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Tuesday, September 18th 2007, 9:00pm

For the ones who can (not me, my shipping costs are always more expensive than the product I want to buy), here is my temple:

www.thinkgeek.com

Here you can find, from a USB turntable, a cassette deck-drive for your computer, geek t-shirts, toys for the office, things for your home (like a space invaders door mat or a binary blanket).

I was going to send you some links, but just get in and find your own preferred stuff! :perfekt:
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Wednesday, September 19th 2007, 1:12am

Robotron was pretty hard as well.
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Wednesday, September 19th 2007, 3:22am

@Xonic:

Robotron was hard- the upper levels are *insane*... but for cabinets I always seemed to do pretty well with the dual joysticks like that. Smash TV is another one that I loved playing too. But a completely different gaming experience without the joysticks. PS gamepad just doesn't do it!

If I ever win the lottery I would love to have a cabinet of Robotron, Smash TV, and Area 51. SO much fun!

@LePand:

ThinkGeek rocks! I desperately need Clocky, I have decided!

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Wednesday, September 19th 2007, 4:20am

Clocky! Dear Ford! I need one of those too! Actually, I need most of the things of think geek :lol:

I think I will start with one of these
http://www.thinkgeek.com/tshirts/generic/9080/ 8)
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Wednesday, September 19th 2007, 12:47pm

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Originally posted by ilex011
@Xonic:

Robotron was hard- the upper levels are *insane*... but for cabinets I always seemed to do pretty well with the dual joysticks like that. Smash TV is another one that I loved playing too. But a completely different gaming experience without the joysticks. PS gamepad just doesn't do it!

If I ever win the lottery I would love to have a cabinet of Robotron, Smash TV, and Area 51. SO much fun!

@LePand:

ThinkGeek rocks! I desperately need Clocky, I have decided!

:tongue: :perfekt:


Cabinets are always better. It is closer to the experience that was intended for us.
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Thursday, September 20th 2007, 12:48am

This clocky looks very dangerous, especial if you have house pets....but for sure its more or less funny while you can´t find the propeller :lol:

....and if the window is open.... :tongue:

http://www.thinkgeek.com/homeoffice/lights/9171/

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For the ones who can (not me, my shipping costs are always more expensive than the product I want to buy), here is my temple:

www.thinkgeek.com

Here you can find, from a USB turntable, a cassette deck-drive for your computer, geek t-shirts, toys for the office, things for your home (like a space invaders door mat or a binary blanket).

I was going to send you some links, but just get in and find your own preferred stuff! :perfekt:

This post has been edited 2 times, last edit by "d_h" (Sep 20th 2007, 12:53am)


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Thursday, September 20th 2007, 2:04am

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Originally posted by xonic-64Cabinets are always better. It is closer to the experience that was intended for us.



I agree. Ever play Tron on a cabinet? Ahhhhhhhh...

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Thursday, September 20th 2007, 2:12am

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Originally posted by xonic-64Cabinets are always better. It is closer to the experience that was intended for us.



I agree. Ever play Tron on a cabinet? Ahhhhhhhh...


Now THAT'S something I would love to do. It's just up there with having a threesome and owning a TB 303 synthesizer.
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Thursday, September 20th 2007, 3:05am

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Originally posted by ilex011

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Originally posted by xonic-64Cabinets are always better. It is closer to the experience that was intended for us.



I agree. Ever play Tron on a cabinet? Ahhhhhhhh...


Now THAT'S something I would love to do. It's just up there with having a threesome and owning a TB 303 synthesizer.



:tongue: :tongue: :tongue:


Another good quote for the week!


I've played Tron many times on a cabinet back in the day... I feel like such a ~floozy~ now! ;)

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Thursday, September 20th 2007, 10:33pm

A message from the guys of the C64 Orchestra:

From: C64 orchestra

Date: Sep 20, 2007 3:20 AM
Subject: Create your own remix of the C64 orchestra

To make life a little easier on you we will put one zip file on the double cd RUN 10 which will be released November 2007. The first cd has the 'normal' C64 orchestra recordings, the second one a lot more! It contains live recordings of Monty on the Run, split in three mp3files with bass & horns, strings and flute, oboe and clarinet.
This remixes will be the start of a new project called POKE 20. We will release this project on a new cd when we have chosen the 20 most outstanding remixes we get back from you.

So, when you have finished creating your remix, drop us a mail at c64orchestra@ONinternet.nl and we will tell you where to upload it.

To keep track of your remixes and the work of your fellow POKE 20 artists, visit the website. It will be up and running after the release in November.
After the release of RUN 10 we will also upload more zipped recordings of the c64orchestra to our website: www.c64orchestra.nl

Let's play ON!
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Friday, December 28th 2007, 9:12pm

Things that make you think "Woooo! Cool!!!"

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Reac Table

(yehp, using job resources for these things :D)
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Friday, February 1st 2008, 7:10pm

Maybe it´s old news, but I just found out and the "I´m feeling depressed" button made me laugh hahaha! :tongue:

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Thursday, April 10th 2008, 2:11pm

I tried to book a sightseeingtour with a special umbrella .....

http://www.runnerslight.de/

....but it is booked out :!:

:mauer: I wanna walk with light umbrella :mauer: I wanna walk with light umbrella :mauer: I wanna walk with light umbrella ....... :mauer: :mauer: :mauer: :mauer:

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Thursday, April 10th 2008, 4:04pm

Ohhhh! It´s like a multipurpose Star Wars light saber! Cool! :lol:
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Friday, April 11th 2008, 2:02am

This umbrella is in the movie Blade Runner.

I didn´t get the umbrella today :(

umbrella looks so cool.....


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Ohhhh! It´s like a multipurpose Star Wars light saber! Cool! :lol:

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Friday, April 11th 2008, 9:30am

Oooooh, as soon as I saw it I knew why you were banging your head against the wall. I feel your pain on that, friend. :(


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This umbrella is in the movie Blade Runner.

I didn´t get the umbrella today :(

umbrella looks so cool.....


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Ohhhh! It´s like a multipurpose Star Wars light saber! Cool! :lol:

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Sunday, May 18th 2008, 8:13pm

Hey, ThinkGeek has pixel ties!
Hahahahaha.

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Thursday, May 29th 2008, 6:02pm

C64 dreams

http://www.ucapps.de if you ever wanted to play with a C64 this is your answer.

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Friday, May 30th 2008, 6:23pm

Wanna be the master of the internet?
Here you´ll find the answer...!

http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/074b646f2b
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Friday, October 31st 2008, 1:21pm

Did you wake up today and felt like composing a classical masterpiece? (again?)
Well now you can. Compose a part of "Die Nie Vollendete" online.
That's a nice idea of the Konzerthaus Dortmund. My part is Opus 138 8)

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