Tuesday, June 6th 2000
The Daily Flip
While picking through the temporary mail bin I had set up during the server change over a while ago, I noticed there were a few tech file requests that I didn't get a chance to respond to. Unfortunately I don't have the reply addresses, so rather than explaining exactly what happened, I'll cut to the chase: If you contacted me recently about starting a tech file, didn't receive a reply, and still think you'd like to give it a whirl, please contact me and I'll let you know the details. Sorry about the e-mail goof.
Also, the new game development Q&A column is coming very soon now. In the meantime, enjoy a hearty helping of tasty links:
latest additions to the links section:
When Business, Science Collide New Ground-Based Photos Of Mercury's Unseen Surface Ten More Supermassive Black Holes Found Movies Coming To A Palm Near You New Lunar And Martian Meteorites Found Lost Egyptian Cities Found The Coming Java-Linux Duopoly Feeding On Plump Galaxies Gnutella Viruses Weaker Than Email Bugs, Experts Say Linux Games Come Of Age
If you'd like to discuss programming, graphics, 3D, or any of these links, stop by the flipCode Message Center or swing by #flipCode on efnet (irc)!
Global Illumination Compendium Image-Based Rendering In Games Jeff Frohwein's Software Standards Page The Nebula Device 3D Engine SGL 3D Scene Graph Library Bolt Action Software - Downloads