freeware, software

Metasequoia 4 Brief Review

Metasequoia is a 3D modelling program designed by a lone Japanese guy (Osama Mizuno) in downtown Tokyo (At this site: http://metaseq.net/en/.). Surprisingly, it’s a stunningly popular program. This is probably because it’s like PaintToolSAI – most things you need are directly in front of you and easy to use.

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business, global issues, unsorted opinions

Copy Right and Left – How Everyone Sees It

Yes, I mean everyone (well, okay, I’ll simplify it). The topic of copyrights is popular these days because of the ensuing mess, so I thought I’d address it. I’ve had similar posts in the past (but related specifically to software) (Part 1, Part 2), but in this article, I’d like to talk about everyone’s view.

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anime and games, media, tv

.hack//Quantum – Not As Bad As It Looks

First, if you don’t know what .hack is, see my post on the .hack franchise.

.hack//Quantum takes place in the World R:X, another generation of the MMORPG developed by CC Corp. The story is about three girls who hang out in the world: Sakuya, Mary, and Tobias. The first is a rambunctious character who inadvertently leads her friends into a cyber trap, and the fun goes on from there.

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science, tech news and opinions

Rock Solid Source of “Joules”

A recent article on Arstechnica got me thinking about alternative energy. Pardon the pun in the title: “joules” are units of energy, not jewels (though jewels have alot of joules). In as much as some of us may think the world will end before we run out of fuel, there is a chance that it won’t, and we’ll be forced to utilize other sources of energy (unless, of course, you don’t mind giving up your air-conditioning, amongst all those other benefits that come with power and a functioning economy).

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