Author Archives: Scali

1991 donut – final release

No-XS has composed a special EdLib track for me to use in the 1991 donut, so I could finish it properly and release the final version: There are a number of small changes and tweaks, I will just quote the … Continue reading

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8088 Domination by Trixter/Hornet

If you’re into retro-demoscening, you have probably already seen this demo, but just to be safe, I’ll just do a quick blog on it anyway, because it’s just that cool. It started with 8088 Corruption back in 2004: Basically it … Continue reading

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When old and new meet: lessons from the past

As you may know, I like to dabble in retro-computing. I have held on to most computers I’ve used over the years, and I play with them from time to time. However, an interesting change has happened over the years: … Continue reading

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More hate fail…

Someone posted a link to my blog on the AnandTech forums… It’s funny how none of the responses discuss any of the blog’s contents (sad, since the post was mainly meant as a discussion piece. I pose a number of … Continue reading

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Richard Huddy back at AMD, talks more Mantle…

Richard Huddy did an interview with Tech Radar. One of the things he discussed there was the current state of Mantle, and its future. One interesting passage in the interview is this: DirectX is a generic APi. It covers Intel … Continue reading

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Just keeping it real… bugfixing like it’s 1991

As you may have noticed, the 1991 donut intro did not have any music. I did not cover it in the previous blog, but there was some music planned for this small intro. I chose to use EdLib, because AdLib … Continue reading

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AMD fanboys posing as developers

The other day I found that this blog was linking back to one of my blogposts. Since I did not agree with the point he was trying to make by referring to my blog, I decided to comment. The discussion … Continue reading

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