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Social Media and Art do not mix!

Posted in Tech with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 15, 2011 by neoncyber2001

The introduction of Google Plus has put a whole new life into the debate about Intellectual Property on the internet.

Question: Which social platform should I share my art on?

Short Answer: NONE!

Long Answer:

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Google’s New Stuff?

Posted in Tech on July 13, 2011 by neoncyber2001

So everybody by now has probably heard of Google+ . The new social media network by Google. Less than a week or two into it’s official launch Google+ seems to be out to really compete with Facebook. But what else is Google up to? Let’s take a look!

Google Music:

It seems like Google is going to achieve what Apple wishes it could… A cloud based music network. Google music is going to allow you to sync all of your music to the cloud so that you can access it from any device. I have a friend on the beta who is loving it so far. No need to sync his android for new music every few days. It gets done automatically! He can even add new music from multiple devices.

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Game Engines or Frameworks?

Posted in Games, Tech with tags , , , , , , , , , on December 16, 2010 by neoncyber2001

If you are a prospective, independent or hobby game developer you have probably herd about Game Engines and Frameworks. These look pretty appealing if you are watching the demos and you see what other great games have been built on them. The studios who develop them make it look like the easiest most powerful way to make a good game fast. So, what is a Game Engine anyways? What is a Game Framework? What’s the difference? Which one should I choose?

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Windows 7 Beta Preview

Posted in Tech with tags , , , on January 27, 2009 by neoncyber2001

So i got my self a copy of the windows 7 beta. I’ve been using it on and off for a little while and i guess it’s time to write abit about some of the new features that you will see in Windows 7 as an average home user.

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