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That's right, it is back!

I had read it was only going to be featured on Xbox for now, but they are showing it on the MSN Video website as well.  Episode 1 and 2 are both available.

Yay!

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Serenity made in the game Spore!

Has anyone played the game yet?  What do you think?

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Alliance or Horde version

Of course, as Slashdot says, "Unfortunately for purchasers, the laptop won't boot on Tuesday mornings until early afternoon, and some days you just won't be able to log in."

Links!

May. 1st, 2007 01:44 pm
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I've been so busy I haven't been able to do these in a while.  Even if you aren't interested in particle physics, the comparison between the two science stories I have below is very telling about the state of American corporate media, in my opinion.


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Feb. 21st, 2007 01:58 pm
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  • Technology
    • Invasion of the techie tots How technolgy savvy kids are changing the toy industry.
    • A rough week for free speech? An interesting summary of three different free speech on the internet issues: Amazon selling illegal gaming magazines, YouTube removing video of a guy using verses from the Koran arguing that they promote cruelty, and cyber-bullying.

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Oct. 11th, 2006 07:24 am
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Aug. 15th, 2006 01:47 pm
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I didn't find many interesting links over the past few days, but then today I discovered a lot. Here they all are.

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Jul. 31st, 2006 01:35 pm
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  • Gaming
  • Movies
    • Natural Born Heroes
      An article specifically about the new Oliver Stone movie World Trade Center, but that makes more general and interesting comments about how the portrayal of 9/11 has changed through time in various art forms.
  • Technology
    • Big Mother is Watching
      By using electronic tracking and payment, school cafeteria's can report to parents on what their kids are buying, or even block them from buying specified foods.
    • Moguls of New Media
      A very interesting article about the "stars" of social networking sites.

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  • Books
  • Gaming
    • Spore Lives Up to the Hype
      More on the new game Spore. Definitely check out the slideshow which brings up many possible affects on everything from eduction to intellectual property.
  • Science
  • Technology
    • 10 Oddest iPod Accessories
      My favorite is the docking station/toilet paper roll holder (I'm not kidding!).
    • Robberies rise, escape wtih your iPod
      Speaking of iPods, an article about the rise in robberies in the UK being attributed to the players, and some inentive methods to hide them.
    • Social Networking Gets Political
      A new blog site, essembly, is coming up that links people by political views. The article not only details this, but also talks about specialized blog sites versus specialized communites on large blog sites. This, combined with an invite for another site I received earlier this week, leads me to the question, how many blog sites do you belong too? And how many would you consider too much? Would you prefer a singular site with many different communities, or many smaller specialized sites that you can check for each of your interests? I think someone should do a poll.

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Jul. 13th, 2006 11:21 am
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I realize I don't post very often, but at the sametime I am always pointing out interesting links/articles/whatnots to [personal profile] wordplay. So I thought I would start trying to combine the two. Today is a science heavy day, but that won't always be the case.

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