Archive for March, 2005

    • Are you a YUB?

      by MaxPower

      They are early adopters of technology whether that is iPods, digital photography or the latest cells. They have (usually) a fair amount of disposable income.

    • Manifesto of a Fat Kid

      by Crom

      I’m telling you to laugh at the sun. Cry when your rivals fall, praise them when they do well. Clap hardest at the worst street play, believe that your power can make them better, believe you can raise the bar.

    • nik Color Efex Pro 2.0

      by David Gluzman

      The professional tool of choice is obviously Adobe Photoshop, which in turn has an endless amount of tools for tweaking and adjusting imagery. But sometimes the included tools just aren’t enough..

    • Top Five

      by Ian Harding

      Everyone knows that guys love cars, and it is clear that they have strong opinions about what’s cool and what’s not. So brace yourself ladies and gents for a quick overview of my top five best and worst cars of 2004.

    • Syberia II

      by Beauty

      I’ve kept a special place in my heart for good old-fashioned adventure games. Finally I had the opportunity to play one of these games on the Xbox when Syberia II was released, and it is sure to appeal to fans of the genre.

    • Interview with Microids Canada

      by R4NT

      For those readers who aren’t familiar with the name, Microids is a Canadian developer of video games. One of the more recent games that has been published by Microids Canada is Syberia II.

    • The Flaming Lips

      by Azuli Records

      Playfully dubbed ‘Harry Potter’s and George W. Bush’s Severed Head Army Mix’, the wack-o rendition takes sideswipes at anyone in range with febrile Lips-ian logic.

    • Amon Tobin – Chaos Theory

      by Ninja Tune

      Possibly the first ‘proper’ videogame soundtrack to be released as an album in its own right, this is also a blinding record, another worthy addition to Tobin’s ever-developing catalogue…

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