New Nature Vraie, errata.

Nature Vraie 9 is now up, go check it out. So far the response has been very positive indeed.

I was watching the latest WWDC conference video at the Apple website after hearing so much fluff on Slashdot about Steve Jobs apparently losing his flair. I have to agree with the sentiments of others, that this is a developer’s conference. They’re more interested in things they can use more than the typical whiz-bang niftiness that usually comes out during an Apple keynote.

Still, there were plenty of interesting items shown, especially those having to do with Leopard. That Time Warp demo looked fairly compelling, but while the ability to go “back in time” to see the state of any folder or file that was changed and resurrect that to the present is interesting, I have to worry about performance on my G5 Mac. And one of the little asides they showed was the new updated iChat client (which I never seem to use). The ability for the software to take a snapshot of what’s behind you in a videoconference and substitute any picture or video in its place is just a stroke of genius.
It’s a neat time to own a Mac, and probably an even better time to upgrade to an Intel one.

New PC first though, for me.

EON, ENV, 360 updates

A new edition of EON Magazine has been released, and as always it includes a new Warp Drive Active comic.

Also, a new edition of EVE: Nature Vraie is coming soon, but I’ve taken the liberty to redesign the navigation of the site to make it a bit more intuitive and simple. I’ve also fixed a rather glaring Internet Explorer formatting bug so thing should be a lot more readable now. Why do people still use IE? Check it out here.

Lastly, I’ve been filling in my thoughts on the Xbox 360 games I own, you can check those out in the Gaming section (links above in the header). Enjoy.