Well, given a wonderful kitchen, a new city to explore and a quite amount of free time, never been before I am involved in making assorted pizza variants (mini-pizza, lamb, tuna, tofu), tika scampi, plenty of sushi rolls, fried rice, naan bread, fried noodles, brownies, baked banana, cranberry rolls (the picture above), and some others… Read more »
Monthly Archives:: March 2008
Well, ray tracing into a sparse voxel octree might be inspiring, but for the time being, Toni’s Shredz64, which is essentially the Commodore 64 version of Guitar Hero, is tantalizing!
Who am I to write this one? But, really, it is what I observe in the last couple of years watching some open-sourced projects die slowly. Start with something big. Imagine you want to create a next-gen music player, sort of Amarok-killer. Don’t worry about skinning, lastfm integration, support for Oracle DB, automation with infrared… Read more »
If AIR is supposed to mean Adobe Integrated Runtime, calling it Adobe AIR sounds a bit awkward, right?
At the time I check Planet KDE, it is for high school while Planet GNOME requires junior high school level. Strangely, my website is only for genius (no wonder I myself could not understand it). Someone knows the algorithm behind that detector?
Finally the long wait is over! In The Forbidden Kingdom, for the first time we are going to see the fantastic Jet Li and Jacky Chan together. Not so much about the story has been revealed. The plot might not be that unusual and even it is likely quite predictable (but who knows until we… Read more »