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Friday, March 26, 2004

A Century Later . . .

This article doesn't have much to do with our normal fare. It shows how much things have changed since 1904 in the United States. My favorite stat? The first one:

The average life expectancy in the US was 47.

According to the Center for Disease Control, the life expectancy in 2001 was 77.2. Actually from a global standpoint, 47 was pretty old in 1904. Thanks Ars Technica.

The Carmack at GDC

Gamespy posted a summary of John Carmack's talk at the Game Developers' Conference. id's coding guru talks about how far games have come since the beginning of computer gaming and where they might be heading. He also touches briefly on the status of DOOM3 and gives some general ideas on what their next product might include.

Thursday, March 25, 2004

NWN Community Expansion Pack Released

Bioware has announced the released of the Community Expansion Pack for Neverwinter Nights. It brings all of the best community-made content into one place. Users can download it and have all the best goodies in one place. Module makers can make use of the content without forcing people to download tons of stuff just to play. Check it out.

No Old News

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December 19, 2006: Pocket Tunes 4.0 Released
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