Jen5en (User)

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As Raymond Kurzweil said...
...we are nearing the end of the paradigm when it comes to this generation of computing. Once we surpass that, we will once more see rapid advancement in computational technology. Btw, the notion that it is foolish to assume that we can not keep progressing at this rate, is indeed foolish in itself. If we are assuming that the argument of technology advancing exponentially is true, then we should see computers surpassing the human brain (at least in terms of calculations per second) within th... #8
1915d ago by Jen5en | View comment
Every wall will be a computer huh? That means upgrading hardware will be a b!tch. #11
2244d ago by Jen5en | View comment
30 grand.... bet his dad's pissed.
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2247d ago by Jen5en | View comment
A lot of my fellow WoW'ers are talking about jumping on the Warhammer Online bandwagon when it arrives, but I really doubt it will even make a scratch in the Blizzard armor. WoW is so easy that a chimp could master it. #1
2260d ago by Jen5en | View comment
Did it ever occur to them, that these people might already have a 360? #24
2269d ago by Jen5en | View comment
This will certainly have mass appeal to the average schmuck; even though you might tell him that there will be exclusive DLC for the 360, he'll ask: "What's DLC?" Now, let the battle begin. #9
2269d ago by Jen5en | View comment
Teasecocks...
It's not so much my own disappointment with Home's arrival I'm concerned about, it's Sony's whole way of dealing with its consumers. Sure, it's free. Sure, it may need improvement. But they set specific dates for release, which are then pushed two times, sometimes even three times.

Why is this important? It is because they advertised many of these features in their campaign and THEN they moved the date. If Sony had said: "Home will arrive in late 2008, sure it sucks guys, bu... #167
2269d ago by Jen5en | View comment
I can't even download the update, without the server crashing. Too bad for everyone, I was really looking forward to this one. #44
2271d ago by Jen5en | View comment
Thank God for the IR goggles... #21
2272d ago by Jen5en | View comment
Did you guys notice? If you focus REALLY hard, so can almost see a TV in the background. #52
2281d ago by Jen5en | View comment
Funny how pretty much everything "revolutionary" in Vista is ripped off from OSX. Widgets... sorry, I mean Gadgets, the search bar, live video in the taskbar etc. Currently, I am dual booting between Vista and Ubuntu, the only purpose Vista serves is gaming, everything else I browse with Ubuntu. #23
2283d ago by Jen5en | View comment
I remember when we saw the Resistance 2 scans, and it just "blew everything away". Truth is, when we get to see real HD screenshots, only then will we be able to see whether the graphics are Epic (pun intended) or not. Then again, these are the gentlemen that has brought us quality from day 1, and I have faith in Epic delivering big time again. #47
2283d ago by Jen5en | View comment
I can understand that games are delayed, if the creators aren't satisfied with the product. But an online service can be patched; and do not tell me that home is still on the drawing board. It is likely to be fully functional... just release the damn service and patch it later, if something's off. #8
2284d ago by Jen5en | View comment
I need to reconsider my statement that physical discs won't be entirely replaced in the near future. This is nothing short of insane... the problem is, can any HDD write that fast? Perhaps Flash Drives, but feature films in seconds... #7
2285d ago by Jen5en | View comment
Hi Bladestar!
...I was wondering when you would show up... really... I was.

First off, yes, Windows runs Direct X 10, yes, it runs games. I respect these arguments. However, I would dare to say that none of them have anything to do with my comment. I argued that Linux was superior provided that you could LIVE WITHOUT PC gaming, and I find Direct X useless with gaming out of the question.

Secondly, I agree that Windows is a more widespread OS and I certainly wouldn't recommend Linu... #8.2
2290d ago by Jen5en | View comment
Highly unlikely...
A large percentage of OSX is open source, Linux is completely open source... these are the forces that Microsoft can never deal with. Windows will always be inferior in terms of functionality, stability and even security, though this artucle argues otherwise. 500 engineers can't outsmart a userbase of 5,000,000 geeks. When you switch from Ubuntu to Vista, it feels like going from Vista to 3.11 in terms of functionality. Suffice it to say, with implementations coming in every day and a userbas... #8
2290d ago by Jen5en | View comment
MGS4 has an odd appeal in terms of graphics; the textures are low-res, the polygon-count is rather low... yet it looks stunning in a very original way. Just like the games before it. I actually think that MGS2 and 3 are the most cohesive gaming experiences I've ever had. I would even argue that they are the most polished games ever... #8
2297d ago by Jen5en | View comment
VISTA...
..just say NO. #5
2302d ago by Jen5en | View comment
Have faith my brothers...
...there is yet hope for humanity. #1
2305d ago by Jen5en | View comment
If Acer would allow a community to have open source and a completely open community (think PSN on crack) then it could be a complete breath of fresh air. Competition is good, bring it on Acer! #30
2306d ago by Jen5en | View comment
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