Wow this looks awesome compared to any holographic display technology I could take a look on to this date. Now I do know what 50 Gbytes of storage space could be useful for…
“Invented by Tibor Balogh, these flat panel “holo TVs” are capable of displaying images in 3-D — or so it seems.”
As of this weekend the beta version of ActiveSync 4.2 is available for download.
“Microsoft ActiveSync provides a great synchronization experience with Windows powered PCs and Microsoft Outlook right out of the box. ActiveSync acts as the gateway between your Windows powered PC and Windows Mobile powered device, enabling the transfer of Outlook information, Office documents, pictures, music, videos and applications from your desktop to your device. In addition to synchronizing with a desktop PC, ActiveSync can synchronize directly with Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 so that you can keep your e-mail, Calendar, Notes, and Contacts updated wirelessly when you’re away from your PC.”
No change-log so far. So please try for yourself on a non-production machine with a non-production Windows Mobile device. Thank you.
“Microsoft is challenging developers worldwide to create conversational robots, or BOTs, for MSN® Messenger and Windows Live™ Messenger. The most original, useful robots collect $40,000 in total prizes.”
“Robots or “BOTs”, are software programs that you can add to MSN® Messenger and Windows Live™ Messenger. If you add a robot to your contact list, it can chat, give you customer service support, perform searches, make suggestions, play games and more.”
Sorry for the caps…:
“ON A TRIP TO THE HAMPTONS THIS WEEKEND I STOPPED AT A GARAGE SALE. AS I WALKED UP TO THE HOUSE I NOTICED A BIG PILE OF SUPER NINTENDO/NINTENDO GAMES. AFTER SELLING ME AROUND 100 GAMES FOR $40.”
“THE SELLER TOLD ME HE WORKED AT NINTENDO FOR 10 YEARS AND PART OF HIS JOB WAS TO GO AROUND TO THESE NINTENDO COMPETITIONS. HE SOLD ME ALL TYPES OF GAMES THAT HE SAID WERE PROTOTYPES(INCLUDING 5 COPIES OF THE STARFOX COMPETITION GAME.””
What a serious find!
It’s a real classic. It’s a great game and I am waiting for it’s newest incarnation: The New Super Mario Bros. for my also awaited Nintendo DS lite. Besides that: my apologies that the animated gif is 10 pixels wider than usually.
“Walljump is when you jump towards a wall and somehow Mario’s foot catches the wall
and allows to jump again, boosting from the wall. In the example image on the right, three walljumps are performed.
Theory: Walljump happens because the game does a floor check (a simple “is position divided by 16 even? Is there a solid block below him?” test) even during a wall-ejection. Wall-ejection is SMB’s mechanism to adjust Mario’s horizontal position properly when his left side and right side have a different inside-wall status. The game ejects Mario towards the opposite of his steering.”
To perform a walljump, you need two things:
- Some horizontal speed (towards the wall)
- Mario’s feet must hit the wall exactly at a block boundary (every 16 pixels)
It’s possible to perform walljump from any non-lethal solid material (bricks, pipes, etc).”
Source: Super Mario Bros. Tricks
Despite the fact that there is no such thing as interesting-tv-program I want to show you what a non-sport-tv-station in germany is doing when sport events are on the schedule…:
Over 13 hours of sport…damn it.