Also, stand legion against the evil forces in the world.
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It was recently revealed on the Interwebs that we have all been rickroll’d during all those years when playing Chrono Trigger. This is Robo’s Theme mixed with the all famous Never Gonna give You Up by Rick Astley (Aka “Rickroll”)
The mix is unfinished and was made by someone who remains Anonymous.
This is some cool shit that Graffiti Research Lab Vienna presented 24C3. As far as I understand, this is how to do it: You’re using a projector and a digital video camera, forming a closed loop system, where data is fed back into system. You project an image to a wall that you also film with the camera. After calibration you can point a laser point to the wall. The camera sees this point of light and draws light on the area of projection.
Ever heard of subliminal split frame marketing? Guess what, I just fell for it in an SMW hack video on YouTube. (Although you could just argue it was a glitch.)
This hack is the awesome kind where the creator actually put some effort into his (or her) hack. Download it from here: http://www.smwcentral.net/?p=showhack&id=363
I have now installed Commentluv, which is a Wordpress plugin that looks for the latest blog entry on your blog, if you post a link to a blog with an RSS feed.
I recently bought a DSPhat, (And an M3Real, report and review may come) but I almost got a used black DSlite for the same price, but the seller didn’t call me back before I bought the phat. But now I realize what I really wanted was a transparent one. Just look at this delicious thing by braineatingalienkyle.
Although there just might be some hope for my Phattie considering link me beautiful.
For those who play Teslatron on Globalfun, I’ve made a new color chooser. Apparently I’ve reached some legendary status because I created a color chooser some years ago. Anyway, here’s my Globalfun Teslatron Color Chooser 2.0.
This post doesn’t make sense for non-tesla-players, so if you’re one of them, just disregard it.
Crayon Physics is a simple but compelling game whose objective is to move a ball across the playfield to the goal. (A star) The game implements a full-fletched 2D physics motor and your only tool is the ability to draw shapes with your mouse. When you do so they react accordingly by falling due to gravity, moving other objects or bouncing. Now I’m just waiting for Crayon Physics Deluxe, where you can draw ther shaped than rectangles.