I have been playing around with OpenGL again… this time translation, rotation and scaling.
And here is the Visual C++ Source.
An April fools joke turned sour this year in Ohio as 5 teenage girls may face criminal charges for their prank.
Their crime? They placed 17 Super Mario Brothers question blocks around their town of Ravenna, Ohio. Now, apparently not everyone is aware of the cultural significance of the question blocks and the bomb squad was called in to check out one of the packages which was placed on the steps of a church!
The girls claimed responsibility and now the police say they are working on criminal charges.
“The potential is always present when dealing with a suspicious package that it could be deadly,” McCoy told the Record-Courier. “In today’s day and age, you just cannot do this kind of stuff.”
Really the paranoia created by the events of 9/11, homeland security, etc have affected us far too much already. This is just not funny. These girls didn’t even intend to scare people, and at most they should get a slap on the wrists.
XBMC is about the coolest thing since sliced bread (if sliced bread were ever really that cool).
It gives me the ability to do pretty much anything I want with my XBOX and it’s attractive as well!
I can play videos over the LAN off of SMB shares, from CD or DVD or pretty much anywhere you can think of.
It’s truly great.
Macromedia Flash supporters are going to have to rework their code as IE has now been fully patched to essentially disable interaction with Flash elements until the user clicks on the element to enable it.
Some may think of this as a godsend, but for developers who use flash in navigation elements of their site (a bad practice) or who use Flash for key interactivity features of their site (a questionable practice) this comes as a great blow to their productivity.
The workaround is simple, use FlashObject – a DHTML loader for Flash elements. It supposedly fools IE into allowing Flash element interaction without clicking beforehand.
The reason why Microsoft decided to do this is in response to a long-running lawsuit between themselves and a company started out of the university of California called Eolas.