Obviously this is a work in progress. My scrap-built game engine runs spectacularly well in Chrome and can get far into the hundreds of sprites on screen before slowing down, but a level designer I am not. So, if anyone is interested in doing the design dirty work, drop me a line. I've created some level design tools with about a third of the sprites I have available loaded in and I put more in periodically when I have time.
I was recently presented with a dropped Flip UltraHD that had cracked its lens, or what I thought was a lens but technically has no curvature to it so is technically best described as a dust shield, guard or cover. Regardless, it's flat circular bit of glass 1mm thick and 20mm in diameter, exactly like a watch crystal, which you can buy for $0.88 (plus $9.19 shipping) from Esslinger.com
This article is for businesses who want to stream video on their websites and cannot use free services like YouTube, Vimeo or Revver because their content is to be strictly commercial or promotional. It will give you, business owner (or web master working for business owner), a sense of the bandwidth and space costs associated with streaming video on your website as well as the technologies involved.
I was thinking today that now I have all my undergraduate grades and they represent the largest set of quantitative data I have about myself. So, I started analyzing them and thinking of interesting ways represent them. This is the first thing I came up with:
About a year ago I set myself the task of getting to know a beer per week. Two weeks later I realized that wasn't such a good idea and scaled it back to about two beers per month. I currently have 18 types of beer in my little log that I hope represent a broad enough range to get me started learning how to appreciate beer. For now, I'm going to pretend it's time to get ready for May and finally try a Maibock I've heard so much about: Rouge Dead Guy Ale.