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Link Time 11/11/08

November 11, 2008



It’s link time boys and girls!

And here’s a couple of interesting experiments in game design.

  • I Wish I Were the Moon is a cute little flash game that should take about five minutes of your time.
  • Aisle is an interesting take on the genre of interactive fiction. Specifically, you only get to input one command before the “game” is over.

O, an I can haz cheezburger naow?


Boreded Ceiling Cat makinkgz Urf n stuffs

November 10, 2008

There are some crazy people around the world, and we all love them.

The LOLCat bible is almost done, you’re welcome to have a look at

A small example from Esther 6

10 king sez “k. u can giv cheezburgrs to mordecai. also horsy ride, shiny clothz and shiny king hat.”11 so haman led mordecai thru town n said “see wot happenz wen king laiks u!”12 n mordecai went bak 2 kings gayte but haman went home all mizzerble.

The meaning of life

November 6, 2008

Just to share a few of the latest’s xkcds





edit: for the meanwhile, upload images unto the blog and insert them as thumbnails. -Eilam

History, As Recorded By Giant Dorks. Also: Clouds.

November 5, 2008

First, do yourselves a favor and check these out.

Now that that’s out of the way, we can talk about Valve and how awesome they are.

They’ll be introducing Steam Cloud pretty soon. This next bit is stolen from Rock Paper Shotgun:

Steam Cloud is a feature for Steam which, when implemented, allows players to store their save games and game configurations on Steam’s servers, rather than their own computers. With Steam you can access your games from any computer, so long as you’ve bought them on your account, but you’d have to start the game from scratch or carry your saves around with you. So the idea is, with your saves and configs stored on Steam, you can just pick up and carry on whichever computer you use.

❤ Valve