the-inbetween monthly archives for: May 2002

E3: SEGA Breakdown

I must confess: in my younger, less game-savvy days, I had a strong bias against everything Sega. All I had was my Super Nintendo (and NES). I couldn’t afford a Genesis, and my parents sure as hell weren’t going to fork over a few hundred bucks for another console, so I only had the one option. As anyone in such a limited situation would do, I defended my choice to the bitter end. I am a reformed fanboy. As I…

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E3: Nintendo Breakdown

Nintendo’s exhibit was my first stop at E3. It was also the largest, and most elaborate set-up there. As it would be, that grandeur would tarnish all my future booth visits — no one else compared, and I was disappointed to find that out, as my expectations started from such a high point. Regardless, no matter how outlandish your display is, if you don’t have the games to back it up, no one will care. Nintendo definitely had the games…

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Back to the T Dot

I have made my triumphant return from E3 in LA, to the colder reality of Toronto. The blisters on my feet tell me that I saw a lot of the show, and, most definitely, I shall write up some reports or point form notes or something. All I had in my — rather nice — Super 8 room was a modem connection. Unfortunately, I had no service to connect with, and, as such, had no Internet access for the whole…

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California dreaming…

Over the next week, updates will be completely dependent on my ability to find internet access in Los Angeles. Hopefully, I’ll have some nice E3 exclusives — or, at the very least, a bunch of blurry, non-descript photos of some half-finished video games. Exciting!!

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The-inbetween.com year three

Testing, testing… 1,2,3. Anybody out there? This new, movabletype powered format is different… yet, similar. It isn’t quite there yet — as I need to throw in some scripting, (php and javascript), and some other useless self-serving features; and, most importantly, I still have to fine tune it for all those shitty browsers. However, if you are using IE6 or Mozilla 0.9.8 or later (I need to upgrade) on a PC… then it will essentially stay as it is. I…

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