Following on from some very helpful comments i’ve found the embed code Since i’m not hosting my own wordpress blog i can’t embed it directly so just click HERE (you’ll probably need to install Sliverlight first though!) David Overton has also done some screen grabs of how to create a mashup so go check that out
My name is Andy and i’m a Desktop Tower Defense-a holic After spotting it the other day i can’t tear myself away from it.I love this game! First proper go on the “normal” level and i managed to beat it…just! View my map here!
*-* Updated *-* Looks like you can’t view the pages unless your on the alpha too! I’ll take a look to see if this is true or not *-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-* After the annoucement of Popfly a couple of weeks ago i was keen to see it in action Today i received an invite to the alpha so
Go check this out – Desktop Tower Defense I’ll warn you though..it’ll take up so much of your time!! There is a bit of back story about the developer (and how it’s making him rich!) here which is where i first picked it up from. Almost straight after reading that there was a similar post on
I picked up this book from a book shop in Coventry for £2 at the weekend First couple of chapters show promise and it’s had me wondering down an electronic memory lane!
There is an article over on CNET about the greatest game controllers of all time Obviously it’s all down to opinion so thought i’d add some comments of my own Atari 2600 While this is a classic i actually preffered the Atari CX24 joystick as it was so comfortable to hold SNES I would go as
The BBC is reporting about industry backing for a tool to battle spam It’s called DomainKeys Identified Mail and works by using digital signatures. The organisation that is setting this up can be found here Nice idea in practise but first thing that sprang to mind was “What happened to Sender ID & SPF?” There is
As way of apology i thought i’d link to Matt McSpirit’s blog Why the appology? I left a comment on his post “SCVMM – the worlds longest acronym?” saying that SCVMM isn’t actually an acronym RAM, RAID (pun not intentional), ROM and BIOS are all examples of acronyms as they form a new noun Random
I’m quite interested to see how this works out. A new company called Zink, embed dye crystals actually within the paper and then use heat to set the colour. It means that printers are effectively a little bit bigger than the paper and you can put it anywhere What about a mobile phone that prints out
I vaguely remember reading about this sometime ago but stumbled across it again today The Optimus Maximus Keyboard replaces each button with a tiny led display. This means you can change the image on each button to anything you like. It will even do moving images! Very cool They are currently taking pre-orders for December 2007!!!