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Saturday, April 28, 2001

DirectX and Wine

Newsforge has an interesting article on TransGaming's efforts to bring DirectX to Wine. Wine allows Windows programs to run under Linux. Creating an abstraction layer for DirectX would be a mammoth undertaking. If they can pull it off, I'll be able to leave Windows and take my games with me. Thanks Linux Today.

Friday, April 27, 2001

Jim Dosé Interview

Quakeidge interviewed id's Jim Dosé. About what, I can't be entirely sure. This much I do know: it is the first time I've ever laughed out loud at an interview. I'm relatively certain those were not the answers the reviewer was looking for, but they are infinitely better nonetheless. Thanks loonyboi.

Team Haus Update

Here's a little update on Team Haus, our efforts to use our computers to help find a cure for cancer. As of this evening, Team Haus is nine members strong. We have donated a combined 204 days of CPU time to the effort. Are you interested in helping us out? Check our Team Haus page and sign up!

Google: Usenet Back to 1995

Google now has the old Deja News Usenet archive online back to 1995! Pretty slick stuff, and something that Deja had seemed unwilling to do. I don't know if Google Groups rolls off the tongue like Deja News, but there you go. Thanks Slashdot.

Shogo for Linux Review

At long last, I completed my review of Hyperion's port of Shogo to Linux. If you run Linux and are in need of a new game to add to your arsenal, make sure to check this one out!

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