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Some Modern Warfare 2 and Bad Company 2 …

Some Modern Warfare 2 and Bad Company 2 links from around WordPress.com and elsewhere:

  1. How to destroy a base with a UAV in Bad Company 2
  2. Gamer’s View blog
  3. Squad Deathmatch in Bad Company 2. 4 teams of 4 battle it out. The first to 50 kills wins. Haven’t tried it yet. Isn’t it odd that team deathmatch is listed at the top of the game modes in MW2 yet it’s objective games in BfBC2 that are prominent.
  4. Blog of Duty. I liked his smoke grenade post.
  5. New Found Addiction – just in case you’re addicted to Modern Warfare 2. Everything in moderation I say.
  6. How to play stealthy
  7. Games summed up in 5 words
  8. Where to get Xbox Live Subscriptions and Microsoft Points
  9. C4 & Claymore trick
  10. Bad Company 2 Irish clan
  11. Medal of Honor Preview
  12. SMG Guide


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Ethically uncomplicated stem cells

Science is rescuing us from moral mazes says Andrew Sullivan in last weekend’s Sunday Times. He was referring to the discovery that stem cells could be made from human skin cells. Unfortunately the scientists who made the discovery had to use a cancer gene and a retro virus but this should be a big boost for this branch of research and remove a lot of the ethical questions surrounding the destruction of embryos. (Via Dangerousmeta)

  • Photography Ireland forums.
  • Cork Places on Flickr. Get to know the city and county where I live.
  • Copyright plugin for the GIMP. I’d hate to do it, but I might start watermarking my images.
  • Following on from his post on photography as a career, Paul now points at “What do you wish you’d known when you started out?” in EPUK.
  • Doomsday brings DOOM up to date with modern technology. Retro Gamer magazine features DOOM on it’s front cover. I can’t believe it was released in 1993! I remember playing deathmatch DOOM II in college, and before then trying to deathmatch against my friend Brian using a modem and calling his house. Doomsday available for Mac OS X, Linux and Windows. It works really well on my Macbook. I spent an enjoyable hour on it last night blasting monsters, soldiers, sergeants and commandos. I love mouse look! Watch out for those glowing fireballs! Unfortunately the pressure of supporting a GPLed product drove one of it’s developers away. The Duke Nukem guys take a much harder line:

    IF YOU HAVE PROBLEMS:

    Tough luck. Do NOT contact us with bug reports at this time. Do NOT contact us if you can’t get it to build. Do NOT contact us for copies of the game. In fact, if you aren’t sending us code, don’t contact us at all.

  • Now to look over the Quake engines available.
ouch! pointer in the eye!

via when pointers attack