1559 readersNow many of you are expecting this post to be about the lack of Flash on the iPad or about the future of HTML 5. While those issues are important, there are actually much larger issues facing the web development community. These issues are not necessarily negative, but they will change the way we all
1631 readersPhotographers use their cameras to freeze special moments in different places around the world to let us enjoy it and learn about new experiments rather than the scenes we watch around us every day.Creative photos hold many aspects than just beautiful shot, the creative photos use colors, light and contrast ...
2026 readersIn this article, the author is a bit half-crazed… bantering that OOP is dead in light of entity/component systems. However, if you can get past that, it’s a good read on the benefits of composing game objects using only composition (instead of complex inheritance): http://t-machine.org/index.php/2007/09/03/entity-systems-are-the-future-of-mmog-development-part-1/ An example approach to implement an entity system might be
2492 readersFirst off, Happy New Year and Happy New Decade to one and all. By the end of 2010, I hope I’m a better programmer than in 2009. In order to be a better programmer I need to have a good resolution. I’d like to do something better this year while not abandoning good habits I’ve
1248 readers[ 28 December 2009; ] Show Your Photos to the World If you are a photographer seeking an opportunity to display your images at an art gallery for art connoisseurs, potential buyers or the public to view, you may be interested in the Focal Resolution-1 Photography Show. Focal Resolution-1 is calling for photographers from around
1099 readersI’m digging this stylish, super-short music video by Scott Benson. It’s for The World/Inferno Friendship Society’s track Please My Favorite Don’t Be Sad. Benson, who is based in Pittsburgh, used Flash, Photoshop and After Effets. Related posts No related posts.
1520 readersIf you are looking for the “World’s Most Powerful Flashlight” then look no further. This is no joke, the Torch is currently being reviewed by The Guinness Book of World Records. With a retina damaging 4100 lumens of light, the Torch can also melt plastic, light paper on fire within seconds, and even fry an egg
6307 readersA very challenging game which is an extension of the classic 'Lights Out' puzzle. The goal is to click on the lights until you can get them all to be green. Clicking on a light will change its color, but also the color of all of the neighbor lights att...
7304 readersA very challenging game which is an extension of the classic 'Lights Out' puzzle. The goal is to click on the lights until you can get them all to be green. Clicking on a light will change
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