Monthly Archives: February 2009

More on Jeanne

To quote myself from a few days ago, on the topic of Jeanne D’arc: “Those minor things aside, serious thumbs up. It’s challenging, it’s satisfying, and – tragic lack of catgirls aside – it’s awfully pretty.” Well, how was I … Continue reading

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Proving the depths of my ineptitude

So, I found out a couple of days ago that Valve put out a free sort-of-level of Half Life 2 as a tech demo for some lighting engine they’d worked up. I quite enjoyed Half Life 2, regardless of the … Continue reading

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Crappy EULAs

OK, there’s no way to start this 100% tastefully, but I trust you’ll forgive. I was in the men’s room at school, and the bottom roll of paper had run out, so I was trying to figure out how to … Continue reading

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Sony missed an incredible opportunity

After having finished Resistance : Fall Of Man this last weekend, thanks largely to my gamerspouse buddy coming over – I didn’t make it through the FIRST LEVEL playing solo, even on Normal difficulty – I realized that Sony missed … Continue reading

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Milestones and money

So, didn’t get fired today.  Actually quite a nice meeting, it seems that we are bucking the trend and doing all right despite the crashing economy.  We have more customers than the year before, delivered more products in less time, … Continue reading

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I am become death, apparently

I’m not sure how to feel about this. I’m a believer, personally, in staying the hell home when I’m sick instead of going in to work. I meet a lot of other people who feel the same way, and I … Continue reading

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Media Transfer Progression

Things are humming along nicely.  In the 3 days since I finished transferring the last of the audiocassettes, I’ve gotten ten out of the thirty minidiscs – the thirty minidiscs that actually have content unique to them, that is, content … Continue reading

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