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Version Control
by n0manarmy at 23 May, 2012 - 2:18 AM
Any suggestions on a good version control application? I've got some coding projects going on at work and I want to setup a version control application that we can use either via web or through eclipse. The code will be mostly java but there might be something we have to work with a website. I've been playing with git and subversion but i'm having heartburn getting them setup on the ubuntu web server that I have running.
Latest comment: 25 May 12, 2:07 PM

Coding practice
by n0manarmy at 09 May, 2012 - 5:08 AM
Any suggestion on good sites to use to practice coding? I found some java sites but they contain a lot of lessons that increase in difficulty. This made me think. Would there be a market for a site that allowed the community to submit either code snippets or program requests that the community could work on? Obviously it could be abused by homework requests or business requests but there would be attempts at controlling this abuse. There could be a community leader board for points for completion and/or rating of quality of work. The thought would be that the site would be a place that programmers of all ilk could go to regularly to work on a coding problem that would not be overly complex and time consuming in order to practice.
Latest comment: 10 May 12, 1:07 AM

Bug tracking software
by n0manarmy at 26 December, 2011 - 8:11 AM
Any suggestions on good bug tracking software? I'm using a notebook and a pencil right now for bug tracking and feature thoughts. I do have a bugzilla installation I use for work, however there's no offline solution that I can think of. I'd like something that's offline and can sync when online access is available. I'm using Eclipse as my IDE.
Latest comment: 03 January 12, 4:22 AM

So I'm making a game
by n0manarmy at 21 December, 2011 - 2:51 AM
It's java and I'm making it for the purpose of determining how difficult it is to convert straight to android (should be a cinch) and whether or not I have the capability to be a developer and make games. I'm making good progress but I keep debating as to whether or not I want to host the code on a site and attempt to list either public or private (friend) help, or whether or not I should even host the code and do it all myself?
Latest comment: 22 December 11, 6:34 AM

I present to you...boobies!
by n0manarmy at 29 September, 2011 - 4:56 AM
It's been entirely too long without a post
Latest comment: 02 October 11, 5:06 AM

joining the youtube posting fun
by n0manarmy at 22 June, 2011 - 9:46 AM
Latest comment: 24 June 11, 7:06 AM

Gonna buy me some muuuusic!
by n0manarmy at 08 May, 2011 - 4:09 AM
Ben, thoughts on: Justice DeadMau5
Latest comment: 09 May 11, 1:31 PM

Typhoid, your icon is fucking creepy!
by n0manarmy at 19 April, 2011 - 6:18 AM
EDIT: Ugh, why is it parsing it straight down :(
Latest comment: 28 April 11, 8:51 AM

Insidious was scary
by n0manarmy at 16 April, 2011 - 7:37 PM
Just sayin!
Latest comment: 19 April 11, 11:27 AM

Typing "damn" real fast in the address bar of Chrome
by n0manarmy at 02 November, 2010 - 1:16 PM
Does not always bring up
Latest comment: 03 November 10, 6:53 AM

So, this fight REALLY needs to happen!
by n0manarmy at 20 July, 2010 - 4:20 AM
Untitled Document

I present to you:


Bootleg Optimus Prime is actually the most badass Transformer ever VS gundam.jpg

Latest comment: 21 July 10, 3:25 AM

Jay - I hate you for showing me this site
by n0manarmy at 08 April, 2010 - 8:15 AM
For more awesomeness (see scary) make your way over to
Latest comment: 09 April 10, 4:58 AM

Mod Trackers (Rich where's that tape?!!11!)
by n0manarmy at 15 December, 2009 - 10:46 AM
CJ pointed this app out to me Milky Tracker and it looks basically like an updated mod creator. I've been playing with it and, even though I can't get it to make a single sound yet, it's definitely put together well.
Latest comment: 29 December 09, 7:05 AM

Christmas Card Ordering
by n0manarmy at 06 December, 2009 - 9:39 AM
Anyone know a good site with good Christmas card deals? Shutterfly has some nice cards at $1.11 a card...which seems a bit expensive for me. I could do them myself but I'm feeling lazy this Christmas :(
Latest comment: 06 December 09, 9:47 AM

The Motorola Droid - Consumer Ready But Business Beware
by n0manarmy at 23 November, 2009 - 2:25 PM
I've been using the Motorola Droid for over a week now and personally I love it. I find the features, such as the touch screen and the interface, to be somewhat unintuitive to start but easy to grasp. The call quality has been superb, there are times though that answering the phone can be tricky since it involves sliding a finger across the screen. Answering could be problematic if you're cooking or if your hands are wet. The speaker phone does an excellent job and it doesn't distort like I've experienced with other phones such as the LG 8300, Blackberry Storm, and Blackberry Tour. Click "Read Full/Comment" for the rest of the story
Latest comment: 25 November 09, 5:22 AM

This just in! Verizon pisses in your cherios if you use exchange with you're new Droid phone!
by n0manarmy at 04 November, 2009 - 4:14 AM
There's articles surfacing on the web that Verizon will gladly take an additional $15 a month from if you use your Droid phone to connect to exchange because they can. There's yet to be solid confirmation. I'll be digging in to find out more about this.
Latest comment: 04 November 09, 2:59 PM

I hate patents
by n0manarmy at 12 August, 2009 - 8:58 AM
I hate them because they've become nothing but bullshit now. I4i filed a patent in 1998 that outlined a means for "manipulating the architecture and the content of a document separately from each other" invoking XML as a means allowing users to format text documents. I mean seriously...what hell?! Do they employ idiots in the patent office? I'm going to see if I can patent the concept of taking ones hand and using it to hold an object to them wipe ones ass. That way if no one wants to get sued by me, they'll have to wipe their ass with their bare hands. Ugh.
Latest comment: 13 August 09, 6:18 AM

New iPhone Ad Campaign
by n0manarmy at 12 June, 2009 - 6:11 AM
Random Photoshop Idea....Let the trolling begin!
Latest comment: 12 June 09, 6:11 AM

I couldn't pass up the print screen!
by n0manarmy at 03 June, 2009 - 10:46 AM
I thought Ben implemented some new feature when I first saw it but it wasn't the case. The front page provided a humerus little goof with Jamie's random photo's.
Latest comment: 03 June 09, 6:47 PM

Haaaaaaalp! To do list question
by n0manarmy at 15 April, 2009 - 6:59 AM
I'm constantly dealing with questions and requests, people wanting this, a price quote for that, it's a never ending onslaught of questions for things to do. I get big things, small things, extended periods of time things and short one minute diddy things. I'm having a hell of a time keeping track of all these things. I've got a note book that I attempt to keep updated it's just not cutting it. I've got post-it notes all over pages with notes to other pages and it's not effective. I want to find a program that's fairly interactive that I can create digital notes. Color coding would be nice and being able to shift them around in priorities would also benefit. Either something plugins in and expands on Outlooks tasks would be nice or something else completely separate. I can't rely directly on outlook tasks because I use that to track the emails that come flying in constantly and it's cluttered enough with just those. Anyone have any thoughts?
Latest comment: 02 May 09, 12:49 PM

In the fabled words of the e-trade baby "I just bought stock...."
by n0manarmy at 28 January, 2009 - 7:12 AM
I figured, if any time was the time to buy stock, it's now. The tech sector has taken a huge beating along with the rest of the stock market. AMD's stock is roughly $2.30+ a share (which I bought 150 shares of at $2.00 exactly.) The rest of the companies that I know and love, as well as follow, have been thoroughly trounced to the point that it's almost somewhat affordable. We all know AMD and Intel aren't going to go out of business anytime soon, we see them in every facet of our environment. Also NVidia, Microsoft, and HP are still going strong, they're stock's just hurting because everyone else is. I opened up an Ameritrade account and put in the minimum required. I was a little leery at first but now I don't regret it. If the stocks go any lower, which they haven't and I don't foresee that they will, we all know what companies are inherently the foundation of the tech markets and that they'll rebound sooner or later. There may be no better time than now. Just a heads up.
Latest comment: 28 January 09, 2:22 PM

Enterprise Image/Media Management
by n0manarmy at 26 January, 2009 - 1:38 AM
Anyone have any experience or suggestions for an enterprise image/media management solution? I'm browsing through about 60,000+ images that I've accumulated from our PR Director that left, trying to find one specific image and it's dawned on me that all this shit shouldn't be sitting on her hard drive but on a server somewhere. Is there anything like Flickr or Gallery2 that's enterprise oriented?
Latest comment: 27 January 09, 1:59 AM

Windows 7
by n0manarmy at 11 January, 2009 - 12:14 PM
It's on my laptop and the verdict is still out. Right now if I use IE 8 to post on it crashes. Otherwise it's decent. I'll post as I go
Latest comment: 14 January 09, 5:59 AM

I'm bored! Someone amuse me?
by n0manarmy at 07 December, 2008 - 6:59 AM
I've got Forza 2 that I play on the Xbox 360 and that's about it. I beat Fallout 3 and I've got a few other games but not much to suck up my time. Also what the hell can I play on the computer?! I've got a desktop that's aging and struggles to play World of Warcraft without dropping everything down and I've got a sweet ass laptop without a 3D card (funny how that works out) and it's running Ubuntu. Any good muds? Any good games?! Any good Linux games? This is about as random as I can get without posting a picture of me mooning the Internet.
Latest comment: 11 December 08, 3:16 AM

The new iGoogle can suck it
by n0manarmy at 16 October, 2008 - 11:43 PM
Anyone else hating the new layout of iGoogle? It's now tabbed on the left side taking up more room and you can no longer, in one click, expand and contract your feeds. I want my space back! Gimme back my inch on the left Google.
Latest comment: 17 October 08, 12:48 AM

This just in!, who's been ripping your photos?
by n0manarmy at 19 August, 2008 - 2:42 AM
So I've been playing around with which has a database of over 700 million photos, which I'm assuming is still growing. The neat thing is that I can either link photos from the web with the cool firefox/IE pluggin that they have or upload photos that I've cataloged and see who else has them posted or has changed them. This is quite amusing to me cause I used to spend a lot of time doing the photoshop fridays and comedy gold mines on
Latest comment: 21 August 08, 1:03 AM

Request for Ben
by n0manarmy at 30 June, 2008 - 2:00 AM
While reading your topic on Basil Ice Cream, it dawned on me: I want to be able to check a topic that someone's posted and mark it as a favorite. I know I'm not going to be able to get to the basil ice cream post to try it myself or a while but I don't want to lose it in the mass torrent of posts that happen here. Ben, thoughts?
Latest comment: 03 September 08, 1:06 AM

A "Dirty" Proposition?
by n0manarmy at 23 June, 2008 - 2:10 PM
So I was emailed (spammed?) by mentioning that they wanted to sign me up for their ad service like WJZ of Baltimore. The Dilemma is that I don't feel that I 1. Have enough hits a day to warrant any income 2. Feel like I'm some how selling out To play devil's advocate though, if I did start getting income from (name drop!) then maybe I'd start writing more. Ben have you been propositioned by the scary men in suits wanting to steal your soul for money? Anyone else have any thoughts?
Latest comment: 24 June 08, 6:50 AM

So I wanna learn a language
by n0manarmy at 16 June, 2008 - 11:03 AM
I've been doing more and more on the web and I don't want to be an apps junky anymore. I want to learn a language that'll let me do somethings on the web that are cool and fun. I've heard of Ajax, Flash, Ruby (on Rails), .Net (?) and I just can't decide. Right now I'm leaning towards because it looks easy BUT I don't want to put the effort in to a language that's going to die off much like C++ in highschool but I don't want to get involved with a language that's too specific or complicated. I don't want to be a hard core programmer but if I wanted to setup my own website without dumping some app from some page and keeping it simple, what should I look into?
Latest comment: 19 June 08, 10:04 AM

Do we have any tea gurus?
by n0manarmy at 18 April, 2008 - 1:11 AM
I've given up on coffee because it does nothing but tear my stomach up due the to acidity. I've started drinking tea a lot more at work now and I have this feeling that just getting hot water from the water dispenser isn't really doing my tea justice. I've been digging around on Amazon and I found the Sunbeam HTM3 Hot Tea Maker. Does anyone else have any other suggestions? I'm usually drinking tea all morning long. I like to get a couple cups out of my tea bag before I pitch it and I've only done bagged tea, not loose tea.
Latest comment: 18 April 08, 1:07 PM

What should I do? What should I do?
by n0manarmy at 20 December, 2007 - 9:01 AM
I just got out of a 3 week (with one week of training) setup of LanDesk and I have to say that I like it quite a bit. The application is going to touch multiple facets of the university and be used by multiple IT associates. I'm lucky as hell over here in Dental because we were chosen to house the servers which means we get to administer the entire thing. Here's my dilemma: The core server functions as basically the spinal cord for the entire system and has to be made available to everyone. I had a DNS entry placed for the campus to point directly to the core server as Currently that section of the site is blank and says under construction (the basic IIS page) and LanDesk isn't going to put anything there. Now I can put up a simple HTML page with links further in to or I could put a wiki up there, or a blog, or whatever...I don't really know what to do. First off here are the requirements. What I put up has to be compatible with Microsoft SQL because we've got that running on the LanDesk database server and I can easily tie it in. Secondly, it can't be too intensive because the server was designed for LanDesk and I don't want to push it. Thirdly, I'm hoping that whatever I put there will ultimately be a useful tool in the long run.
Latest comment: 21 December 07, 2:43 AM

Cell phone game manufacturers are crap
by n0manarmy at 24 October, 2007 - 1:40 AM
(There's an overall idea and theme behind this post that will be carried out and discussed outside of public sites as I don't want video game makers to steal my common sense and run with before I have a chance with some friends to try first.)

I'm so sick of the crap that's out there for cell phones now. I'm so frustrated with the graphics laden, funky control setup, and horrible camera control crap that Verizon wants you to pay $8+ on your cell phone. I know that the developers have to use an application language from Qualcomm called Brew but seriously, is there no good game developers left in this world? This is the perfect chance to bring back what helped bring the video game industry to life. The cell phone is a very low end computer device that should play games with content, not graphics.
Latest comment: 25 October 07, 3:34 AM

The Courtesy Line at Sonar tonight (Mike Borlik and his band)
by n0manarmy at 11 October, 2007 - 2:27 AM
One of my friend's band is playing at Sonar on Thursday Oct 11th with doors opening at 8pm. The music is much different than he's ever played and their sound is phenomenal, I think at least. The show's only $10 and it's good solid music that won't keep you up late drinking and partying. For that price and for a chance to spend a Thursday night hanging out, listening to new music, and having a few beers, it's definitely worth it. I've included their myspace site which has a taste of their current line up and I'll be there so hopefully this post will help bring a bit extra to the show.

I'll be there. They go on stage at 8:30
Latest comment: 11 October 07, 2:27 AM

It's a woot off!
by n0manarmy at 05 October, 2007 - 5:58 AM
If you're a fan of then today is a good day to watch. The woot off's are so much fun. Just keep your credit card handy for when you want to buy something and be quick cause as soon as one item goes, the next'll be up and gone just as quick.
Latest comment: 15 October 07, 2:27 AM

Vista can suck my (insert expletive)
by n0manarmy at 01 October, 2007 - 8:31 AM
Ben and I were chatting on Friday and I started in to a tirade about how Windows Vista sucks. He wanted an explanation so here you go.
Latest comment: 04 October 07, 6:08 AM

Ski Haus Sale. My brother works there so he'll treat you right if you ski!
by n0manarmy at 27 September, 2007 - 3:20 AM

Ladies and gentlemen, the time has once again come for our annual Ski Swap! It is on October 6th at the Annapolis location and the following Saturday, October 13 at the Glen Burnie location and starts at 10 a.m. Come bring your old Ski and Snowboard equipment and sell it for cold, hard cash! Or use it towards new stuff. The winter season is fast approaching so get your butt off that couch and do some prep work. Before ya know it, there'll be snow up to your knee caps!

There will be another Swap the first Saturday in November at the Annapolis location and once again, the following Saturday at the Glen Burnie local.

Any questions, don't hesitate to contact us at 410-757-6444
Latest comment: 27 September 07, 3:20 AM

Advanced macroing applications
by n0manarmy at 12 September, 2007 - 1:06 AM
I'm looking for any suggestions on advanced macroing applications. I've used ACTools in the passed but I've never been much of a programmer so I've always had to get Jay's help. I think what would need to be done with actools to macro what I want would be too much of a hassle anyways though. I basically want to create an auto roller for the screen shot included below which will involve taking a screen shot, reading the numbers within the screen shot and if the stats are high enough then to continue on and keep the character*.

Screen shot

If anyone has suggestions to isolate the black numbers and then take the number and match it to what I or respond with the keyboard response of "R" (to reroll) that would be awesome. One site note though too. The numbers will increase and decrease in size as well as shift within that box from right to left randomly every 30 seconds.

* Yes, screw you all, I am a dork!
Latest comment: 12 September 07, 4:36 AM

The transition to Ubuntu
by n0manarmy at 23 August, 2007 - 6:28 AM
I followed blindly into the market with the rest of the sheep out there thinking that Linux is the way to go and let me just's easy as hell on a vanilla box that comes with nothing special. When you do it to your home machine that you use for gaming and all sorts of things...not quite the same.

This article here was the one that really got me thinking about switching over.
Latest comment: 28 August 07, 9:29 AM

Repeat? (The Onion)
by n0manarmy at 12 July, 2007 - 1:51 AM
Breaking News: All Online Data Lost After Internet Crash
Latest comment: 12 July 07, 4:39 AM

Quake making a come back?
by n0manarmy at 07 May, 2007 - 12:48 PM
I checked it out and it works! Jamie, this might be a good time to revamp the pain mod?

Yet again Ben...your site hates me. Is it firefox?
Latest comment: 16 May 07, 2:30 PM

Blogging about work
by n0manarmy at 03 April, 2007 - 8:48 AM
I don't know why i didn't think about it until now but i really wanted to use to bitch about work. I feared that one of the people there though would find out about the site and all the things I was saying. Then I thought, "SHIT!" Why not just make it private so that if i ever leave i can just go back and make the posts public. So ladies and gents, i'm still writing, just not so the public can see :) When the tale of terror is finished though I'll be sure to let everyone know.
Latest comment: 03 April 07, 9:36 AM

I was doing so well, I was being so strong...I have failed
by n0manarmy at 09 February, 2007 - 8:02 AM
I went ten whole months! Ten very long and feverish months. I tried to keep myself as occupied as possible. I picked up old hobbies, I kept my eyes out for new things. I figured, this was it, I can do this...if I keep myself occupied long enough then I can break this habit and something new and better will come along. I failed, my girlfriend even supports it! She doesn't understand though! Why?! What can I do?
Latest comment: 09 February 07, 8:02 AM

Vista Ultimate Ed.
by n0manarmy at 31 January, 2007 - 1:37 AM
Wish me luck! I'm starting the upgrade to Vista Ultimate Ed.... *Cry*
Latest comment: 01 February 07, 10:45 PM

Random eerieness
by n0manarmy at 30 January, 2007 - 1:24 AM
I was just browsing around to find out more about Iris card scanners and I found this intriguing site. Apparently we live in a pretty shaky world.

Earth Quakes
Latest comment: 30 January 07, 3:33 AM

I'm bored (at work)
by n0manarmy at 25 January, 2007 - 8:17 AM
I used to MUD back in the day, then played some random games that involved some form or another of windowed mode and generally tackled lighter tasks in the bigger MMO's. All of these things I did at work but they never took up too much of my time because I could step away when I needed too. Well, I've run in to a snag. I don't MUD anymore, I don't have any idea of good decent windowed games, and I'm not playing any MMO's either (and don't really plan on it.)

Any suggestions on good fantasy or mech based games that could possibly be online related or with a decent plot line that would be great at work?
Latest comment: 26 January 07, 4:19 AM

Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Born
by n0manarmy at 22 January, 2007 - 11:04 AM
Well, I've been waiting a very long time for this and it's finally done. Marvel Comics is releasing the Dark Tower series in comic form. I haven't bought comics in so long and finally i can get back in to it with a series that I've loved and enjoyed reading so much.

The site for the comic is

I know I'll be camping out for this (or sending the girl friend if i can't get off of work.)
Latest comment: 23 January 07, 1:48 AM

SyncToy! Where have you been all my life?
by n0manarmy at 19 January, 2007 - 10:07 AM
I always thought Microsoft's backup philosophy sucked. The application they provide proves this. A quick Google search showed Microsoft's SyncToy. I have to admit, I love it! This'll eliminate 90% of the backup headaches I have at work with my users because they're too incompetent to understand the more robust applications but not smart enough to manually back up things themselves. Cheers to you Microsoft, you actually did well!

Latest comment: 21 January 07, 4:02 AM

New years eve
by n0manarmy at 06 December, 2006 - 12:04 AM
What's everyone doing for new years? I've got a couple ideas but from what I hear, the bars in Baltimore are completely different, as in most charge a flat fee for all you can eat and drink style entry and limit the amount of people. So the girl and I might go to a cabin with some friends but I want to hear what everyone else is planning just in case.
Latest comment: 06 December 06, 6:03 AM

Cell phone games suck!
by n0manarmy at 07 November, 2006 - 1:13 AM
So is it me or are most of the games you can get on your verizon phone absolute crap? I'm quite upset by the fact that it's nothing but graphics intensive games with very little plot and depth.
Latest comment: 07 November 06, 1:58 PM

Sad but true
by n0manarmy at 13 October, 2006 - 5:20 AM
Some of you might remember a while ago when i was discussing about getting a blog site up and running about baltimore and all its crazy nutty antics? Well I finally got the site,, except i've got another problem. I don't "really" know how to blog. I mean i could write crap whenever i feel like but are there guidelines on how to be an effective blogger? Rules? Regulations?
Latest comment: 13 October 06, 7:51 AM

Forgotten World (AKA Old School Neverwinter nights)
by n0manarmy at 10 August, 2006 - 3:28 AM
Well, I had written this massive post about Forgotten World but Ben's site whored me and when I clicked "preach it jim!" it brought me back to a blank entry. So here you go, the short version.
Latest comment: 10 August 06, 8:57 AM

Baltimore Blog
by n0manarmy at 30 July, 2006 - 3:03 PM
I'm moving into downtown baltimore some time in september with dan and company. I was thinking that this would be a good time to set up a site just for random bloggings of all the zany ass stuff that i see around baltimore and with living there i'm sure i'll see even more.

Do you think anyone else would have any interests in doing this as well or should i skip the whole idea of trying to find a domain name and setting up my own public site and go to one of the thousands of blog sites out there.
Latest comment: 01 August 06, 8:53 AM

Wiki's and all that wiki goodness
by n0manarmy at 05 June, 2006 - 12:26 AM
I've become quote fond of Wikis and their capabilities but before I completely fall head over heels for this wonderful technology I've got some questions.
Latest comment: 05 June 06, 2:29 AM

I like freelancer
by n0manarmy at 03 August, 2005 - 2:51 AM
You know, Microsoft should really come out with a Freelancer 2. That game was awesome:

Latest comment: 03 August 05, 4:45 AM

Neverwinter Nights
by n0manarmy at 26 October, 2004 - 12:08 PM
For all you old school AOL junkies you might remember a game called Neverwinter Nights. It sucked tons of hours and cash out of AOL members to provide one of the very first graphical multiplayer online game experiences.

I've recently found a remake of this game that has a very dedicated staff and they are doing an awesome job of taking the old and making it so much better.

If you’re familiar with what I'm talking about and miss the old days then check out and relive the old days.

If you want to see what was considered the grass roots of graphical online games and see what was really involved with "playing with others" check it out as well. See you all online as Penn
Latest comment: 27 October 04, 3:59 AM

Ben + = (Need a user name)
by n0manarmy at 30 August, 2004 - 1:21 PM
Since Ben wouldn't provide me with a username of his choice, it makes it very hard for me to buy him a account...Sooo, I'm leaving it up to the masses to decide on what he should use. Granted this name can be funny, demeaning (be nice), or straight out weird and they'll take it.

Fire away!

Latest comment: 31 August 04, 5:26 AM

by n0manarmy at 21 July, 2004 - 3:33 AM

Starscape, this saturday. Anyone planning on going?
Latest comment: 22 July 04, 11:52 AM

WIFI Saves the day again
by n0manarmy at 17 June, 2004 - 9:08 AM
i sit here listening to a guy who looks to much like Ben @ 40 years old drivel on about network security...wifi don't fail me now!
Latest comment: 21 June 04, 8:19 AM

Breakdancing Transformer
by n0manarmy at 11 June, 2004 - 9:17 AM

Holds no flame to this video!!

Latest comment: 15 June 04, 4:54 AM

Straight from a goon's mouth
by n0manarmy at 30 April, 2004 - 8:56 AM

Very funny little music video. It makes me all warm and squishy on the inside.
Latest comment: 03 May 04, 5:17 AM

I need a mud/mmorpg or something that will keep me entertained
by n0manarmy at 20 April, 2004 - 4:56 AM
I'm runnin a wonderul multi OC3 at my new jobby job (University of Maryland, Baltimore) and i needs a good mud/mmorpg to keep me amused for a long time. Something that involves progression and i can either play for a few minutes or kill a few hours on. My PC's not the greatest, only a P4 2GHZ with 384mb of memory. I'll take what ever suggestions anyone has.

I'm currently trying out Fedual Realms but i can't find anything to kill mame or murder...which makes a mud a tad boring.
Latest comment: 21 April 04, 7:13 PM

Bouncing Yo box!
by n0manarmy at 09 November, 2003 - 7:30 AM
Im'a bouncin your sql box.
Latest comment: 09 November 03, 8:23 AM

Woot! Zombie Infenction Simulator
by n0manarmy at 24 August, 2003 - 10:17 AM

(original version, source code included)

(mod'd version, human's actually have a 50/50 chance to surive...but they still get their asses kicked.)
Latest comment: 24 August 03, 1:57 PM

All i can say is, thats one damned funny hippo!!!!
by n0manarmy at 23 June, 2003 - 4:56 PM
Latest comment: 12 June 04, 3:59 AM


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