January 2010 Archives

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  • The combined musings and productions from grumpy old gamers and sometime award-nominated RPG designers Nigel McClelland and Ben Redmond

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  • Welcome to Mercer City, crime capital of the East Coast. Torn apart by gang warfare in the alleys, and corporate warfare in the skyscrapers, Mercer City is the perfect place to make it big… or die.
  • The sharpest image ever taken of the large "grand design" spiral galaxy M81 is being released today at the American Astronomical Society Meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii. A spiral-shaped system of stars, dust, and gas clouds, the galaxy's arms wind all the way down into the nucleus. Though the galaxy is located 11.6 million light-years away, the Hubble Space Telescope's view is so sharp that it can resolve individual stars, along with open star clusters, globular star clusters, and even glowing regions of fluorescent gas. The Hubble data was taken with the Advanced Camera for Surveys in 2004 through 2006. This colour composite was assembled from images taken in blue, visible, and infrared light.
  • Understand your community and the needs of its economy, where money is flowing, and where it's being held back due to a lack of information, and pour resources into that area. You will find a way to draw money from the activity you're covering.
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links for 2010-01-11

  • 1. Half-pressing the shutter button (to prefocus) eliminates shutter lag. 2. For the blurred-background effect, back up and zoom in. 3. Force the flash outdoors. 4. Exploit the magic hour. 5. Use a lampshade socket as a tripod.
  • This website tells the story about a 60-mile, two-foot gauge electric railroad that operated 149 locomotives and over 3000 freight cars in small tunnels forty feet below the streets of downtown Chicago. The Illinois Tunnel Company ( later known as the Chicago Tunnel Company) started operating trains through the freight tunnels in 1906. The small four wheel electric locomotives hauled pony freight cars between stores, office buildings, post office facilities, warehouses, factories, and railroad stations. The tiny cars carried packages, goods, mail, food, coal, cinders, and occasionally people!

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