Breakfast EPPosted September 3rd 2007 by Dae
It's been a while! The holidays have been pretty riotous, what with usual Suffolk fair, the festival here in Edinburgh (which we did better at than last year, thanks to Anna) and wild mind-expanding music making in the rural Scottish Borders. Angus and myself churned out enough bizarre little numbers for an EP of sorts. We're no longer simply cantlin & angus though, but British Organ, a name taken perhaps inexcusably from that of our favourite sound on the Korg MS2000. I was distressed to uncover no significant difference of design between organs British or otherwise. If you're particularly interested, you can hear the sound clean in track four of the EP, my limp little pop pastiche, or twiddled & dirtied on Good Friday, an old track not on the record.
Pope Denies Homosexuality: Rumours PersistPosted May 14th 2007 by PaPa
Many of you may have heard, whilst some of you may not, which is why I'm writing this news post. Don't think about what I just said too much. Focus rather on this:
Saturday, May 19th: Blizzard Worldwide Invitational, Seoul.
Blizzard have officially confirmed that they will be announcing a new game on this portentious date. Rumours and speculation have been rife, with the most touted candidate being the long awaited Starcraft 2, a title that has me salivating at the mere thought of its glossy CD deigning to enter my humble PC. Other options include Diablo 3 (who cares), Warcraft 4 (pffff) and in the most disturbing instance, a Starcraft MMO. Whilst it is feasible that Blizzard would want to add another cash cow to their dairy, I would think that another of the same breed might sour the milk, so for myself I doubt this idea.
There is also the possibility that when Blizzard said that Ghost had been indefinitely delayed they were actually telling the truth instead of just avoiding saying flat-out cancelled, in which case Ghost may return to crush the hopes and dreams of gamers all over the world once again.
Blizzard.com currently displays a splash screen featuring a timeline of previous franchise releases - notably missing are any expansion packs and any of the classic Blizzard games. From the set up, it appears that each game in the timeline will be highlighted day-by-day until it's the turn of the '?' on the 19th.
For your future reference, Seoul is 8 hours ahead of British Summertime.
so guysPosted May 13th 2007 by Dae
we had some downtime recently it was fucking gay amirite
ps some of you guys still not on irc pretty disappointed ok
multiplayer notepadPosted May 11th 2007 by Dae
#sln @ irc.holonet.org:6667 c u thar m8s