GAMES - Bob Ross, Joy Of Painting legend, to make video game

  • Bob Ross - Joy of gaming

  • i know, old news, BUT, smooth talking Bob Ross, pwner of noobs, will be developing a video game, from the grave, based on his hit television show, "The Joy Of Painting". Bobby's news page states "The Bob Ross game will utilize the unique inputs that the Nintendo DS and Nintendo Revolution have that can truly immerse the players while they learn to paint like Bob Ross and can play the addictive and fun games that we have planned for the title. I believe that Bob Ross Inc's and AGFRAG Entertainment Group's similar beliefs in independence, creativity, and teaching others will benefit how the game is developed and how the players of all ages will be able to enjoy this game."
    Wikipedia states "AGFRAG has not yet found a publisher for the games, although they are actively seeking one." I state, "ooooooh I hope they find one, that games gonna kick some ass!

    TECH - AT&T Labs Text-To-Speech sample site

  • AT&T Labs Text-To-Speech (TTS)

  • Hey, it's the AT&T Labs Text-To-Speech Demo page (good for prankin') You type up a message, choose a talker, hit the "SPEAK" button and out comes cool robot voice.


    TECH - Switch from Windows XP to Mac OSX with ease!

  • How To Use A Mac

  • 32-year-old big-boobed blonde bimbo, Julie Geng is bent on teaching the ex-windoze user how to experience a mac... The first thing you should notice even before powering on your new Mac is the keyboard and mouse. There isn’t a Windows key anymore, and the Alt button now has the word “Option” on it. The Windows key has been replaced by what is commonly called the Apple or Command key, and for the large majority of hotkeys, will replace the Ctrl commands normally found on Windows.

    You should also happily take note of three keys: F9, F10 and F11. These three keys make up Exposé, which is currently a Mac-unique feature that makes working on a computer infinitely easier. F9 miniaturizes all of your open windows and lets you view all of them. F10 miniaturizes your open windows in the program you’re running, and F11 pushes all windows out of the way to expose your desktop. See Expose section later.