Artifacts drawn and designed by Japanese master of animation, Hayao Miyazaki. A creation of icons partly in honor of this country's thorough New Year festivities -- here's to fun and innocence! *Click the "icon" tag to view all created.
Anyone going to E For All in Los Angeles? It's taking place on Oct. 3-5, at the LA Convention Center. It allows gamers to test drive the latest video games, gadgets and gear. Plus there’s a game career seminar, art exhibition, and much more.
I am going to be attending DragonCon this year to assist my dear friend, Matt Kelland with the promotion of Moviestorm.
Matt has designed and produced over 100 games for mobile phones, digital TV, and Internet, as well as material for RPGs, table-top wargames and board games. He is co-author of Machinima and co-founder of Short Fuze. He'll be doing several panels on Machinima & Moviestorm at the convention this year and is looking to build a team to assist in handing out marketing materials to attendees.
About Short Fuze & Moviestorm:
Short Fuze is at the forefront of a revolution in mass market movie-making. With the growth of social media and video-sharing sites, everyone wants to create movies, but it is just not cheap, fun or easy enough for most people to make movies and post them.
Moviestorm puts 3D animation into the hands of everyone.
If you are attending DragonCon this year or local to the Atlanta area and interested in joining the Moviestorm promo team, please contact me at anna @ fasferox.com to find out what we can offer for your assistance.
Check it out, I know this blog is mainly about computer gaming (cool stuff, by the way) but I figure that gamers need jobs, too! I work for an online job board called GOJobs.com, we are in the middle of a major site redesign.Part of the redesign is to concoct targeted pages, for example, we have one here that I think would interest most of the people reading and posting to this blog:
All the jobs on that page are in the gaming or entertainment industry.Check it out and leave some feedback, let me know what you think.Thanks a lot for reading, and keep gaming! (I’m currently trying to beat both MGSIV and GTAIV before Spore comes out, while also working on a Shaman in EQ II. TOO MANY GAMES MEANS MAD WIFE AND BRAIN DRAIN! (I kid; you can of course never have too many games.)
I geek out on command lines. *nix style in particular and find them to be quite useful. However I fall out of practise and hate banging my head on something I already know just have grown rusty on. At the time being I only have one computer which I can't set up to dual boot.
Running Windows XP.
I'm hoping there's something out there that will include all the GNU tools and *nix style commands (grep, ls...) that can be thrown over the shell in XP? Also something that may at least display and allow navigation of the file structure similar to BSD style.
ok, this is getting posted a few places because I'm head/desk-ing all over the place on it.
Have Intranet, Intranet is based around an OS X Mac running Apache/PHP/MySQL. Was working fine, OS X server (just regular OS X but the machine is designed to work as a server) was at someone's house. Worked fine with the IP it had there and everything pointing to it, which was actually the IP of the router it was connected to I believe. This was the ServerName address in httpd.conf . Server moved to small office, BOOM.
Updated the ServerName value in httpd.conf to the proper IP for the machine, however if you try and go to that IP (how the intranet works there, via the browsers connecting to that ip then going where they need to from the index page there) it gives a "Forbidden" error (don't think it's even a 403) and says that you don't have permission to connect to the OLD IP address. I don't understand this, we even disconnected it from the internet to see if it was even actually trying to connect to that IP and no, same error. Anything else and it says it cannot be reached when the uplink is disconnected, so definitely a problem on the server somehow. On top of that, localhost and 127.0.0.1 will work, the machine will reach out to the internet and can be mounted in internet explorer with the \\servername\path\etc., however this won't let us access the PHP processor to display the pages, just the files themselves.
Is there anywhere else that a problem like this could lurk? Just uninstall Apache and re-install? I've never removed Apache from a machine or done a make of apache or anything else on a mac so I'm not exactly sure how to if that would even help. Really don't understand what's going on and I need to get this up ASAP. :( Any help please? Will repay in kind somehow, not monetarily but somehow (work, knowledge, something).