Yes, I still play World of Warcraft. The next expansion, World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, is being released at midnight (Pacific time) tonight (Monday). I know people taking this week off to play this new expansion, so just in case you find a lot of people calling in sick or on vacation this week: that’s why.
16-color graphic goodness: 10 Awesome Vintage Video Games You Can Play Online (via The Presurfer)
A demonstration of Crayon Physics Deluxe: I’m not big on games, but this one intrigued me: the goal is to get a ball to touch a star by drawing objects that obey the laws of physics. Draw something in the sky and it will fall; draw a wheel and it will roll; draw a pendulum and it will swing. Here’s an imaginative solution for one of the simpler levels:
I’ve owned a VIC-20, Nintendo, and Super Nintendo. I currently own a Nintendo 64 and a Playstation 2, which I rarely play. Yet, I still read about new games and the industry. Here are the games I own: For the PC: World Of Warcraft I bought this because everyone in the universe bought it. I haven’t played it yet. I’m easily influenced. Need For Speed: Most Wanted Greg got me
Road Sign Math: The first time I saw this sign the math stunned me. It seemed so obvious and straightforward. I was surprised to not see a designated area to pull-off the side of the road and take a picture like some sort of scenic overlook or historic landmark. There should have been a line of cars observing this unique oddity. A site for posting photos of road signs that