Lots of exciting 100 robots news! Our debut album, Attack!, has been professionally mastered by Chris at Melograf Mastering who has done an amazing job and made the album sound incredible. The new version is already available at bandcamp and will be available on itunes, amazon and many other download services on Monday. To celebrate the launch we’re playing live at The Hope in Brighton tomorrow night and have set up a new blog where we’ll be giving away a track from the album free every month and I’ll be doing most of my 100 robots related music blogging from now on. Head on over and subscribe to the feed so you don’t miss out. Hope to see you at The Hope tomorrow!
“100 robots attack!” Album Out Now!
100 robots vs 100 geeks
100 Robots Vs 200 Zombies
100 robots Vs The Audience
4 Robot Attacks!
Adding Vary Header Support To Nginx
Although Nginx supports proxy caching it doesn’t provide support for the HTTP Vary header out of the box. This is a problem if you want to use Nginx to proxy different versions of the same URI which Vary on Content-Language or proxy different representations of a RESTful resource specified ...read more
Always Watching Out Now!
Always Watching The Watchers
Always Watching has been one of the most satisfying projects I’ve ever worked on. Using a commodity PC and the incredible Ableton Live ...read more
Another Age Must Be The Judge
Babbage Linden In Real Life
When I heard that the theme for the Linden Lab Christmas party was going to be steam punk, I knew I had to go as Babbage Linden. Since 2005 my avatar in Second Life has sported a victorian suit from Neverland and a steam arm, originally from a Steambot avatar ...read more
Battle of the Battle of the Bands
So, which band is the best and which battle of the bands is better? Early indications favour The Providence ...read more
Beyond Time Dilation?
EVE online is a remarkable game. On Monday over 2000 people spent over 20 hours destroying virtual spaceships worth 200,000 USD in real money in what was the likely the largest battle in a video game ever. That EVE is capaple of supporting such large engagements is an amazing ...read more
Last week I took some time off to spend with Luke and Natty during half term and we spent Wednesday having a lovely time finishing off a game we started a couple of months ago: Bouncaline.
Luke has been interested in making games for a while: he made a level ...read more
Brighton Digital Festival
The Brighton Digital Festival starts this week and I’m very happy to be helping out with Facebook London‘s contributions: Parse By The Sea, a mobile app Hackathon featuring Parse on the 26th of September, and helping to Connect The Brighton Digital Festival by sponsoring Metranet to provide high ...read more
Brighton Mini Maker Faire: The Movie
Caching Shared, Private Data With Ningx
As with many other social services, a large amount of the data in EVE Online and Dust 514‘s New Eden universe is shared between subsets of users. Some corporation data should only be accessible to the corporation’s members, market prices should only be accessible to capsuleers and infantry ...read more