So yesterday I was able to try out URU on Ananth’s computer. I have to say, the game is pretty cool. You basically solve puzzles as you walk through surreal worlds. Creating your character in the game is pretty cool as well. In about five minutes, I had my character looking just like me….well close enough. I just wish I had a better PC so I could actually play it at home and few other games.
Whoa … so scientists found a new form of matter. The author of the article goes on to say that there are now SIX known forms of matter … six?! I must have missed that …
I’m not big on talking about politics, but I felt like the Move On Campaign was different. For those of you who don’t know, the Move On Campaign is a competition where you create a 30 second ad dilineating what you believe the current President has done, i.e. what state you believe he’s put the country in. A lot people put a lot of hard work into the ads they submitted … I watched the fourteen finalists, and they were all very very good. There were obviously some very talented people behind them. Now, for some reason or the other, CBS refuses to air the winning ad. After all this hard work that so many people put in, their creative endeavours are basically going to be put for naught. The link below leads to a short flash video and a petition which you can sign – they show you the message you’ll be sending to CBS, and you can attach your own message to the beginning of it.
Remember, only do this if you agree with the message of the commercial. Here’s the link:http://www.moveon.org/cbs/ad/
Edge dropped me another link earlier today … it’s here. To sum up, it was a research project where the researchers sent strange objects to the postal office. They then recorded data based on whether or not the postal service would deliver the strange object.
What I want to know is, why the hell would anyone bother funding this?
Ok, I’m getting a lot of e-mails, asking me about inaku.com. So instead of replying to individual emails, I will answer them here.
As of right now, I’m off the inaku project. Naku decided to team up with Madsen from little-gamers to do a FFXI website. So any questions related to inaku.com should go to her and not me.
Now, here is a peek of Issue 64 sketch…before it was inked and colored on the computer. As you can see, I actually drew out the whole layout, that is how I do all the comics. =)