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Google Tech Talk June 14, 2010 ABSTRACT Presented by Ben Sawyer, Co-Founder, President, Digitalmill. Videogames have always been a business at the edge of technology and change. Today, however, as games burst beyond the living room, and traditional forms and platforms of play they are turning up everywhere. With the rise of serious games which make use of videogames and videogame technologies in areas beyond entertainment, there is even larger requirement for videogames to change form and integrate with platforms and systems that were previously never considered relevant to game development. As games move to more pervasive forms, spanning both entertainment and non-entertainment fields, we need to define and understand this gamut of activity and the technologies that can support them. What new models, design, and engineering patterns exist that are, and increasingly going to be essential to a world where games are everywhere? Drawing on experiences with large organizations, non-traditional videogames forms, and analysis of the commercial videogame industry this talk not only illuminates the wider gamut of videogame activity but where there are unique needs and opportunities, especially for cutting edge Web services and platforms, that until better supported are, in fact, holding back the larger ascendency of games into everyday life. Slides can be viewed here: www.bit.ly
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Part of 2010 Conference on Entrepreneurship. What things typically trip up an entrepreneur in starting and running a company? Is it getting the right business partner? Is it having the killer technology? How does one recover from major setbacks? A panel of seasoned entrepreneurs, angels, venture capitalists, and board members discuss the common pitfalls most new entrepreneurs encounter when building their businesses.
NASCAR 09 is the twelfth and final installment in the EA Sports NASCAR series, it is the sequel to 2007 game NASCAR 08. It is developed by EA Tiburon and released on the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Mobile Phones in North America on June 10, 2008. On March 12, 2008, EA announced Jeff Gordon as the cover athlete for NASCAR 09. Through the career mode, "Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup", Gordon leads a mentoring program, a new feature offered in NASCAR 09. This is also the third EA Sports NASCAR video game to appear on a handheld system for Mobile phone version. Jeff Gordon mentors the player in the new "Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup" career mode that has a completely revamped 3D menu interface. With Jeff's help, the player signs contracts, builds their reputation, and earns performance points by winning in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour (PlayStation 2 only), NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, the NASCAR Nationwide Series, and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. One new feature in NASCAR 09 is "Own The Track". This allows the player to compete against friends or other gamers and own all 22 tracks in the Sprint Cup Series. Also new is the new "Sprint Driver Challenge", in which the player complete challenges in all sorts of situations to earn rep and performance points. In the game there are two driving styles available for the player to choose from: Normal and Pro. The Pro driving style is more suited for experienced players, while the Normal mode is better suited for ...
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The Cosmic Lounge presents Deep House Music: JT Donaldson's remix of 'Snow Day' by Justin Martin. "Theres a new breed of house music bubbling under in a certain American city, but its not coming out of Chicago or New York - this time its from San Francisco. Claude VonStrokes Whos Afraid of Detroit? was one of the biggest tracks of 2006 and the label it came out on is Dirtybird Records, the Bay Area brainchild of VonStroke and DJ/producer Justin Martin. VonStroke and Martin have been injecting avarian squelch, funk and swagger into the tech house template for just over a year now, but while VonStroke was 2006s unofficial best newcomer, dont be surprised if Martin doesnt fly the coop soon too. It might be a fresh sound, but Martin is not exactly a spring chicken. Hes actually been releasing records since 2003 his first single was The Sad Piano issued on Ben Watts London label Buzzin Fly. Its simplicity and groove made it a favourite of DJs along the lines of Derrick Carter, Pete Tong and Mark Farina, while Charles Websters classic remix of the cut even found favour with the Germans, popping up on Steve Bugs Bugnology. Since then Martin has racked up two more twelves on Buzzin Fly and a couple of jacking house tracks and remixes on labels such as Classic and Freerange. He also promises an artist album in 2007. While San Francisco might not thought be thought of as a dance hotbed, theres always been enough going on to turn the most curious heads onto the culture. The early ...
I made the flames from GIMP. Just type up: How to make flames in GIMP. then i copy and paste the flame onto Paint.NET
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Vinciguerra Custom Shop Basses, Mark Vinciguerra Cutting out Lil' Al's bass on the pin router...... 7-String Bass..... Rawk On!!
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Racer X Preforming there tune "Hammer Away" Live!! Guitarist Paul Gilbert first gained notoriety when he was featured in Mike Varneys Spotlight Column in the February 1983 issue of Guitar Player magazine. Gilbert was 16 years old and living in Greensburg, Pennsylvania at the time. He would later relocate to Los Angeles and enroll at the Guitar Institute of Technology (GIT), part of (MI) Musicians Institute. After graduating from the school, Gilbert was hired as an instructor. While at GIT, Paul met fellow student John Alderete. The two became friends, and felt that with their skills, they could form a band like no other on the LA Strip at the time. Searching for a drummer, Alderete and Gilbert first turned to Scott Travis, who was living in Virginia at the time. A friend who had visited Los Angeles to pursue his own career gave Travis some of Gilbert's demo material, which was originally provided by Mike Varney; the tapes included an early version of the song "Frenzy". While Gilbert had received from Travis a video of his drumming, Travis ultimately turned down the offer due to his commitment to the band Hawk; Travis was receiving a salary from Doug Marks, the band's lead guitarist, and would not turn down the income. Alderete and Gilbert instead sought the services of fellow student, Harry Gschoesser. After acquiring Gschoesser, Gilbert asked Varney for assistance in finding a lead singer. The final two candidates were Mark Slaughter who later joined the Vinnie Vincent ...
ATTENTION! Due to an unbelievable amount of stupidity in the comments of my past videos, I will be monitoring the comments of all of my following videos. All hateful comments directed at me or anyone else will be removed, and the profile that sends them will be blocked and reported. Now that we have gotten past that, I hope you enjoy the cars. Music: Sammy Hagar - I Can't Drive 55. PS- The story behind the 6 car is that I couldn't sleep one night, and I had nothing better to do so I just painted that one. I know it isn't great.
The Cosmic Lounge presents Deep House Music: 'Le Boom' by Justin Martin. "There's a new breed of house music bubbling under in a certain American city, but it's not coming out of Chicago or New York - this time it's from San Francisco. Claude VonStroke's 'Who's Afraid of Detroit?' was one of the biggest tracks of 2006 and the label it came out on is Dirtybird Records, the Bay Area brainchild of VonStroke and DJ/producer Justin Martin. VonStroke and Martin have been injecting avarian squelch, funk and swagger into the tech house template for just over a year now, but while VonStroke was 2006's unofficial best newcomer, don't be surprised if Martin doesn't fly the coop soon too. It might be a fresh sound, but Martin is not exactly a spring chicken. He's actually been releasing records since 2003 -- his first single was 'The Sad Piano' issued on Ben Watt's London label Buzzin' Fly. Its simplicity and groove made it a favourite of DJs along the lines of Derrick Carter, Pete Tong and Mark Farina, while Charles Webster's classic remix of the cut even found favour with the Germans, popping up on Steve Bug's 'Bugnology'. Since then Martin has racked up two more twelves on Buzzin' Fly and a couple of jacking house tracks and remixes on labels such as Classic and Freerange. He also promises an artist album in 2007. While San Francisco might not thought be thought of as a dance hotbed, there's always been enough going on to turn the most curious heads onto the culture. The early ...
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Mark Ridout is a featured photographer for Photodex. He created this show using ProShow Producer. For more information on ProShow, please visit www.photodex.com. Mark Ridout always enjoyed taking pictures through highschool but it wasn't until he moved to Lindsay from his hometown of Brantford that he started photographing his friends weddings. "What started with a couple of weddings a year, has now grown to over 20 weddings per year along with portrait and commercial work", Mark says. Mark is a creative photographer whose expertise extends to a range of mediums and formats. He is particularly proficient at still shoots where subjects are people, product or vignettes. He has an aptitude for staging as well as putting people at ease. Mark uses traditional 35mm, high resolution digital as well as medium format Hasselblad equipment. He has worked as a photo journalist for major newspapers and magazines,with major advertising agencies on corporate accounts and on special assignment for corporate client's. Mark has been the principal photographer on contract shoots in the United States, France, England, Cuba and the Dominican Republic as well as various locations throughout Canada. Mark has photographed Richard Petty for STP,Al Jarreau,Sheila E and sipped champagne from the Stanley Cup after photographing it for a New York Rangers hockey player. "Those jobs are the icing on the cake", says Mark. With Mark's introduction to digital photography and the ProShow line of software ...
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