silentbrad writes: As announced last month, Notch — creator of Minecraft — is working on a sandbox space game (no, not the Mars Effect April Fools joke, though it's similar). "The game [0x10c] is still extremely early in development, but like we did with Minecraft, we expect to release it early and let the players help me shape the game as it grows. The cost of the game is still undecided, but it's likely there will be a monthly fee for joining the Multiverse as we are going to emulate all computers and physics even when players aren't logged in. Single player won't have any recurring fees.... The computer in the game is a fully functioning emulated 16 bit CPU that can be used to control your entire ship, or just to play games on while waiting for a large mining operation to finish. Full specifications of the CPU will be released shortly, so the more programatically advanced of you can get a head start."
sys_mast writes: I’ve been struggling to find a replacement router for a non-profit I volunteer for. It seems that there is a market segment that is missed by the major manufactures, somewhere above home use, and below enterprise. We’re looking for Dual Trust zones, one for internal use, and one for guest, just to keep them separate. Often a DMZ port works as a second Trust zone. Client based VPN that works with XP-Win 7. Content filtering and we’re willing to pay a few bucks a year for this service. The content filtering should be subject based. All of this, in a commercial product with decent support. So far Google has been failing me, is there a website out there with a good comparison chart of different small office routers?