Hey.. you can come up with a generic term that we will all adopt.. like.. what about.. Walkman?
lol.. fab.. Does it also vibrate when I meet a love match or a speed meter on the highway? It all has to do with gameplay, right?
It's just a way for THEM to figure out who exactly did the xvid recording that appeared on piratebay 37 minutes after the movie ended.
You could make a hi-res replica of the entire planet!! And to simplify the process of digitizing the game landscape, you could let the player take pictures and video clips of whereever they are!11!
i just imagine.. should i end up on the microsoft campus, would that put me in the hell level of the game on the iPhone?
tmk writes: "Germany is on the verge of censoring its Internet. On Thursday the German parliament Bundestag will adopt a law to block Internet sites in order to fight child pornography. In the last months the German net community tried to stop the new law, spreaded the word from Twitter to the mainstream media that the new law won't help against child abuse. The netizens started the biggest parlamentary petition in Germany which was supported by 130000 citizens and fought with wikis and internet memes against the established political structures. Activists even helped to remove over 60 websites containing child pornography in 12 hours — proving that internet blocking is an ineffective method to fight child pornography. But the net community didn't succeed at last. The German Federal Police will soon begin to distribute a blacklist to German providers."
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already-living-in-a-virtual-world writes "On his blog, mispeled writes about a new type of game he'd like to see for the iPhone. It's interesting stuff: '... the integration of a true gaming platform with the capabilities of a phone is unique, at least for the quality of the gaming experience offered. For all intents and purposes, the iPhone is a new system. And new systems demand that new gameplay mechanics be explored. For a long time I've been a fan of the MMORPG genre, and the iPhone offers several MMO-type games, especially those in the facebook, social-networking style. However, what I've yet to see is a game that takes advantage of the iPhone's location services, the GPS-like capability of the phone. Tons of applications use it, but no games, as far as I've seen. Why not? Motion sensing is all the rage on the consoles — the Wii popularized it, but now Microsoft and Sony are jumping on the bandwagon. But the iPhone, because it's portable, offers something more. And I want those offerings taken advantage of. I want to play an MMO that knows where I am and links my physical location to a virtual location. I want to create a game that gives the planet Earth a virtual overlay, interactable via a mobile (read: the iPhone) interface.'"
Okay, we have a couple of thousand years to go, but what if this crazy human species lets off hundreds of nuclear explosions at the same time. Isn't that likely to trigger a geomagnetic reversal? As it seems, such a reversal will probably be the least of our problems in such a situation, but for the sake of completeness I want to ask this question. Would the "geography" of nuclear explosions be of relevance (all in one place vs. distributed over the planet). I presume no-one can tell, huh?