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Linfield Wins!

Go Cats! Linfield wins a close one! 28-21 and all thanks to a blocked punt by Linfield on the 10 yard line. Wow, what a game. Coming into the game, Linfield and UMHB were #1 and #2 in scoring in the nation. This game turned out to be a game of defenses. Great job by both teams.

Go Cats! Here's to NCAA Div 3 Championship #1 (even though we already have a couple from NAIA).

Posted On Saturday, December 18, 2004 2:24 PM

Go Linfield Wildcats!!!!
Well, Linfield's football team (the college from my hometown) is in the NCAA Division 3 championship game. It's currently (as of 8am) on Espn2. Linfield scored on their third play of the game. Here's to hoping that this pace continues :). GO WILDCATS!

Posted On Saturday, December 18, 2004 10:14 AM

Tablet PC and Gaming
Well, well, well. According to this article, Microsoft is getting ready to release a Tablet-PC Gaming SDK. Very interesting, indeed.

Posted On Tuesday, December 14, 2004 2:39 PM

Classic Gaming
I found this site. Most of the games hosted on it are shareware, but it certainly took me down memory lane.

Posted On Wednesday, December 8, 2004 9:54 PM

Puzzle for you

Posted On Wednesday, December 8, 2004 1:48 PM

A New Managed DirectX Resource
I just got an email about a new Managed DirectX website that went up. The site is “The Z Buffer”. It has a good number of resources for anyone interested in Managed DirectX, and it looks like ZMan has gotten off on the right foot. He just posted an interview with the lead developer from Tin Soldiers: Alexander The Great, the first known retail game released using Managed DirectX. If you want to stay up on the news posted at “The Z Buffer”, you can find the RSS feed here. Enjoy, ......

Posted On Wednesday, December 1, 2004 2:45 PM

Does Blogging Make A Difference?
Rory pointed out that some of the Microsoft “higher-ups” are wondering if blogging is really making all that much of a difference. Well, to prove them wrong, simply click on the following link: Let's show them the true power of blogging, spread this around like wild fire. I want to see everyone post about this yourselves and share the link. Come on people, share the love :) ......

Posted On Wednesday, December 1, 2004 1:15 PM

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