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About Whir
Biography:
Don't look at me like that, I never said I was stable...
Location:
Kingsford, MI
Interests:
Flippant transmogification
Occupation:
Stalking fictional personas

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Cheese For Fusion?

by Whir on July 3rd, 2008 at 11:49 AM
And you always thought the moon was made of cheese, didn't you? It turns out that there's an estimated one million tons of a form of helium, H3, just kicking around up there. What's the big deal? Where to start...

First, there's estimated to be about 15 tons of H3 on Earth. 15 vs a one and six zeroes. This makes H3 a valuable commodity on Earth. But it makes the moon even more valuable for entrepeneurial pursuits, because, seriously, a million is a lot more than 15.

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1) NIN 2) Google Earth 3) ... 4) Profit?

by Whir on July 3rd, 2008 at 11:09 AM
Nine Inch Nails, along with Radiohead, is one of a handful of popular music acts leading the way into the future of content distribution. Having both released albums for free (or whatever you felt it was worth) via only digital delivery, they are turning the heads of every aspect of the media delivery cycle.

While I definitely approve of all this awesomeness (BTW, Ghosts I-IV and The Slip are both ridicu-good), another interesting thing NIN has produced caught my eye today. Based

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Hellgate: London, Day Two

by Whir on November 7th, 2007 at 09:45 PM
Shortly after my first post, I made a new character and took the evoker class. I was quite fond of it, to be honest. All the class skills I have so far are FPS type range attacks. They also get some gnarly looking armor and weapons.

A couple things I want to touch on here. First, the weapon system is actually pretty cool, even if it's pretty much just a new version of the gem/rune system from Diablo. Most of the weapons after the first few missions in the game have slots where you

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Hellgate: London Mini-review

by Whir on November 5th, 2007 at 02:28 PM
So, true to my lack of financial responsibility, I made off with a copy of Hellgate: London this morning. Previously seen on the demo, short.

I thought there were only three playable classes in the game, but it turns out there are five. Blademaster, hunter, evoker, summoner, and guardian. I think that's all of them anyway. I wanted the DPS feel so I chose hunter.

As a side note, I did play both a blademaster and hunter through the demo. Blademaster is fun, but even

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LG Electronics 50PY3D, Computer Monitor?

by Whir on September 19th, 2007 at 03:51 PM
I finally got around to testing the TV as a computer monitor this week. My initial impression was to be quite impressed.

1920x1080 native resolution makes for a very nice desktop, and the TV handled the finer points quite well. Text was nice and clear, with no muddied areas that I could see, which is something I noticed on just about every 1366x768 monitor I used, something I attributed to having to run 1366x760 on the video output for whatever reason.

The one thing

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