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16 April, 2005

That new computer smell… uh oh
Filed under: — Psychochild @ 9:20 PM

I’ve been MIA a few days because I’ve been putting together a new computer system. After doing a bit of consulting work, I took some of the money I made and bought myself a new system. Ah, then the fun started.

See, I’m mostly a software geek. I can make a computer do amazing things with a few lines of code. However, I’m mostly cursed when it comes to hardware.
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12 April, 2005

Chess: The Review
Filed under: — Psychochild @ 3:24 PM

I’ve been busy lately. Got a few book review drafts I’m working on, but those take a while to do right. So, pardon me if thing are a bit slow around here currently, just that time of year.

Damion Schubert pointed out a wonderful review of chess. I got a good chuckle out of it because it says a lot about game development and game journalism, even though it looks like it was written at least 5 years ago.
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2 April, 2005

Flash Game Review
Filed under: — Psychochild @ 11:56 PM

I’ve been enjoying a site called “Jay Is Games” which reviews Flash, Java, and Downloadable games. There’s even a few mentions of more traditional games, plus little bits of tech news. I’ve had a lot of fun looking through the recommended list of games.

Although most of these games are pretty small and short, most are still a lot of fun. I highly recommend checking out the site, but do it when you have several hours you can spend playing games. :)

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