Saturday, June 14, 2008

Back By Popular Demand!

Well, since many rather, ah, persistent fans have been asking me to write another fun-filled, entertaining entry, I have decided to bow to their wishes.

In my last entry, I failed to address the issue of my major, life-altering decision(or not) of whether or not I should buy a flash cart for my Nintendo DS Lite. Well, at last, after careful soul-searching and cost-benefit analysis, I have decided..................

Well, actually, I thought I had decided not to purchase a flash cart. But, over the past few days, I have been reevaluating, and right now I am leaning more toward actually spending the 50 or 60 bucks to buy one. This is partially due to the fact that I have just obtained a rather lucrative summer job, and have the extra resources to accommodate this otherwise unnecessary wish.

Anyway... after that long and drawn-out paragraph, which included many words, the meanings of some of which even I am not entirely sure about(well, actually, I am, but still...), let's move to a lighter topic: I am currently working on an online multiplayer sci-fi RPG with a friend, which will hopefully be at its first release stage within a few weeks. I will probably give more details about it in a future post, but for now, it will suffice to say it is the most enjoyable project on which I have ever worked.

Oh, yes, almost forgot to include a promotional piece: My Website now features a slicker interface and even more promises of features to come in the near future;-)


Thursday, June 5, 2008

Yet again I take keyboard in hand...

What with school ending, I haven't had much of a chance to update this, but here I am with a (possibly) brief entry. I only have 1 more day of school, and it will only be about an hour long, as I have completed the vast majority of my various subjects.

I have finally updated my website to look much more colorful and nice in general, and although it is in its most basic form right now, I hope to have a nice, fully-featured site within a month or so. (in case anyone is too lazy to look in my profile info, here is a link to my site)

I have recently been doing some experimentation with magnets. One of the stranger things I have discovered is that when I hold a ridiculously strong neodymium-iron-boron magnet close to (or touching) my digital alarm clock, the magnet begins to vibrate noticeably. The electronics in the alarm clock must be creating a weak electromagnetic field, which is causing the strong magnet to vibrate. I will be doing some more experimentation to find out more about this, because I have a lot of time on my hands and don't have anything better to do;-)

Goodbye 'til next time!