April 24, 2006

Go play Dubloons!

John Laird's Senior Computer Game Design class is required to create a final game at the end of their semesters work, he was kind enough to show me some of the winners this morning. They can be found here: 494 Showcase Games. The ones you want are Dubloons, a quickie ship attacks ship game. You basically order your dudes to fight, pump or defend. It's great stuff. Strife is a sort of star-controlesque inspired tank game.

April 22, 2006

Floss 3 is up!

This time I interview my pal Rob Malda, I'm pretty happy with how it went. Go check it out: TWiT.tv/floss3

April 20, 2006

A note to our friends in the spam trade...and a note about Floss Weekly 3

I don't speak:

Chinese.
Dutch.
Japanese
Korean

And a variety of other languages.

What also baffles me is why, pray tell, do they think I'll buy their pump and dump otc stocks?

Sigh. 2:22am and spam as far as the eye can see.

More later...car picking me up in an hour, heading to Michigan. Floss weekly will be a little late this week, going to interview some pals down there, re-enact a little Geeks in Space or something :-)

April 15, 2006

Open Sources 2.0 is up on Archive.org!

This is very exciting! My second book is up on the Internet Archive. I'm sure you'll buy it, but now you can make sure you want it first: Internet Archive:Open Sources 2.0: the continuing evolution.

April 12, 2006

Second(ish) PodCast recorded.

The second Floss Weekly should be up on Twit.tv and iTunes on Friday. Check it out. For this show, I brought along Ben Goodger. Next week I want to have Jeremy Allison as my guest. (He reads the blog :-), Hi Jeremy. )

Something like 14,000 people listened (or downloaded, anyhow) to the debut show and Apple chose it as a New and Notable technology podcast, which was really neat. Thanks Apple! Anyhow, go ahead and subscribe to the podcast and be sure to listen.

April 8, 2006

Podcast is up!

Check it out: TWiT.tv. Let me know if you like it.

April 7, 2006

See Ya Nelson

We'll Miss Ya

All hail open source clustering..

Neat google map of OSCAR: Registered OSCAR clusters around the world. Oscar took part in the Summer of Code and posted this cool map of available clusters.

April 1, 2006

April Fool

So I love all the April foolishness, but something caught my eye, and so I went back to last year and double checked out my alma mater, I think that there are less people getting modded up to 5 on April 1st. I could postulate as to why, but that would be boring, and, you know, OMG PONIES!!!! But it was interesting to me. And, since, you know, Egofood is about -my- ego....I posted about it. And thus, the needs of my narcissism are served.