We are coming towards the end of my christmas story. here is the awesome episode 6. Don‘t miss the great final episode on 24th December
Archiv für Dezember 2009
There is an quite interesting interview with Aonuma-sensei in the German magazine N-ZONE which is all about Nintendo consoles. The normal questions were asked:
- Is it always the same Link?
- What’s new about Zelda Wii?
- How long is your dick?
And Aonuma answered the same stupid stuff he and Miyamoto-sensei always answer. (read on…)
Here is a new episode of my brillant X-Mas Story. See what happens to Fritz, the slug Caruzzo and the stupid Big Bad Wolf this time
I added a menu to the X-Mas Story page. You can now easily browse the single episode by clicking the Links. There also is a new episode for you to enjoy. >> http://mm.blogsport.de/x-mas-story/
The X-Mas Story is now available on a special site. Everytime I do an update I will post it there. this is easier for you to read. At the weekend I will put in a menu to make the access to the single episodes a little more comfortable. I also made some small changes in the design. For example red links. The old color was not that much different from the normal text color. It also fits the normal white/black/red color scheme I use. Now go and read the X-Mas Story. Who knows, maybe I will extend it a little bit longer. :-p
Hey, it’s christmas next week so fuck it, here is episode #3, hope you enjoy it
Here’s the second part of my little X-Mas Story. Also in German. Enjoy
I tested the yellow version of the chewing gums… Well, when you chew them you feel this crunchy stuff in the chewing gum. I mean this is kids candy with crunchy-stuff. Nothing for older chewing gum chewers like me. The green version tasted much better than this version. MUCH BETTER. This one is only sweet and crunchy, something you get in every second chewing gum for children. I will test the blue version soon. I also found out that there are some more versions available than just the green, blue, yellow and red ones. I feel like a child in a candy shop. Wrigley’s 5 are actually special chewing gums much better than the average spearmint shit you normally eat.
Pixelh8 is one of the most important developers for chip music advices and software applications. In this video available on the BBC Learning Zone you can see his work at the British National Museum of Computing. Very mindblowing what comes out of machines that old
Description: Matthew Applegate uses some of the oldest and rarest computers at the National Museum of Computing in Milton Keynes to create music commissioned by the Foundation for New Music. Applegate creates abstract electronic music known as chiptune by sampling the whirring and clunking of the mechanical parts as well as the actual soundchips. This BBC News clip is published as part of BBC News Online and was first broadcast on 17 February 2009.
Find the video here: BBCERONI