Finally, after a long wait, Marble Blast Ultra has been released to the Xbox Live Arcade. So far it looks like everyone has good things to say about it. I am definitely going to go buy it for the 800 points. It looks so polished for being a game that costs so little. Great job by all the folks at GarageGames for creating this and finally getting it certified.
I just got the newest issue of the official Xbox Magazine. Inside this issue is a full beta for Final Fantasy XI. It took me a couple hours to install, setup, and patch but it looks interesting so far. I’m sure I will play it a little bit for the 2 months that the beta is free. After that though, I doubt I will pay monthy for it. I have never played a MMORPG before so I still don’t really know what I am suppose to be doing or where to go. . I guess I’m just a big noob.
For those of us who can’t seem to find the Removable Hard drive anywhere.
I tried to use my portable hard drive with the XBOX360 and it wasn’t recognized or anything. . I didn’t know what the problem could be. After reading this article I think my problem is that I need to reformat my drive to be FAT32, since it is NTFS. I’ll have to give it a try, but I’m hoping it works. :)
Starting salaries for IT professionals and trends and developments expected to affect the field according to the Robert Half Technology. Direct link to the 28-page PDF report http://www.roberthalftechnology.com/html/downloads/rht2006sg.pdf
I always find these type of articles interesting. Since I will be in this industry someday it is always insightful to take a look at what I could expect to be making. Looking over these numbers seems to indicate that I will be able to make a decent living. I just hope the positive trend in salaries continues so that once I graduate I will be earning more!!
As a Linux user, do you know how Linux came to be the robust OS it is now? This article gives some insight into how this OS changed from its simple beginings into the workhorse it is now. Don’t forget to look at all the scary pictures!! To the right is a picture of Richard Stallman, the godfather of GNU.