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How not to program by unknownfile at 6:57 PM EST on November 28, 2006
Watch this video and see what happens when you don't program something correctly.
In UF's e-Box by unknownfile at 3:55 PM EST on November 29, 2006
some new pics now available in the IDIOT CLUB. It will be aired as part of ESPN's Monday Night Countdown pre-game show. Exciting news coming in the next few days. Our focus should be not on emerging technologies but on emerging cultural practices. Online video sharing sites have become a high in-demand online type of service because they allow small independent publishers the ability to publish video files of almost any size without problems.
and congrats to IDIOT Dreaminsarbear who won the August contest! One year later, the devastation is still fresh in our minds, and we'd like to keep it in yours. Text-messaging service lets you send sms to a large group of people and manage evens from any mobile phones Mobile IM application enables you. All this and more, in sparkling Quicktime video no less. It may be cheap to buy, but it is not cheaply made.
The talented and generous bloggers in this study candidly offer thoughts and ideas on how to succeed in the blogosphere, how to promote your blog.
grass-fed meats, and seasonal produce.
Check these new media latest entries let us know what you think of them. It's now available to view on greenday. you'll want to be here.
well only if you don't die. Our mission is to help aspiring authors market their free RPG games and promote the roleplaying genre. everything, beginning with another Idiot Club Giveaway.
In Round Table, every skill is based upon a stat, and replaces it when making checks.
Photo credit: alxm Collaborative synchronized media player allows you to watch, fast forward and rewind video clips with other remote userrs.
Other rpgs like Dungeons and Dragons have all the expensive books and materials that you need to have to play. Exciting news coming in the next few days.
If you're bitten and die, you'll turn into one that much faster. send in your info and we'll get you up on the contest page! Online ordering is available.
check your mail soon! Death means you keep playing - only now you're a zombie and your goal is to turn everyone else into zombies while the survivors try to kill you.
With the development and advance of recent technologies such as wikis, blogs, podcasting and file sharing this model is challenged and community-driven services are gaining influence rapidly.
Normally, bloggers and other small independent publishers have only a limited amount of space on their web service provider server to upload additional files to be published on their web. This mini-guide of online video sharing sites should give you a good reference to find your preferred online video publishing outlet.
grass-fed meats, and seasonal produce.
However, the people at the head of the demo refused to start marching unless all the detainees were freed.
Recently, however, a plot hatched by a cabal of paranormals was uncovered.
If you do not have the skill, use the basic attribute score instead.
The game's set wherever you're playing the game - and whatever you can see around you right now is allowed to be described as being in the game.
The contemporary media landscape is:. send in your info and we'll get you up on the contest page! It's now available to view on greenday. send in your info and we'll get you up on the contest page!
The farm provides an integrated context for educational and spiritual development programs for young people and adults.
Blip Festival Day 1 by hcs at 3:48 AM EST on December 1, 2006
The recording idea failed due to a) stupidity b) lousy equipment.
8bitpeoples will be producing a DVD anyway, so those who were interested will get their chance to see the festivities.
And now, sleep.

edited 3:49 AM EST December 1, 2006
Jag ar flints, bitch by unknownfile at 11:26 AM EST on December 1, 2006
Today was a teacher's birthday. Since he's bald, we made his theme song "Let the Basskick (Jag ar Flints)" from Live Svajklubb. We played the song today in his honor.

Also, now that the recording idea has failed, what are you going to do with the equipment?
by hcs at 11:48 AM EST on December 1, 2006
I am going to return it ("this sucks, giveth my back mine monies") and use the money to buy shirts and CDs at the show :)
Blip Festival Day 2 by hcs at 6:08 AM EST on December 2, 2006

Picked up a few CDs. Herbert Weixelbaum was awesome, as was Rabato (not to say the others weren't also awesome, but these guys really stood out!)
Banninated! by unknownfile at 10:46 PM EST on December 3, 2006
Recent events caused me to write this song. I hope to perform it. *ahem*

*takes out guitar*
*strumma strumma strumma strumma*
OW, OW, OW *headbanging*



*mild applause*

edited 10:47 PM EST December 3, 2006
Blip Fesitval Day 3&4 by hcs at 11:43 PM EST on December 4, 2006
First, you should listen to Herbert Weixelbaum's bline, he opened with it on Day 2 and it is one of the most awesome things I've ever heard.

Day 3:
I made it in time for the end of the This Spartan Life screening and for all of 8 Bit, which was a fairly interesting documentary (the sort of thing I might want to show my family to explain what the hell I'm into :)
The show...
I finally got over my antisocialness and met virt, chibi-tech, and others whose names utterly escape me. The show was great, can't really do it justice in words... Bud Melvin was funny and skilled, TouchBoy did a 20 minute (at least) mix that had me spazzing to the beat the whole time, don't let me leaving a name off the list indicate that they weren't awesome, virt has a much more detailed rundown of everyone.
I stayed for the whole show, which ended after 2 AM, which meant I missed the last train out of Penn Station, so I took the PATH with virt, Prozax, and cibi-tech back to Jersey. I then waited two hours in Newark for the next train, walked a few miles home from the train station, and promptly passed out.

Day 4:
This was the day of the Big Names... Jeroen Tel is incredibly good at what he does, and a good showman, too, picking the notes out of the air (though not nearly as energetic as, say, Nullsleep). Portalenz was great, after they instructed everyone to "BUY OUR CDs" I went over to the CD sale section and said "I want to buy their CDs", two of which are nice low-volume productions exclusive to blip festival with handwritten labels.
YMCK was just as crazy-cute-happy JPop as one might expect, a bit too happy for me.
Neil Voss seems not to perform very often, his music was great but he was pretty much just standing up there pressing buttons (not that that wasn't what nearly everyone else was doing, but they looked a lot more excited about it). He reminded me vaguely of Elijah Wood. After his set I stalked him around the room for a while until I could get his attention, introduced myself, complemented his work, and asked him about USF.
"Have you ever heard of USF?"
"I think so, but I'm not sure why..."
"It's a ripped format for N64 music-"
"Oh, yeah, Ultra Sound Format."
It turned out that not only had he heard of it, he had downloaded the player and rips and was entertained at how accurately it reproduced the bugs in the original playback software. He took down my email address and signed my program with "ROCK THE USF'S".
Took the PATH back again (I had taken it in this time, it actually makes more sense than the other route I'd taken), then helped chibi-tech run across Newark Penn Station with his luggage so we could make the train that was already in the station.

Best 4 days ever. Despite the troubles associated with getting there and back, and the huge amount of money I spent on transportation, food, and CDs, I regret nothing. I took some pictures with a black and white disposable camera that I bought from a guy who kept trying to sell me a digital camera at lower prices, but at that point I was almost out of cash.

edited 11:50 PM EST December 4, 2006
by unknownfile at 10:51 PM EST on December 7, 2006
Spent some time in #adc on Rizon, and we were having a discussion on philias. It was pretty hilarious, but then THIS happened:

<DarkLancer> i wanna know the fetish of fucking a vacuum
by hcs at 1:35 PM EST on December 8, 2006

edited 1:47 PM EST December 8, 2006

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