I’m poking around the internet this morning, seeing what is going on in the MMOG world. I should have slept in. Battle Vortex dances over the grave of the corpse of UO2. Thanks to Austen Andrews for the last link. Stratics of Camelot gives us an absolutely stunning display of well-researched material while informing us that Meridian 59 was the first multiplayer online game ever and using the most interesting capitalization rules I believe I’ve ever seen in a printed piece. Thanks to Massively Multiplayer.org for the tip. Want to see Tim McVeigh die online? You might get the chance. Apparently games are hot items these days. So there’s this new movie out called A Knight’s Tale. It’s being put out by Sony. The funny thing is if you click on the EQ link it takes you to the patch page. Great advertising. I love this industry sometimes.
When I was a young punk I dyed my hair, sneered at everyone, and thought “Kill your parents” was an arch joke. Now my generation dyes their hair (to hide the grey), sneers at the camera, and exhorts you to let your parents die for their stock options. We have
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As entertainment a while back, I used to tell the story of World War One. It was great fun at parties. I’d get rolling during work lunches at bougie little lunch places, and half of the establishment would be staring balefully at our table around the time I cut