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Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, The Amazing Spider-Man, and more announced by Activision for display at E3

June 4, 2012

Developer Activision has announced a list of games from the publisher that will be displayed at this year’s E3, running from June 5 to June 7. This year’s slate consists mostly of additions to existing franchises, most notably Call of Duty. Games Activision will be showing at E3 include: The Amazing Spider-Man- Game following up […]

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Game Developers Study

game developer study August 13, 2008

Game Developer Research just put out their “2008 State Of Game Development Survey.” Pretty interesting data on game developers here. What are they working on? 70% respondents are making computer games (PC, Mac) 43% are console game developers 28% are web game developers 16% developing games for handhelds (DS, PSP) Console Developers (some overlap) 73% […]

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You Can't Spell Ignorance Without IGN

October 5, 2007

I wish I could say this didn’t surprise me, but really it does. Playboy, IGN and Eidos Sell Out Women The Woman Game Developer’s list is pretty peeved about this, but then again, it’s not like IGN, Eidos, or Playboy really cares about what women developers or women gamers think anyway. I’m sure this PR […]

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Blogging From EA Today

March 6, 2007

I’m sitting here at EA basking in the gaming atmosphere. Today is the Women In Games conference spotlighting Games for profit for Women. I’m botching the title of the thing, but the gist of it is there. I’m blown away by the number of gaming stations, ginormous flatscreens and comfy chairs here at EA, and […]

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Preparing For Barcamp Madison and GDC

March 1, 2007

I’ve spent the last hour preparing my video camera to hold a massive amount of video. I’m heading to Barcamp Madison (Madison, WI) tomorrow and I’ll spend the weekend packing in as much learning as I possibly can (you should see the sessions already planned). Of course, that fact that we’re having a LAN party, […]

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Two Games Contests You Need To Know About

February 22, 2007

1. ISN‘s Gaming Contest – Of course I’m going to list this one first. 😉 Intel’s Software Network and GarageGames are hosting a Game Demo Contest. Brad Werth said, “The Game Demo Contest is a follow-up to a similar effort we did in 2006. We are looking for PC game demos that push the technological […]

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Dr DivX for Mac Goes Open Source

February 22, 2007

Jim Vinson posted a delighted email to the videoblogging group tonight announcing that Dr DivX for Mac is now open source. I’m sure this was an ordeal, but I’m glad to see it was important enough to devote the resources to making happen.

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Intel's Web 2.0 TDK

February 22, 2007

I’ve been meaning to get into the meat of this for a while but have been swamped. CV does a much better job than I would have anyway with this screencast explaining the Web 2.0 TDK and some possible uses. I love that you can see whether or not the user has a single or […]

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BarcampUSA Put Tickets For Sale Earlier Than Expected

February 2, 2007

This morning, Feb 1, Barcamp USA tix went on sale. Here’s the deets: Early registration special if you register before May 1 $20 for 1 day pass $10 for each additional day Total cost is $50 for all 4 days There will be an option to sleep inside some of the session tents at no […]

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ISN Gets A Flickr Account

January 31, 2007

If any of you are following the work the Intel Software Network is doing, and I know you are, you may want to grab the RSS feed for the Flickr account we just set up. Aaron’s trip to Mashup Camp is documented on there, as is the recent ISN Mobile Developer Community Meeting and some […]

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