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It's been a while since I wrote a new blog, so I figured that I should make an attempt to give you all a slice of my thoughts of late. I've been a little busy for the past few months, so you all know I have a full-time career on top of all this volunteer stuff I do with the community. Though I love it, I have to put food on the table after all, right?
I've been back in full swing over the past few weeks however and I've ben trying to jolt the community into
Well it's officially been 25 years since the birth of one of the greatest series in history that inspired nearly every current-day aspect of the modern RPG. Square Enix is making a big deal of their accomplishments and releasing the original 3 Dragon Quest games for the Wii's virtual console. Unfortunately, they seem to be doing so only for the Japanese public as nothing has been announced for release to the English population who has it's own fan-base.
Just had a look at the latest keynote speech from Apple where they showed off a few presentations about whats coming in 2011 for iPad existing and future users. The biggest one of course was the iPad 2, which leaves the first model in it's dust. Completely remodeled so it sits flatter, lighter and is thinner. Now includes a forward facing and rearward facing camera, which was expected by most. Then there is the A5 chip which is 2 times faster than the first iPad's processor
You know I've been thinking a lot about software development and computers in general lately since I bought my first Mac just this last year. A whole bunch of ideas and questions have been coming to mind, especially since Embarcadero's big announcement that Delphi would be brought to the Mac a year or so ago.
Ideas from Apple
For example some time after getting my Mac and using it, I thought..."Why on Earth did I really hate these things and rag on users for
Ok, this isn't PGD news or even close to community news, but I loved Megaman while growing up so this is big news to me. Like it or not, Keiji Inafune, the man who created Mega Man has resigned from Capcom siting that he has done all he can at his current position within the company.
It seams that he is a little fustrated with the Japanese game industry in that he feels it's about 5 years behind. He's even stated that it is "finished" at last year's Tokyo Game Show. He now