Monthly Archives: October 2009

Thank you for proving my point

It’s amazing what a bit of publicity can do. Theo Valich of http://www.brightsideofnews.com asked me if he could republish my blog on his site. I didn’t see why not. I knew it would generate hits, discussion, flamewars and all that. … Continue reading

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Would there be a lot less rumours if people bothered to think?

That’s what I’ve been wondering… Sometimes you hear rumours where you think “Okay, that’s obviously not very plausible, why do people repeat it blindly?” Where do those rumours come from anyway? For example, here’s one I’ve been hearing quite often: … Continue reading

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DirectX 11, now also for Vista users!

Today I found the final release of the Vista Platform Update waiting for me on Windows Update. That means that DirectX 11 is now available for every Vista user as well as every Windows 7 user. I’ve done a bit … Continue reading

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Are all AMD fans idiots?

Yea I know, sounds a bit like a blog I did on linux a while ago, doesn’t it? Well, that’s very appropriate, because it’s a similar case of revisionist history by people probably not old enough to ever have witnessed … Continue reading

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BHM, a new open source file format

http://sourceforge.net/projects/bhmfileformat/ The BHM file format was created by Scali and Samuel Rødal in 2003. At the time they were both involved in the demoscene group Bohemiq, which is where the BHM file format got its name from.The goal was to … Continue reading

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When you reach the point you always wanted to be

A few days ago I recorded a jam to try out my new Line6 Pod X3 Live some more, and I posted it on YouTube: I also posted it on some guitar forums, as I usually do, to get some … Continue reading

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CPUInfo goes multi-platform

After some rather extensive rewriting and extending of the code, I managed to get the library to compile in gcc. I’ve compiled it and ran it on my FreeBSD box, which has a Pentium II at 350 MHz. Here are … Continue reading

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