the eurogamer expo for the Saturday. I got in just in time to get into the Bioware session, which consisted of the founders doing a history of Bioware and what they believe is important for games.

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By Paul Ford in The Morning News, The Age of Mechanical Reproduction. By Paul Ford on Ftrain.com, Welcome to the Company.

My dream computer is probably a phone. It’s a box, about phone sized, with a full-size touch screen, Wifi and Mobile data capability, running unix based OS with touch-screen optimised UI, and having enough data storage to put the majority

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Things that are happening: I’m playing Deus Ex, still, but currently short-term distracted by Rock of Ages, which is what happens if you drop a Tower Defence game into Marble Madness, and then give the artistic direction to someone who

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Cenote, the server which hosts Aquarionics and 64 other sites of varying complexity, has better things to do than spend its CPU and bandwidth on static content. It’s set up with a memory-limited version of Apache (which I can retune

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