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Gltron on the BIG screen

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Just talk

Oh man, I was getting the yen to play gltron and went to the site to check out the latest and greatest on it when I saw this post:

Gltron on the 'big screen'. "Pablo Veramendi got GLtron running across 12 monitors. Amazing."

daaaaaang! 12 monitors! I wish he had posted his howto! Big Grin

Swim, Frosty, Swim...

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Humor

A friend sent me this and I thought it was too cute and befitting the season... Big Grin


Swim, Frosty, swim faster...

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Underground Desktop 021 - it rocks!

Yes, I am really excited about this one! Underground Desktop 021 might be an early development version, but it already works very well, and that despite using some really cutting edge features:

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Please Welcome our Newest Sponsor

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Site News

Please help Tuxmachines welcome our newest sponsor, Inventio Consulting, IT Training Specialists. Inventio Consulting is a reseller/broker for many of the leading training companies throughout the UK. Their goal is to find the most suitable course to suit your individual needs from the course offerings of all of our partners and to offer savings for these pairings in some cases.

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Sorry 'Bout 'dat

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News

Sorry about the downtime this morning. It seems a transformer blew in the neighborhood at or about 9:20 CST.

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