Tempe, AZ, March 27, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Grave is a new open world, procedural
survival horror game being developed by Broken Window Studios, Inc. The game
has a release target of early 2015 and will feature a fusion between modern
horror and classic survival horror gameplay elements. It will be releasing on
Windows, Mac and Linux.
They just finished showing the game at The Mix event during GDC and have made
the move to Kickstarter:
About The Game
Grave is a first person, open world survival horror experience. Survive the
night with a arsenal of defensive tools, and explore an ever-changing world
filled with frightening creatures.
Rinventing Survival Horror
Grave is a hybrid of environmental exploration and combative horror, creating
constant tension as the player balances exploratio... (more)
Shrinking your Url’s is all the rage nowadays. If you are on Twitter,
then odds are you have used one. Despite CodingHorror’s distaste for them
in his recent blog post on Url Shorteners: Destroying the Web since 2002,
they are a fact of life when we live in a world of 140 character status
So what’s a URL shrinking service anyway? Well, to put it simply, you
supply them with a URL, they then supply you with a shorter URL containing a
lookup “key”. When future requests are made to this shorter URL,
connections are routed to that services website where they convert the... (more)
I gave a keynote at theCanadian Marketing Association’s Marketing Week
conference in Toronto a couple of days ago. It was a new talk, and I tried to
structure it carefully. I’ve gone through my slides, and here’s an
extended summary of what I said (or meant) in this 35-minute (?) talk.
Title: After Conversation: Markets as Networks.
Part I: Networked Markets
As Doc Searls said, markets are conversations. But, Doc said something else
that I think is just as brilliant: “There’s no market for messages.”
That’s harder for marketers to hear, since it points to the essential fact
of t... (more)
This is the third blog post in a series of blog posts about open source
Content Management Systems (CMS). You can find the first two parts here (Part
1) and here (Part 2) .
In the last article in this series we covered Xoops, Seotoaster, e107,
Concrete5, and Typo3, five leading Content Management Systems. In this
article we talk about the next five: MediaWiki, Moveable Type, dotCMS,
Dotclear, and Zope/Plone.
11. Media Wiki
MediaWiki is a PHP designed open source software wiki package, initially
built for use on Wikipedia. Now it is used by several other projects of the
DALLAS, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Amid the proliferation of real
time data from sources such as mobile devices, web, social media, sensors,
log files and transactional applications, Big Data has found a host of
vertical market applications, ranging from fraud detection to R&D.
Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140821/138541
"Big Data Market: 2014 – 2020 – Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies,
Industry Verticals & Forecasts"
In 2014 Big Data vendors will pocket nearly $30 Billion from hardware,
software and professional services revenues Big Dat... (more)
Ben Balbo's Blog
It's been said that Chrome could be the Google operating system that was
being talked about many moons ago. Chrome is the operating system that
provides access to the applications that reside in the cloud. But it's still
just a browser.
We’re going to hear a lot about cloud computing in the coming months
because Google have just released their latest product, Chrome. According to
yesterday morning’s Australian Broadcasting Corporation Radio National
show, cloud computing will pose a danger to your on-line privacy and security
with people able to read your email,... (more)