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21.08.2010 by Administrator

A tiny update perhapy?!

Well, I just restructured the backend a little, since it had taken me too much time to update this page in the past. Now that I got my tools ready, I am sure that I can update alot more frequently  (Also, all my updates are going to be archived as you may see on the left) :)

 

As a start, alot has happened since the last time I wrote. First I wrote a few german guest-articles (I think there was more, but I am reaaally bad at keeping track - sorry!!!):

 

I was also asked to give a few interviews for Bazaaria.com:

 

But there is more! I also spent lots of time developing projects for ilscipio, here two examples:

 

And then of course Bazaaria - possibly the greatest auction killer EVA!!!:

Oh and then, I also began to work on my thesis (for the diploma in St Gallen), marched for 60km (intended to do 100, but failed lousily - more on this on a later update), began to learn C++ (felt like it), learned to learn Swedish (well, barely began) and finished up some other projects. Clearly - there is LOTS to see and write about in the near future, so... uhm... YAY :)

 

Cheers,

Paul

 

 

19.08.2010 by Paul

Projects of the past...

I figured that I may want to add some reviews of previous and current projects of mine, so I began writing a few articles that I want to release every few weeks (whenever I feel like it) from now on…

So the start is a tiny little marvel I did right after highschool: Chopper, a J2ME game for mobile devices… Enjoy :)

19.08.2010 by Paul

Trescom Revival

TresCom - love of my life

Well, after years of great support, IGN/Gamespy decided to close its doors on all hosted sites. Unsurprisingly this also affected my beloved www.trescom.org, which is why we began packing our things together and moving to a new host.

Remdul and I used this occasion as a great excuse to finally do some maintenance on the site and forum and relink all hosted sites. So if you've never visited Trescom.org and/or are interested in the Jurassic Park fandom, you should definately pay a visit to that page. It still remains the greatest source for Trespasser on the internet and will always take a special place in my heart.