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  • About bloodline
    I was born, I consumed many resources... Death will follow!
    London, UK
    AROS, Electronic Music, Hacking and recently Mazda MX-5s
    Musician and Performance Management Consultant/Analyst
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Posted 04-12-2013 at 08:25 AM by bloodline Comments 1
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Originally Posted by yorgle View Post
I have a couple classic blocky Amiga mice from the A1000/A500 era. Both of them have issues tracking the ball properly. I've cleaned the ball, but the ball remains smooth/slick. It doesn't have the rubbery grip that it used to have.

Does anyone have suggestions for cleaning the ball or treating it with something to restore the grippiness? It would be really nice to move my cursor vertically at some point.
Yeah, don't really clean the ball. The rollers, as lurch...

Posted 04-03-2010 at 08:32 AM by bloodline Comments 2
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As a 10 year old boy, I received my first proper computer... Ok, I had a Sinclair ZX81 before it... but the Amiga 500 was my first proper computer.

But after receiving this wondrous machine for Birthmas (Christmas and Birthday present combined)... and exhausting all that that the "Screen Gems" bundled games had to offer, I set about transferring my ZX81 programming skills to this new platform... within weeks I was badgering my father to buy me "Amos the creator",...

Posted 03-10-2010 at 08:28 AM by bloodline Comments 2
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Originally Posted by _ThEcRoW View Post
The day shops begin to ditch physical format for the games, i will begin to not buy them. I like to have the box and manual. Would anyone pay 60 eur for a game that only exists in virtual form?. I of course not.
iPhone games only come in download form, they only cost 5... I've bought 4 in the last months... Before that, I used to buy about 2 games a year...

The software houses have learned that passing the savings of the download (and virtually unpiratable) formats...
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Posted 04-26-2013 at 06:08 AM by gertsy gertsy is offline
If you want any help,...
Posted 04-16-2010 at 04:35 PM by bloodline bloodline is offline
Nice story .
Posted 04-12-2010 at 03:22 AM by Vegenad Vegenad is offline
Yeah... My iPhone did...
Posted 04-03-2010 at 07:59 AM by bloodline bloodline is offline
Strange blog entry......
Posted 03-26-2010 at 05:16 AM by Karlos Karlos is offline