It seems that Lady Miss Kier, former diva-in-chief of the early ’90s group Deee-Lite (that’s with three “E”s) is suing Sega for illicitly using her image and style to create the swingin’ space reporter Ulala in Space Channel 5.
I guess the next step is to actually take some pictures of things, rather than just waving the camera around, pressing some buttons, and hoping for the best.
I just finished Dark Cloud 2 yesterday, and I really wish I had just quit halfway through. It exemplifies the pitfalls that come with trying to make a game as long as possible.
Between the pigeons roosting under my patio and the mice making a racket inside the walls, I’m starting to feel like I’m living on Noah’s Ark.
I went for a walk this morning and unexpectedly came home with Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo for the GBA.
Today’s game against L.A. was the only Blazer game this season to be broadcast on ABC, so I made a point of watching it. And my boys made it worth it, with a huge 101-99 win over the dread Lakers.
It’s plainly evident, though, that I am unable to maintain any sort of constancy in writing.
Going into the last week of the NBA season, the Blazers have managed to distract themselves yet again with another round of citations and infighting.
Right on the heels of my up-close-and-personal encounter with text encodings comes Tim Bray with a painless and lovely introduction to Unicode.
I got to spend some time last night and this morning learning the differences between straight ASCII, ISO-8859-1, UTF-8, and whatever encoding it is that the Mac uses.