> Plus, don't most lights go to flashing yellow (= 4 way stop) at off-peak times?
Traffic lights on side streets, or business intersections, perhaps. But not all lights. And it'd be flashing red if it'd be a 4-way stop. Most of the ones I see do flashing red to the smaller road and flashing yellow to the through road.
> HDMI allows sending audio over the same cable, DVI does not.
Actually, you can get audio out of a DVI port on a video card. I have a GTX570, with one of its DVI ports connected to an HDMI port on my TV with a DVI to HDMI cable, and audio routes over that cable just fine. I was actually surprised the first time it happened, for I thought the same as you.
You have higher cognitive ability, you realize how the world runs, you get depressed. Not the other way 'round.
or try http://springrts.com/
Open source RTS engine which formed around the idea of being a '3d TA' . There's a bunch of variations of TA for it and some nice other games.
A lot of old TA and SupCom players come to spring.
less polish more game.
The number of computer scientists in a room is inversely proportional to the number of bugs in their code.