In recent interviews, executives at Fox and Disney were unequivocal in their support for Blu-ray. They said they believed that releasing DVDs in both formats would only prolong confusion and the emergence of a winning format. "I think the fastest way to end the format war is through decisiveness and strength," said Bob Chapek, the president of Buena Vista Worldwide Entertainment, the home video arm of Walt Disney.
Sounds like there is a lot of news about Sealand since my last reading about them on
"... since online multiplayer is being pushed by Microsoft, some developers have started neglecting other multiplayer aspects of gameplay, split-screen gaming, particularly 4 player split-screen gaming is becoming increasingly harder to come by, some titles have dropped local multiplayer altogether. Another multiplayer option that I enjoyed is System Link, but again this is becoming increasingly scarce."
Not only is UNIX dead, it's starting to smell really bad. -- Rob Pike