How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy


[02:01 -- 08/13] Me: oh, and have you played Armegetron?
[02:01 -- 08/13] Jeff: I miss programming, you're prolly gonna re-kindle my desire, lol.
[02:01 -- 08/13] Jeff: Nope.
[02:01 -- 08/13] Me: do a search for it, it's on sourceforge... TRON style lightcycle racing game, with internet play
[02:01 -- 08/13] Jeff: lol
[02:02 -- 08/13] Me: get the movie pack to upgrade the models so it looks like the movie
[02:02 -- 08/13] Jeff: whatsa TRON style?
[02:02 -- 08/13] Me: TRON... the movie TRON... you know, the original hacker-gets-sucked-into-the-computer movie?
[02:02 -- 08/13] Me: First movie with computer generated sequences?
[02:03 -- 08/13] Me: I mean, dude, it had gourand shading... that's pretty sharp for 1980
[02:03 -- 08/13] Jeff: Oh.
[02:03 -- 08/13] Me: it also had no plot or character development, and was a horrible movie, but it was awesome. Shading is so much more important than either of those.

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