Dungeon Generation in VB.NET

I’m currently starting on my 4th set of dungeon generation routines for my game Heroic Adventure!. The first two attempts were horrible beyond mention. The 3rd attempt, although slightly buggy, was actually pretty good. The 4th attempt has only just begun, but I have big plans for it. For now, I’m going to focus on … Read more

New Method of Search Engine Placement

I receive many emails from SEO companies and internet marketing companies all over the world (most of them from India). Recently came to me an advertising email, that I just have to share its contents with you. The title of the e-mail is like any other email “AdWord Banners – Pay Per Click Alternative.” Here … Read more

Silly People

Sometimes I really enjoy the Linux propaganda machine. They come up with some really clever arguments, although they don’t always make much sense when you scratch below the surface. The penguins are kinda cute too. For example… this post by Aboo S At first glance it’s mildly humorous, but when you stop to think about … Read more

Installshield versus the volcano

As many of you know, I’ve been using InstallShield a lot at work. For the most part, I really like it although it’s not without it’s share of issues. Recently, someone asked me why specifically I use InstallShield as opposed to Visual Studio .NET. Since I’m creating MSI installs, sure the InstallScript is nice but … Read more

Google Panda Update

Last month, Google made a very large update to their algorithm, the update was mainly a change in the ranking of poor quality reference content web sites. The change hit on article directories and sites with large amounts of content (not news sites). This algorithm updatecalled by everyone – Google Panda, you can read here … Read more

Greater Charleston .NET User Group

I meant to add this last week, but I’m a slacker… GC.NUG First Meeting Notes As many of you know, we had our first meeting tonight. I’d like to thank all of you who could make it. I had a great time and met some great people. I hope all of you did too. A big … Read more