I don’t even want to begin to explain how wrong this is.
Where is free speech in today’s world? If the Supreme Court has any shred of dignity left, they’ll repel it in due time.
Holy shit, this is awesome.
Haha, this is so awesome.
Jesus Christ. I’m speechless.
Mike Matei reviews Skyward Sword.
This is really cool, except for the fact that it was compressed into a .rar file, which Linux doesn’t support by default. I had to download a third-party program that uncompresses them, then took the liberty to re-compress it into a .tar.gz file for Linux users and uploaded it to my MediaFire account. Yes, it may not seem like a big deal, but it effectively limits the amount of people who can download it because of a stupid proprietary archive format.
Obama is a hypocritical goon. I don’t have any faith in this country at this point. When do we finally get a competent president?
God damn it, everything is in New York. Hey, event-scheduling people, Bostonians have needs too. Care about us. :(
Where have you been all my life? I’ve been reading this comic all day. It’s hilarious and nonsensical — the drawings are gorgeous, as well. I encourage everyone to check it out. I’m currently half-way through Episode 04. :D
I think this is my favorite flash game of all time. It was pretty challenging; the different laws were especially innovative. The story and music were superb, as well. This gives me some hope for my own game. :D
Interesting article. Valve definitely has the right attitude when approaching piracy. Too many companies now a days have stupid DRM and online passes that diminish the value of the game, giving people more reason to pirate the game. Valve gives people reason to buy their games because of the quality of their content, not because of stupid piracy prevention techniques that hinder how much control people have over their game. Hopefully other companies will follow in Valve’s footsteps.
This kid is insane; he’s so young and better at fighting games than I am. Landing his own clothing line is pretty fucking insane, also. He has a whole future ahead of him if he keeps this up. Who knows, he may grow up to be the next Daigo Umehara or Latif.
A beautifully crafted article about the last 20 years of the Linux community. Someday in the future, Linux should come pre-installed on computers and have mainstream 3rd party support. Hey, a man can dream, can’t he? I encourage everyone to at least try Linux out. Who knows, you may end up liking it. Once I made the switch, it was impossible to go back to using Windows. Here’s to another strong 20 years of open source goodness. :)