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Role Playing (Games)

Submission + - Shadowrun Online Kickstarter trending on 10% short with 24 hours to go. (kickstarter.com)

Chandon Seldon writes: Shadowrun Online is an online multiplayer tactical RPG set in the world of the venerable Shadowrun tabletop RPG. Their kickstarter is asking for $500k, and with 24 hours to go it's looking like it'll come up just short of that goal. They have an awesome concept: A turn-based tactical RPG based around four-player online co-op missions with persistent characters. They're planning to support Linux and that ridiculous Ouya console. They're trying to use Kickstarter to bring an amazing setting to life without publisher interference. Your pledge could make this happen.
Mozilla

Submission + - Mozilla SSL policy bad for the Web (uml.edu) 1

Chandon Seldon writes: The issue of digital certificates for SSL and the policies surrounding them comes up over and over again. I've written an article critisizing the behavior in Firefox 3, which includes a serious comparison of the current Mozilla policy — restricting encrypted HTTP to paying customers — to a violation of net neutrality.
Intel

Submission + - Intel Discrete Graphics in 2008? (hothardware.com)

Chandon Seldon writes: According to Hot Hardware, Intel has entered negotiations with graphics card manufacturers to make mid-range discrete graphics cards based on Intel graphics chipsets. It looks like AMD has a deadline on actually providing Open Source 3D drivers (or at least programming documentation) — once Intel starts competing they really don't want to be stuck playing catchup like they are on CPUs.

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