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Eerik to Multihunter (No comments)
Posted by Daishi @ 01:19 CDT, 18 September 2008 - iMsg
Eerik to Multihunter:
Hiya,

I've been banned and am not sure why. Could you give me further details please? We're in second place on the server WW race at the moment, so I am anxious.

I've also messaged multihunter, so please disregard if they are handling it.


-Eerik

You have been banned due to sharing out your account password.
Don't say you didn't because I see all login details. :)
fast way to sort this is to admit and not do it again.

who logged in?
because we havent been doing it.
and why didnt you ban us before?

Because i'm a new game admin who has only just looked.
desertsands and TMC logged into the account

Hiya,

I have had a few responses back and forth with MH2 on this now, so I apologise for the long reply as it's a summary.

He says that we have shared passwords with desertsands.

She has been our sitter on several occasions and we hers. We (Andrew and Eerik, I am his double) have never logged in to her account otherwise.

It's possible that she has our password. However, she wouldn't have logged in with it recently (post rw/tullia banning) and I would be amazed if she's done it even once since the eerik account was banned in June. We learnt our lesson then and have not done it since.

DS is from the UK and Eerik + I are in Estonia. There's no way that DS has logged in from this country, I'm sure a whois lookup on the IP will show that.


-Andrew

Hiya,

Can you tell me when that happened? I am 99% sure that it was BEFORE we were banned in June for this. Once we were banned then, we stopped. I am sure that we have not logged into anyone elses since that time.

If their logins were before our earlier ban, then I believe we've already server our punishment. If the logins were after that, all I can offer in our defence is that we didn't do anything ourselves. If someone else had our password we cannot control if they logged in to our account. We have been acting in good faith.


-Eerik (well, Andrew)

Within the last few days, you logged into desertsands also, I can see this. :)
that is not true.
can not be true - to check i asked her for her password and it is something ive never heard before.

Hiya,

I don't dispute that you have more information on this than us. I'm not arguing, but I simply don't see how this happened. I have never logged into DS account, and neither has eerik.

The only times we've been on it are when we've been set as sitter, which has happened multiple times. DS says that nobody even has her password.

I worked for the security department at PokerStars (the world's largest online poker site), and I know you have a lot of data on us. I also know that people who lie to security are always obvious. I am being completely honest with you in my replies. I have never logged into DS account, and neither has Eerik.


-Andrew

the quickers this gets admited (I see your login remember) the quicker you get unbanned

the thing is, I see all logins, many by you are not registered as a sitter, means you used the password.
Hiya,

I do not have DS' password. Eerik does not have DS' password. DS does not have our password (she says, though I don't trust her as I do Eerik).

The system should show us logging in to DS account as sitter. If the system is showing us logging in to DS account without being a sitter, then your system has to have a bug in it. We have added and removed sitters dozens of times in the last week, perhaps this causes a problem? Some are suggesting in our IRC channel that it may be a bug related to same computer usage?

That's all I can say on this I guess. I hope that you look again at the data and look again at your system. I find it hard to believe your system DOES have such a bug as it's been going for so long.

I am a sensible man, I do not have a problem admitting guilt if I am guilty. My word means a lot to me though, and I did not break the rules as you are stating.

Somebody else may have logged into our account, but we have not logged in to anyone elses since we were banned in June.


-Andrew

unbanned until I review futher
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Eerik to Multihunter2 (No comments)
Posted by Daishi @ 00:59 CDT, 18 September 2008 - iMsg
Me to MH2:

Hiya,

I've been banned and am not sure why. Could you give me further details please? We're in second place on the server WW race at the moment, so I am anxious.

I've also messaged multihunter, so please disregard if they are handling it.


-Eerik


It appears you are banned for Mulitaccounting with Desertsands

Hiya,

I'm pretty sure she's in Norway. I'm in Estonia. We've never shared the same computer and I don't think have even logged in from the same country before.

I've never logged into her account except as sitter (she is near WW so we store some wheat there), and I'm unaware of her ever logging into mine... Could you tell me when that happened please?


-Eerik

Hiya,

Further to my earlier reply - turns out she's logging in from the UK, I was confusing her with another member


-Eerik

From what I can see, you've both been logging in from the same IP address many times, and she hasn't been added as SCU or sitter

Hiya,

When was that last? I've only logged into her account as sitter and she's only logged into this (so far as I know) as sitter. Where's the IP from? I am 100% sure it isn't from Estonia, where I am.

DS isn't online at the moment for me to ask her what's going on, but I think this was her first day back at work for a while so I don't think she could have done this recently...


-Eerik

Hiya,

I've just been on the phone to my double. He says it's possible DS has our password from ages ago. We were banned for pw sharing in early June, and have not done it since.

I would not be surprised to hear that she logged into our account before that time. However, since we were banned for it before, we haven't done anything like it since.

It seems to me that we've been banned for something we've already been punished for. I trust this fits in with the data on your side? I cannot think of another reason why it would show up otherwise.


-Eerik

So she's a he now?

From what I can her IPs match yours 95% of the time, and this is based on recent log ins, this is good proof for Mulitaccounting

Has MH1 messaged you?


Hello - this is the original eerik here.
Let me explain how we work.
Me(Eerik) and Andrew share this account.
We both live in Estonia, Andrew moved here from England a bit more than a month ago.
We share the account.
I have not as far as I remebmer(and this is a good 2 months at least) logged in as desertsands(a she, from the uk) using her password, infact, i might have never done this, even when we were banned for password sharing in june.
Weve had desertsands as our sitter many times, we change them regularly and only have 2 for the night even tho its WW time. Our members are staying up countless hours in the middle of the night just to not break the password sharing rule.

Please understand and unban.

Hiya,

I haven't had a reply from MH1 yet.

Me (Andrew) and my double (Eerik) play on this account, he is a he. DS is a she and is not playing on this account.

DS has logged into this account as a sitter, would that explain the matching IP addresses? She has been a sitter on many occasions. I also log in to her account (as a sitter!) whenever our wonder is low on wheat. I have never logged in to her account using her password and she has not logged in to ours since we were banned in June for pw sharing. We have learnt our lesson from that.

Can you tell me where this IP address is from please? As you can see, I am in Estonia and this is where all the account activity is from. DS is in the UK.


-Andrew

Hi,

Due to a few complications, I can no longer handle this.

Regards,

D'artagnan.
Edited by Daishi at 01:12 CDT, 18 September 2008 - 1269 Hits
I made a Blog (28 comments)
Posted by Daishi @ 06:06 CST, 12 February 2008 - iMsg
And it's here:

http://sciolistpoker.blogspot.com/

Gogo!
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Some Blackjack (32 comments)
Posted by Daishi @ 15:13 CDT, 16 July 2007 - iMsg
So I had a good start to June. WSOP numbers: 6350 or so. My savings account: Happier with me. My desire to play poker: Sorely lacking.

Quite often when I put in a lot of hands one month, I lose all desire to play the next. I think I have an inbuilt function to only be able to play 25000 hands per month, if I ever put in anymore, it comes out of next month's total.

This doesn't stop me from still wanting to make some money on the side though, so I turned to blackjack. Many winning poker players have serious "leaks" - ways they consistently lose money. Blackjack is one of them. A friend of mine wagered over $1m in May, when his sallary is only a couple percent of that (he won, swore off blackjack, but was last seen playing $100/hand in Vegas...)

I've never indulged, and infact the reason I win at poker is because of that disicpline. So when I took up blackjack for the month, I had good reason.

There are hundreds or perhaps even thousands of online casinos out there. The differences are really pretty small - who cares if you're playing on 888 or BetFred just so long as they actually pay out. You're inevitably going to lose your money, and you probably aren't going to spend much time on these sites. So, they need to have good ways to attract players - bonusses.

There are many sites around that will offer you 100% up to your deposit amount, typically with a Ł100 or $100 ceiling. You then have to wager a certain amount, and the money is yours. Let's say I make a Ł100 deposit, with 100% bonus. I have to wager a total of Ł5,000, and the Ł100 is mine.

Blackjack is typically the game with the smallest house edge. The house has a 0.5% edge over the player, so effectively, if you bet Ł200, the house keeps Ł1 in the long run. If you bet Ł5,000 the house takes 0.5% on average, Ł25.

They don't just hand you Ł75 though, there is variance to contend with. Sometimes you'll cash out nothing, sometimes you'll cash out a lot more. It's only on average that it's worth Ł75. If you play Ł1 hands of blackjack (yawn), you're more likely to get a number closer to Ł75, but Ł75 is still the number. If you play Ł100 hands of blackjack, it's overwhelmingly likely that you'll go broke, but sometimes you'll cash out a LOT. On average, Ł75.

I calculate my "money making time" to be worth at least Ł20/hour. I don't spend time on anything less, because that's pretty much what I'd get at work doing overtime, and that's a guaranteed amount that probably has benefits outside itself (i.e, they like me more). I've no interest in playing 5k hands of Ł1 blackjack over 10 hours to get Ł7.50 per hour. I therefore compromise and play Ł5/hand. That's about two hours of blackjack for an average of Ł75, a perfectly respectable return.

My variance is higher: I have a decent chance of going broke, and a decent chance of cashing a good total out, but my expectation is good. So this is how I spent my July so far:



That's a total of Ł1055 in, Ł2024 out. It's probably about Ł50k playthrough, so 10k hands of blackjack played, which is about 20 hours, for ~Ł50/hour. I probably ran a little bit above expectation, but even so, I would quite like to put in one more casino to try to hit Ł1k for the month from blackjack....

The thing is that blackjack is a pretty boring game. You play the perfect strategy and it's quite entertaining while you learn it, then that's it, it's tedious. You get annoyed at the variance and you can't justify it like you can in poker, because in poker you know you're making positive expectation bets where the long run is infinite. For blackjack bonusses, there's a horizon, there's a wall stopping you from reaching the long run - unless you want to play negative expectation blackjack, in which case you're gambling, not trying to make money.

So now it's back to poker for a while. I'm going to learn a little bit of Omaha, and put in a couple of hours at $200 NL, but nothing special. It's a bit easier to motivate myself when I'm running good though, which seems to be the theme of the month...
Edited by Daishi at 15:16 CDT, 16 July 2007 - 16902 Hits
Desktop Tower Defence (23 comments)
Posted by Daishi @ 16:09 CDT, 2 July 2007 - iMsg
Now I can retire young

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More Betting.... (21 comments)
Posted by Daishi @ 13:10 CDT, 1 July 2007 - iMsg
I managed to finish my 40,000 hands, though the results weren't exactly impressive:



So, I managed to play for 68 hours and win a total of $698.95, for $10.24 per hour. Now, considering in October I played a similiar amount of time and won well over $200 per hour, this isn't a brilliant result. I can do overtime and get paid four times this much.

On the plus side, I get 27% of that rake paid back, so +$921.01. Then I can add the prop bets, for +$700. Therefore, poker in June made me $2319.96, which is a much more respectable figure. That's $34.11 per hour, which is close to what I could get at work if I did that much overtime.

So, the moral to the story? Don't make prop bets about how many hands you'll play that month. Often in poker things go badly for you. It's extraordinarily difficult to continue playing a good game when this happens: You call too often perhaps, or raise when you shouldn't. To combat this, I normally take time off the game. When I have to average 1300 hands per day, I cannot do this, and the results speak for themselves. Breaking even over 26k hands at $100 NL is not a good thing, I know I can beat games four or six times as big.

Many poker players know that it's a game of psychology, but perhaps a lot of them are not aware that it's largely a matter of your OWN psychology. Keeping your head in the right place and always playing your best game or something close is the only way to profit.

So anyway, I said I'd talk a bit about some of the other bets I've made this month. This is an unusual month - I don't know if ones in the future will go this way or not, but I've placed a lot more bets in June than I have before.

The biggest one is on Betfair. This is a betting service where you bet against other punters - someone is putting the money up for the other side of the bet. Therefore, to win you have to know more about the bet than the others. You also have to know sufficiently more to beat the rake. I cannot say that about any sport, so I do not play the game.

However, they have a market on the World Series of Poker. I know a lot about poker - I've played it for a living in the past, and now I work for the biggest online poker site.. I know more than most punters. The bet that stood out for me was the market in the field sizes. In 1971, 6 people entered the $10,000 event. In 1981, 75. In 1991, 215. 2001 - 613. Then things REALLY took off. In 2006, 8773 people took part.

This information isn't exactly secret. Most people will be betting the trend. They will be expecting nine or ten thousand entrants, but I thought otherwise.

Since 2006, something has happened that made me want to lay these bets (i.e, be the sportsbook on this bet - letting people bet on 9,000+). Senator Frist managed to attach the Unlawful Internet Gaming Enforcement Act to a port security bill on the last day of congress. The port bill had to pass, and many of the house were unaware the UIGEA was even attached. The aim of this act was to make getting money to and from online gaming sites illegal.

Fortunately for those of us who believe in civil liberties, the bill had several huge flaws. But, it meant that Party Poker's stock tanked - from in the hundreds to down to 30p/share. They went from being a five billion dollar company to being removed from the FTSE 100, as they decided they had to withdraw from the US market for legal reasons, losing 75% of their playerbase in one stroke. It made poker harder to play in the US, the home of the WSOP. Most of the big sites started turning their attention to Europe for their new players.

Therefore, I expect there to be many fewer entrants to the WSOP. The poker boom already showed signs of finishing in the US before the UIGEA, and now many people have stopped playing because they (wrongly) think it makes poker illegal. It also makes it a lot harder for them to play in the online satellites - last year, PokerStars sent 1600 of the 8900 players through its satellites.

Europeans just don't care about the WSOP as much as Americans. There'll still be satellites, but fewer people will be qualified this year compared to last.

More importantly, the sites that still deal with US players are not able to send wire transfers to Harrah's (the WSOP organisers). The big sites that deal with US players still - PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker - instead credited their players with the $10,000 buyin and told them to do with it as they please. Therefore, I predict that of the (smaller number of) people who qualify online, fewer will turn up - perhaps 1 in 4 or even less.

The market on Betfair was listing 9,000+ entrants at 2.98, when I thought it was really more like 6 or 7. I bought all the action, and then I bought some more at 3 and 3.1. In total, I have about Ł1500 on this bet. If I win, I get about Ł2250. If I lose, I lose Ł1500.

This is quite a lot of money, particularly for my first ever "sports" bet. I have no sports betting bankroll (whilst I have one specifically for poker), so this really is jumping in at the deep end. I feel no need to bet on anything else, and I picked this bet purely because the value was so good.

Of course, I am not assured of the money. I think the real odds are 5 or 6:1, and sometimes I will lose. The fact that early numbers from preliminary events are good (some up on last year, some about the same) makes me pretty nervous. However, these events do not have online qualifiers, and so the largest part of why I think this is a good bet has not yet come into play.

I consider that Ł1500 money now spent. I can afford to lose, though obviously it'll annoy me. I think it's a wise investment, and I think that if I see bets that good again, I will take them. However, I will not place bets without this kind of edge. I know a lot of people doubt this kind of statement, but I have successfully played more than a million hands of online poker, and I have never done any of the compulsive things that gamblers do: Play blackjack, play much higher than their bankroll dictates, or play under severely suboptimal conditions (e.g, drunk).

So, roll on the weekend... You will find me in the pub on Friday, whether to celebrate or drown my sorrows!
Edited by Daishi at 13:10 CDT, 1 July 2007 - 11399 Hits
Stupid Bets (18 comments)
Posted by Daishi @ 17:03 CDT, 29 June 2007 - iMsg
As of late, I have become something of a degenerate. I used to never bet on anything outside of poker, no matter what it was. Ok, so sometimes I did Ł5 bets with friends, but that was it. Recently, I am betting a LOT more...

My biggest bet of the month was for $1,000. It's a slightly strange bet because we both have the same one - if one of us fails to play 40,000 (poker) hands this month, we have to pay the other $1,000. Please note: I have a fulltime job.

I ran really really bad at the start of the month, so took a week off. By the 18th I had played 20500 hands.. And so made a similiar bet with another player that we could do 20,000 hands by the end of the month, this time for $200.

The $1,000 player messaged me on 2 + 2 yesterday saying that he had gone crosseyed from too much poker. He was on 30,000 hands and whilst he could play another 10,000 by the end of the month (he had 2 and a half days), he would hate to do so. He offered to buy himself out for $500. We both lose if he plays it out, so I took the money. I probably should have asked for $6-$700, but I didn't want to press my point...

The guy I had the $200 bet with was 3,000 hands short when he sent me a message this morning saying that he isn't going to make it as he has to move house. He didn't offer to buy himself out, and in that case I suppose I would have had to say no: He would have no chance of playing it out, so I lose if I let him get out. I am sure he knew that too.

Of course, I still have to play my 40,500 hands by the end of the month, and I still have 3075 to go... If I lose, it's going to cost me $500 rather than $1200, but I think that's still motivation enough to spend my Saturday eight tabling!

This isn't actually the biggest bet that I have going right now, perhaps I'll explain that one next time...
Edited by Daishi at 17:06 CDT, 29 June 2007 - 6936 Hits
PC to HD TV? (42 comments)
Posted by Daishi @ 07:52 CDT, 15 June 2007 - iMsg
Can anyone point me in the right direction?

If I want to aquire HD DVD/Blu Ray movies and play them on my HD TV, what do I need in terms of PC? I have no idea how these things work.

It's kind of annoying to spend Ł250 or whatever it was on an HD DVD player when there're a load of films that are out as blu-ray only...
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Sciolist -vs- Racor (5 comments)
Posted by Daishi @ 05:09 CDT, 7 April 2007 - iMsg


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Rating: - (0 votes)
Gametype: N/A
Map: Tournament Tower
Mod: N/A
Version info: 1.04
How to play back C&C3 demos


An automatch ladder game - me (214) vs. Racor (74). I realised in this game that build orders might actually be useful, he out resources me by so much early on. However, I know how to abuse this map, and make it a nice close match...
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Sciolist -vs- Brutal Balanced AI (3 comments)
Posted by Daishi @ 06:55 CST, 10 March 2007 - iMsg


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Rating: - (0 votes)
Gametype: Duel
Map: Small Town USA
Mod: N/A
Version info: Demo
How to play back C&C3 demos


Testing...

This replay is buggy for me, but it shows the first half of how to beat the Brutal balanced AI. As I am clearing my original start Tiberium field, when I replay this it doesn't have me selecting half my forces, so it all goes wrong from then on. If anyone gets it working all the way through, this is me beating the Brutal Balanced AI in 18 minutes 30 or so.

To load the replay watcher, use the -spectator switch, for example:

"C:\Games\C&C 3 Demo\CNC3Demo.exe" -spectator

File goes into:

C:\Documents and Settings\Andrew\My Documents\Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars Demo\Replays

There don't appear to be fast forward, pause or rewind buttons though, but hopefully that'll be in the final version.... It's a bit boring watching me build a crane, moving my MCV and so on.
Edited by ESR|Nicky at 17:45 CDT, 31 March 2007 - 4977 Hits
Little Red Tanks (91 comments)
Posted by Daishi @ 09:43 CST, 20 January 2007 - iMsg
People will argue that the competitive Real Time Strategy game was born with Warcraft 2. The argument is similar to that which says FPS competitive gaming originated in BBS board Doom matches: A small number of people were able to play over often unreliable specialised services that nobody else knew much about.

Quake was the real birth of competitive FPS gaming – the Internet was just starting to hit critical mass, millions of people knew what the game was, matches could be found in a matter of seconds, and the game didn’t break. Similarly, the birth of competitive strategy games came for me with Red Alert. As the widely anticipated sequel to Command & Conquer, the magazines were full of nothing else, there was a free, dedicated server run by the developers that everyone had access to, and the game (mostly) actually worked. Thousands played.

Since then we’ve had a couple of insipid sequels, the developers were bought out, and the world discovered Starcraft. RTS games haven’t advanced since then – they’ve regressed to pointless 3d interfaces, gotten bogged down in the most boring parts of the game, and have just not been much fun.

As you can probably tell, I am thinking of Command & Conquer 3 when I write this column. Yes, the last few C&C games were a bit boring. Yes, the RTS games from EA LA haven’t exactly been brilliant. Yes, it’s ten years since the last great game. But I don’t care! C&C3 looks like it might actually have what it takes to work.

Firstly, the developers are talking about immediacy. When you click on a unit, it actually does something, it doesn’t pause for a bit, decide whether it likes you or not, and begin to trundle over. It just goes. And all of the units go – a priority of the design of the engine is that everything runs.

Just as exciting for the competitively inclined, C&C3 looks like it’ll probably be one of the few games that has us in mind. The services that we are used to – sites like ours, where you can download the latest demos, ranking services, commentating setups – these are built into the game. I don’t think that these details are final yet, but the idea is that all games played on the ladder are uploaded to the C&C3 service. Players with reputations for being good find their replays in more prominent positions. The most viewed replays stay for longer on the site, whilst ignored ones disappear. You can rate how good your opponent was after the game finishes (though I assume that’ll run on some kind of bias system depending on how well you’ve been rated yourself, which should help remove players with bad reputations). You can schedule games with opponents too, so that when you go to the site, you can look at past games and check the listings for upcoming games to watch live. You can also find which games are running right now, jump in, and watch those as they happen.

There will be a free, stand alone observer client which will let you watch games without actually needing to own a copy – what a great idea as a marketing tool, let alone the uses in a competitive environment. You can have a caster of the game, who can provide commentary, control the camera and draw on the screen to highlight parts of the match. The reputation points also apply to these commentators, so that you can tell who is worth watching in that regard too.

Then you have the standard ladders, matchmaking services and so on that we are used to with these games. What more could a competitive gamer want? It’d be trivial to create a tournament, and the system seems to fit perfectly with what the big organisers like the WCG are looking for in their competitions.

Starcraft purists deride Red Alert for being a one unit game. Whilst this is slightly unfair, the emphasis is on slightly. Games are decided in a dance of little red and blue tanks, with only the occasional Tesla coil, engineer, grenadier or rocket troop seeing the light of day.

If EA LA manage to create some semblance of balance in the game and give players a chance to win in more than just one way, the future of competitive RTS gaming is looking bright.
Edited by Nicky at 02:34 CST, 2 January 2008 - 37071 Hits
Ten Years Online (31 comments)
Posted by Daishi @ 08:44 CST, 10 January 2007 - iMsg
I just thought I'd mark the moment that I'd been online for ten years.

For my 17th birthday (actually, a bit before), I persuaded my parents that they should get me a modem and a phone line, on the grounds that I had money due to christmas just passing, and that I had two paper rounds.

I then proceeded to run up Ł100 monthly phone bills for the next 3 years courtesy of Red Alert, Quakeworld and Starcraft. Hurrah!
Edited by Daishi at 09:28 CST, 10 January 2007 - 8736 Hits
Albums (59 comments)
Posted by Daishi @ 09:57 CST, 4 December 2006 - iMsg
You can ignore this journal entry, I just wanted to list my mp3 directory in albums for linking elsewhere.

21st Century Breaks - Phantom Beats Laid Back Mix
21st Century Breaks - Phantom Beats Tek Mix
21st Century Breaks - Soul of Man Funked up Mix
21st Century Drum & Bass - Decoder (Disc 1)
21st Century Drum & Bass - Decoder (Disc 2)
21st Century Drum & Bass - Decoder (Disc 3)
21st Century Drum & Bass 2 - Cause4Concern
21st Century Drum & Bass 2 - Chris Industry
21st Century Drum & Bass 2 - Killa B
A Camp - A Camp
Aaliyah - Aaliyah
Absolute Old Skool Classics (Disc 1) - Ratpack
Absolute Old Skool Classics (Disc 2) - Kenny Ken
Air - Moon Safari
Alanis Morissette - Jagged Little Pill
Alex Reece - So Far
Amon Tobin - Splinter Cell Chaos Theory
Andrew Kelly - February 2006 EDM Radio Mix (2006-02-17)
Andy C - Nightlife 3
Andy C - Ram Raiders
Andy C - World Dance (Disc 1)
Andy C - World Dance (Disc 2)
Andy C & DJ Hype - Fabric Live
Andy Weatherall - 9 O'Clock Drop
Andy Weatherall - Fabriclive
Anthony Pappa - NuBreed 001 (Disc 1)
Anthony Pappa - NuBreed 001 (Disc 2)
Anthony Pappa - Resolution (Disc 1)
Anthony Pappa - Resolution (Disc 2)
Aphex Twin - Come To Daddy
Aphex Twin - Drukqs (Disc 1)
Aphex Twin - I Care Because You Do
Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works 85-92
Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works II (Disc 1)
Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works II (Disc 2)
Aphex Twin - The Richard D. James Album
Aquasky - Aftershock
Aquasky - Breakbeat Bass Vol 2
Aquasky vs Masterblaster - Beat the System (Disc 1)
Aquasky vs Masterblaster - Beat the System (Disc 2)
Aquasky vs. Masterblaster - Breakbeat Bass
Aquasky vs. Masterblaster - Stayfresh (Disc 1)
Aquasky vs. Masterblaster - Teamplayers
Art of Trance - Voice Of Earth
Artificial Intelligence - Liquid V Club Sessions 2
Aspects - Correct English
Audio Bullys - Ego War
Ayla - Nirvana
Babylon Zoo - The Boy With The X-Ray Eyes
Bad Company - Book Of The Bad (Disc 1)
Bad Company - Book Of The Bad (Disc 2)
Bad Company - Digital Nation
Bad Company - Shot Down On Safari (Disc 1)
Bad Company - Shot Down On Safari (Disc 2)
Banco de Gaia - Igizeh
Bassbin Twins - Marine Parade (Disc 1)
Bassbin Twins - Marine Parade (Disc 2)
Beastie Boys - Hello Nasty
Beastie Boys - The Sounds Of Science (Disc 1)
Beastie Boys - The Sounds Of Science (Disc 2)
Bebel Gilberto - Bebel Gilberto
Bebel Gilberto - Remixed
Bebel Gilberto - Tanto Tempo
Beulah - Mabel And I
Black Sun Empire - Cruel And Unusual Disc 1
Black Sun Empire - Cruel And Unusual Disc 2
Breakage - This Too Shall Pass (Disc 1)
Breakage - This Too Shall Pass (Disc 2)
Breakfastaz - Breakspoll Vol 1
Bruno E - Alma Sessions
Bryan G - Liquid V Club Sessions 1
Bryan G - The Sound of Movement
BT - Emotional Technology
BT - Escm
BT - Ima
BT - Movement In Still Life
BT - This Binary Universe
Calibre - Second Sun
Chante Moore - Exposed
Chase & Status - Bingo Sessions Vol 3
Cibelle - About a Girl EP
Cibelle - Cibelle
Cibelle - The Shine of Dark Electric Leaves
Clipz - Livin'drumz
Coldcut - Journeys By DJ
Concorde Dawn - Uprising
Corrosion Of Conformity - Deliverance
Crystal Method - Vegas
Curve - Come Clean
Curve - Cuckoo
Curve - Doppelg„nger
Curve - Gift
Curve - mp3 Releases
Curve - Open Day At The Hate Fest
Curve - Pubic Fruit EP Collection
Curve - Radio Sessions
Curve - The New Adventures Of Curve
Cyantific - Ghetto Blaster
Daft Punk - Homework
Deadly Avenger - Fabric Live 4
Deep Dish - Moscow (Disc 1)
Deep Dish - Moscow (Disc 2)
Deep Dish - Yoshiesque (Disc 1)
Deep Dish - Yoshiesque (Disc 2)
Delerium - Chimera
Delerium - Karma (Disc 1)
Delerium - Karma (Disc 2)
Delerium - Nuages du Monde
Delerium - Poem (Disc 1)
Delerium - Poem (Disc 2)
Destiny's Child - The Writing's on the Wall
Dieselboy - Project Human
Digital - Dubzilla
DJ Armin Buuren - Boundaries Of Imagination
DJ Ferry Corsten - Live At Innercity
DJ Ferry Corsten - Solar Serenades
DJ Food - Kaleidoscope
DJ Food - Refried Food
DJ Food & DK - Now, Listen!
DJ Fresh - Escape From Planet Monday
DJ Friction - Bingo Sessions Volume 1
DJ Hype - Live at Fabric
DJ Hype - Playaz4Real (Disc 1)
DJ Hype - Playaz4Real (Disc 2)
DJ Hype - Playaz4Real (Disc 3)
DJ Hype - True Playaz In The Mix Vol. 2
DJ Icey - Different Day
DJ Icey - Essential Mix
DJ Krush - Code 4109
DJ Krush - Kakusei
DJ Krush - Ryu
DJ Krush - The Message At The Depth
DJ Krush - Toshinori Kondo
DJ Krush - Zen
DJ Mag - Just Listen
DJ Marky - Movement - The Brazilian Job
DJ Marky & XRS - In Rotation
DJ Montana - Concept
DJ Montana - Space Age 3.0
DJ Montana - Space Age 4.0
DJ Montana - Space Age 5.0
DJ Patife - Cool Steps
DJ Patife - Trama D&B Sessions
DJ Q - TwentyFour7even
DJ Rap - Intelligence
DJ Rap - Learning Curve
DJ Rap - Propa Classics Volume One
DJ Rap & Kenny Ken - Brave New World
DJ Rap Presents - Journeys Through The Land Of Drum And Bass
DJ Skully - Champion Sounds
DJ Tayla - Points In Time 4-6 Mix
DJ Ti‰sto - In My Memory
DJ Ti‰sto - In Search Of Sunrise
DJ Ti‰sto - In Search of Sunrise 2
DJ Ti‰sto - In Search Of Sunrise 3
DJ Ti‰sto - Live at Innercity
DJ Ti‰sto - Magik 1 - First Flight
DJ Ti‰sto - Magik 2 - Story of the Fall
DJ Ti‰sto - Magik 3 - Far From Earth
DJ Ti‰sto - Magik 4 - A New Adventure
DJ Ti‰sto - Magik 5 - Heaven Beyond
DJ Ti‰sto - Magik 6 - Live In Amsterdam
DJ Ti‰sto - Magik 7 - Live In Los Angeles
DJ Ti‰sto - Space Age 1.0
DJ Ti‰sto & DJ Montana - Space Age 2.0
DJ Yoda - The Amazing Adventures of
DJ Zinc - Beats by Design 2
DJ Zinc - Beats By Design EP
DJ Zinc - Bingo Sessions Volume 1
DJ Zinc - Drum & Bass Arena Presents
DJ Zinc - Faster
Dom & Roland - Back for the Future
Dom & Roland - Chronology
Download
Dr Dre - 2001
Drum & Bassline Smith - Street Technique (CD 1)
Drum & Bassline Smith - Street Technique (CD 2)
Dynamite MC - World Of Dynamite
Echobelly - On
Ed Rush & Optical - The Creeps (Disc 1)
Ed Rush & Optical - The Creeps (Disc 2)
Elastica - Elastica
Elastica - The Menace
Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP
Eminem - The Slim Shady LP
Etienne de Crecy - Tempovision
Evanesence - Fallen
Evol Intent - Us Against The World (Disc 1)
Evol Intent - Us Against The World (Disc 2)
EZ Rollers - Titles of the Unexpected
EZ Rollers - Titles of the Unexpected Live
Fabio - Fabric Live 10
Felix da Housecat - Kittenz and Thee Glitz
Fernanda Porta - Fernanda Porta
Ferry Corsten - The Very Best Of
Freestylers - Adventures in Freestyle
Freestylers - Fabric Live
Freestylers - Raw as Fuck
Freestylers - Raw as Fuck Remixed
Freq Nasty - Breakspoll Vol 2
Frou Frou - Details
Future Beats 02 - Manifest
Future Beats 03 - Chase & Status
Future Beats Vol. 6 - Gremlinz
Ganja Kru - Darklight
Garbage - Garbage
Garbage - Version 2.0
Gilles Peterson - Back in Brazil (Disc 1)
Gilles Peterson - In Brazil - Classsico (Disc 1)
Gliles Peterson - Back in Brazil (Disc 2)
Goldie - Drum & Bass Arena (Disc 1)
Goldie - Drum & Bass Arena (Disc 2)
Goldie - Timeless
Greg Benz - Aurium September 2006 (2006-09-14)
Grooverider - Fabric Live 6
Grooverider - The Harder They Come (Disc 1)
Grooverider - The Harder They Come (Disc 2)
Headcase - Cross Eyed Rabbit
High Contrast - Fabriclive
High Contrast - True Colours (Disc 1)
High Contrast - True Colours (Disc 2)
Hospitalised - Disc 01 - Mixed By London Elektricity
Hospitalised - Disc 02 - Mixed By High Contrast
Hospitalised - Disc 03 - Mixed By Cyantific
Hybrid - BBC 6 Mix (2006-10-13)
Hybrid - Burning Man 2004 (2004-09-02)
Hybrid - DJ Set At The Glade Festival (2005-07-16)
Hybrid - DJ Set On MK Ultra KTRU Houston (2005-10-21)
Hybrid - DJ Set On Proton Radio (2006-09-02)
Hybrid - February 2006 Kiss 100 Mix (2006-02-03)
Hybrid - I Choose Noise
Hybrid - Morning Sci Fi
Hybrid - Remix & Additional Production By
Hybrid - Strongarm Sessions Guest Mix (2006-09-26)
Hybrid - Wide Angle
Hybrid - Wide Angle (Live Angle)
Imogen Heap - i Megaphone
Imogen Heap - Speak for Yourself
J Magik - Infrastructure (Disc 1)
J Magik - Infrastructure (Disc 2)
J Majik - Fabriclive 13
J. Scott G. - Dance Me, Dark Stranger (2006-08-22)
J. Scott G. - Dirtier Little Slut (2006-09-14)
J. Scott G. - Summer Beckons 2006 (2006-03-08)
Jenna G - For Lost Friends
Jody Wisternoff - August 2005 Electrofly Mix (2005-08-04)
Jody Wisternoff - Autumn 2005 Mix (2005-10-01)
Jody Wisternoff - Combined Forces Mix (2005-07-19)
Jody Wisternoff - Digweed Transitions Guest Mix (2006-04-30)
Jody Wisternoff - DJ Set On Particles Proton Radio (2005-01-16)
Jody Wisternoff - February 2006 Particles Mix (2006-02-19)
Jody Wisternoff - January 2006 Promo Mix (2006-01-22)
Jody Wisternoff - June 2006 Way Out There (2006-06-26)
Jody Wisternoff - March 2006 Way Out There Mix (2006-03-27)
Jody Wisternoff - May 2006 Way Out There (2006-05-22)
Jody Wisternoff - November 2006 Way Out There (2006-11-01)
Jody Wisternoff - October 2006 Myspace Mix (2006-10-15)
Jody Wisternoff - October 2006 Way Out There (2006-10-03)
Jody Wisternoff - September 2005 Mix (2005-09-01)
Jody Wisternoff - The Genre Show (2006-11-04)
John B - Future Reference
John B - Future Reference Set
John B - Intransit
John B - Redox (Catalyst - Reprocessed)
John B - Redox (DJ Mix)
John Digweed - MMII
Jonny L - 27 Hours A Day (Disc 1)
Jonny L - 27 Hours a Day (Disc 2)
Kenny Ken - A History of Hardcore (Part 1)
Kenny Ken - A History of Hardcore (Part 2)
KiloWatts - Journey Deep Mix (2006-07-15)
KiloWatts - The Neighborhood (2006-04-30)
Kirsty Hawkshaw - Meta-Message
Koma + Bones - Shutterspeed
Kosheen - Resist
Krust - Coded Language
Krust - Hidden Knowledge
Krust - Retrospective
Lab 4 - Evilution
Lab 4 - Evilution - Live
Lab 4 - Live in Australia
Lab 4 - Neurocide
Lab 4 - Neurocide - Live
Lab 4 - Virus
Lab 4 - Virus - Live
Lamb - Daft Jazz
Lamb - Fear Of Fours
Lamb - Lamb
Lamb - Remixed (Disc 1)
Lamb - Remixed (Disc 2)
Lamb - What Sound
Laurent Garnier - Unreasonable Behaviour
Lawgiverz - Bass Instinct
Leftfield - Leftism
Leftfield - Leftism Remixes
Leftfield - Rhythm & Stealth
Leftfield - Stealth Remixes
London Elektricity - Billion Dollar Gravy
London Elektricity - Live at the Scala
London Elektricity - Power Ballads
Lostep - Because We Can
Lou Rhodes - Beloved One
LTJ Bukem - Journey Inwards
LTJ Bukem - Progression Sessions (Instrumental Version)
LTJ Bukem - Progression Sessions f. MC Conrad
LTJ Bukem - Progression Sessions Live in Japan
Lunik - Ahead
Masha Qrella - Unsolved Remained
Matthew Herbert - Bodily Functions
Matthew Herbert - Plat du Jour
Matthew Herbert - Scale
Maxim - Hell's Kitchen
Micah - Fate Soundtrack (2006-02-16)
Micah - Ruhn Song 004 (2006-01-24)
Micah - Ruhn Song 005 (2006-02-28)
Micah - Ruhn Song 006 (2006-04-25)
Micah - Ruhnsong007 (2006-06-27)
Micah - Ruhnsong008 (2006-07-25)
Micah - Ruhnsong009 (2006-09-26)
Micky Finn - The Takeover Bid II
Mint Royale - See You In The Morning
Mirwais - Production
Misc
Miss Kittin - I Com
Miss Kittin - A Bugged Out Mix (Disc 1 - Perfect Night)
Miss Kittin - A Bugged Out Mix (Disc 2 - Perfect Day)
Moloko - Do You Like My Tight Sweater
Moloko - Things To Make And Do
Moving Fusion - The Start of Something (Disc 1)
Moving Fusion - The Start of Something (Disc 2)
mp3 downloads
Ms Dynamite - A Little Deeper
Natalie Williams - Lucky Old Sun
Natalie Williams - Secret Garden
Nick Warren - DJ Set At Havat Hayaen Israel (2001-10-11)
Nick Warren - JustMusic Mix (2006-02-18)
Nick Warren - Live at Universe - Big Love (1993-08-13)
Nick Warren - March 2006 DJNickWarren.com Website Mix (2006-03-01)
Nick Warren - Unreleased Global Underground Reykjavik Disc (2003-01-01)
Norah Jones - Come Away With Me
Nu Brazil 2
Nu Tone - Hospital Mix
Nu Tones - Brave Nu World
NuBreed - February 2006 JJJ Mixup (2006-02-11)
NuBreed - KISS100 Guest Mix (2006-09-17)
Ojos de Brujo - Barˇ
Omni Trio - Even Angels Cast Shadows
One Self - Children Of Possibility
Orbital - Halcyon
Paradise Lost - Draconian Times
Paradise Lost - Reflection
Patricia Marx - Lazy Soul
Patricia Marx - Respirar
Paul van Dyk - Out There And Back
Pearl Jam - Vs
Pendulum - Hold Your Colour
Peshay - Fuzion
Photek - Form & Function
Photek - Modus Operandi
Photek - Solaris
Pink - Can't Take Me Home
Placebo - Without You I'm Nothing
Plej - Electronic Music From The Sewdish Leftcoast (Disc 2)
Plej - Electronic Music From The Swedish Leftcoast (Disc 1)
Plus One - Champion Sounds (Disc 2)
Points In Time 2
Points In Time 4
Points In Time 5
Points In Time 6
Points In Time 9
Princess Superstar - My Machine
Princess Superstar - Princess Superstar is
Puffy AmiYumi - Hi Hi Puffy Amiyumi
Puffy Amiyumi - Nice
Q Project - Renaissance Man
Queen - Greatest Hits I
Queen - Greatest Hits II
Queen - Greatest Hits III
Radiohead - Amnesiac
Radiohead - Kid A
Radiohead - OK Computer
Radiohead - Pablo Honey
Radiohead - The Bends
Rage Against The Machine - Evil Empire
Rage Against The Machine - Rage Against The Machine
Rage Against The Machine - The Battle Of Los Angeles
Red Hot Chilli Peppers - Blood Sugar Sex Magik
Renegade Hardware - Anthology Part 1 (Disc 2)
Renegade Hardware - Anthology Part 1 (Disc1)
Republica - Republica
Republica - Speed Ballads
Resonant Evil - Biological Warfare
Rogue Element - Rogue Rock
Roisin Murphy - Ruby Blue
Roni Size - In The Mode
Roni Size - New Forms
Roni Size - Through The Eye (Disc 1)
Roni Size - Through The Eye (Disc 2)
Roni Size Pres. Full Cycle Live 2
Roots Manuva - Dub Come Find Me
Sabrina Malheiros - Equilibria
Sander Kleinenberg - NuBreed 004 (Disc 1)
Sander Kleinenberg - NuBreed 004 (Disc 2)
Sasha - Airdrawndagger
Sasha - Involver
Satoshi Tomiee - Global Underground (Disc 1)
Satoshi Tomiee - Global Underground (Disc 2)
Satoshi Tomiie - Full Lick
Satoshi Tomiie - NuBreed 006
Scratch Perverts - Fabriclive 22
Scratch Perverts - History In The Makin'
Seb Fontaine - Prototype #1 (Disc 1)
Seb Fontaine - Prototype #1 (Disc 2)
Seb Fontaine - Prototype #2 (Disc 1)
Seb Fontaine - Prototype #2 (Disc 2)
Seb Fontaine - Prototype #3 (Disc 1)
Seb Fontaine - Prototype #3 (Disc 2)
Seba and Paradox - Beats Me
Sets
Shiloh - Bleed - CD1 (Red Cell)
Shiloh - Bleed - CD2 (White Cell)
Shiloh - January 2006 Mix (2006-01-05)
Shiloh - June 2006 Mix (2006-06-20)
Shiloh - Live At Studio Cube 326 Tokyo (2006-09-29)
Shiloh - Live At The Den January 2006 (2006-02-02)
Shiloh - March 2006 Floppy Discs Mix (2006-03-02)
Shimon - Ram Raiders
Shy FX - Fast Lane
Shy FX & T Power - Diary of a Digital Soundboy
Sia - Colour The Small One
Silicon Kid - Demo
Smoke City - Flying Away
Sneaker Pimps - Becoming X
Sneaker Pimps - Splinter
Soundtrack - Blade
Soundtrack - Friday
Soundtrack - Romeo Must Die
Spirit - Puzzle Box
Squarepusher - Alive in Japan
Squarepusher - Do You Know Squarepusher
Squarepusher - Go Plastic
Squarepusher - Hard Normal Daddy
Squarepusher - Selection Sixteen
St Germain - Tourist
Stanton Warriors - Fabriclive30
Stanton Warriors - Lost Files
Stanton Warriors - Stanton Sessions 2
Stanton Warriors - The Stanton Session
Suba - Sao Paulo Confessions
Tali - Lyric On My Lip
Talvin Singh - Ok
Talvin Singh Presents Anokha - Soundz Of The Asian Underground
Tango n' Vectif - ć-ziq
Technical Freaks - Destruction Ritual
Technozoid - Bad Innonsence
TeeBee - Carpe Diem (Disc 1)
TeeBee - Carpe Diem (Disc 2)
T‚l‚popmusik - Angel Milk
Telepopmusik - Genetic World
The Best Of Platipus (Disc 1) Mixed by Anthony Pappa
The Best Of Platipus (Disc 2) Mixed by Anthony Pappa
The Cardigans - Communication
The Cardigans - Emmerdale
The Cardigans - First Band On The Moon
The Cardigans - Gran Tourismo
The Cardigans - Life
The Cardigans - Super Extra Gravity
The Corrs - Talk On Corners
The Corrs - Unplugged
The Prodigy - Experience
The Prodigy - Fat of the Land
The Prodigy - Music for the Jilted Generation
Thom Yorke - The Eraser
Timecode - Moving Shadow 00.1
Timecode - Moving Shadow 01.1
Timecode - Moving Shadow 02.1
Timecode - Moving Shadow 02.2
Timecode - Moving Shadow 05.2
Timo Maas - Connected (Disc 1)
Timo Maas - Connected (Disc 2)
Timo Maas - Loud
Timo Maas - Music For The Maases (Disc 1)
Timo Maas - Music For The Maases (Disc 2)
Tina Dickow - Fuel
Tina Dickow - Notes
Tina Dico - Far
Tina Dico - In The Red
Tina Dico - Singles
Tinariwen - Amassakoul
Total Science - Mars Needs
Tranceformer 2000 (Disc 1 - Mauro Picotto)
Tranceformer 2000 (Disc 2 - Lange)
Two Lone Swordsmen - A Virus With Shoes
Two Lone Swordsmen - Tiny Reminders
Underworld - Beaucoup Fish
Urban Funk Breaks 3
Way Out West - Don't Look Now (Disc 1)
Way Out West - Don't Look Now (Disc 2)
Way Out West - Intensify
Way Out West - Way Out West
Weapons Of Mass Creation
Willaim Orbit - Pieces In a Modern Style
Wipeout - Pure
Y4K - DJ Icey
Y4K - Dub Pistols
Y4K - Evil Nine
Y4K - Freq Nasty
Y4K - Hybrid
Y4K - ILS
Y4K - Koma & Bones
Y4K - Nubreed
Y4K - Past Theories, Future Lessons (Disc 2)
Y4K - Tayo
Y4K - Trouble Soup!!
Y4K - Uberzone
Y4K Further Still - Tayo (Disc 1)
Y4K Further Still - Tayo (Disc 2)
Zero 7 - Another Late Night
Zero 7 - Simple Things
Zero 7 - The Garden
Zero 7 - When It Falls
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I am an Idiot (No comments)
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Poker Post (23 comments)
Posted by Daishi @ 14:30 CDT, 8 May 2006 - iMsg
Actually, a better heading would be "Poker Boast".

PartyPoker have a VIP club whose main/only benefit is that every couple of months they run a bonus that's dependent on how many PartyPoints you earn. They started one on the 27th of April, and I've just finished it, for almost +10% profits.

I have done something sociable twice since the 27th (once to play in a home game...), and have otherwise spent spare time on cards. I'm also likely to play again on the 10th when the promotion ends, as you get +10% for every 10% you exceed the bonus. Even better, tomorrow I am going to a media tournament courtesy of PokerStars, which involves members of the media, guests, and the last three WSOP champions playing in Sit & Go freerolls. And by no means least, a free bar.

In essence, it's been all poker for me the last two weeks. And I'm not even burnt out. This is quite probably because I'm winning quite a lot, and at a form of the game I'm new to - 6 max. I'm actually winning more per hour than I did when I played for a living, though that choice of career was not my proudest moment.

Oh yeh, and after mentioning that I was reading (the pretty interesting) "The Poker Face of Wallstreet", the author Aaron Brown mailed to say thanks for the mention, which was somewhat surprising. I was drunken at the time, so I doubt any other poker authors are going to be emailing me any time soon, especially if I tell Chris Moneymaker what I thought of his book when I meet him tomorrow...

Edited by Daishi at 19:32 GMT, 8th May 2006 - 13280 Hits
I need Books! (200 comments)
Posted by Daishi @ 09:05 CDT, 18 June 2004 - iMsg
I need some books. can anyone recommend a book that is NOT:

  • Fantasty
  • Crime/Thriller
  • 100 Years Old
  • Horror
  • Aimed at 10 year olds

    And that I haven't read yet!
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    Table Test (No comments)
    Posted by Daishi @ 13:36 CDT, 10 May 2004 - iMsg
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    Quakecon 2004 (4 comments)
    Posted by Daishi @ 12:17 CST, 17 March 2004 - iMsg
    View Coverage: QCON2004
    Organiser: http://www.quakecon.org/
    Website: http://www.quakecon.org/
    Location: MESQUITE, Texas
    Duration: 12 Aug 2004 to 15 Aug 2004

    MESQUITE, Texas - March 15, 2004 – Pack the car, buy the airline ticket, or get a new pair of walking shoes – just do whatever it takes to be at QuakeCon 2004. The 9th annual QuakeCon video game festival and tournament storms into town August 12-15 at the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas. This annual fan pilgrimage to the largest, most awe-inspiring North American LAN event will be a four day adrenaline-pumping party with 5,000 of your closest friends. With 24 hour-a-day entertainment, action, and activities QuakeCon is open to video game fans worldwide completely free of charge. First-come, first-serve online registration for QuakeCon 2004 will begin at 9:00 PM EST on Wednesday, April 14 at www.quakecon.org.

    "QuakeCon is the Woodstock of gaming, with thousands of fans from around the world coming together for 4-days of non-stop competition, parties, and just hanging out with friends,” said Todd Hollenshead, CEO, id Software. “QuakeCon attendees expect the biggest and best -- they won’t be disappointed. There simply is no equal.”
    The new venue will house the largest-ever BYOC (Bring Your Own Computer) area accommodating 3,000 players, an increase of 1,000 seats from last year’s packed house of 2,000. The four-day event will erupt with contests, workshops, hardware and software demos/exhibits, give-aways, loud parties and white-knuckle tournament action – attracting top players from around the globe.

    To reserve a room, call the Gaylord Texan at 866-782-7897. To receive special negotiated room rates of $109 for single or double occupancy and $119 for triple or quad occupancy, QuakeCon attendees should inform the reservation desk that they’ll be at the hotel for QUAKECON. Additional information regarding the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center is available at www.gaylordhotels.com/gaylordtexan.

    Update: The reservations issue has been resolved. If you made a reservation on Monday night, you should call the hotel, and make sure they have the correct discounted rate for you. Parking is free for all attendees. Reservations are coming in way faster than we anticipated, we suggest you avoid delay if possible, in order to get a good room.
    Edited by Sujoy at 12:34 CST, 31 December 2006 - 11692 Hits
    League of Extraordinary GentleWomen (No comments)
    Posted by Daishi @ 10:33 CST, 6 March 2004 - iMsg
    View Coverage: LOEW
    Organiser: Daishi & aNouC
    Location: Online
    Duration: 17 Apr 2004 to 16 May 2004

    IRC: #loew

    The Fantom” is fermenting war between the nations with his advanced weaponry and devious cunning – we need you and a selection of fellows to confront this madman, halt his nefarious plan and save the world! This band will be called… The League of Extraordinary Gentlewomen!

    Actually, we just want to run an online girl's Counter-Strike tournament, and aNouC liked the name. So calling all European girl's CS teams! We are creating a ‘for fun’ online tournament to be run over the next couple of months, as a more competitive way to practice for the ESWC.

    Firstly this competition is for girl’s teams only! We intend this to be an online warm-up event before the ESWC, so that teams can see where they are against many that they may not have had the chance to play against before.

    We would like sixteen European teams to compete in this tournament, which will run on Saturday and Sunday afternoons every weekend from April 17th and 18th, until the finals on May 15th and 16th. The teams will be split into two groups of eight, who will play in a round-robin format, with the top two from each going to the semi finals. These two groupings will be split according to geographical location where possible, so as to ensure the pings are as fair as can be.

    Each team will play twice per weekend, so we will need quite a few admins to help out – both in IRC and in the games. We are therefore asking for experienced volunteers to lend a hand, perhaps for a game a weekend, or more if they wish. Volunteers coming from teams already entered in the competition will be allowed, but will only help out in games from the other group.

    The full rules, schedule and map lists will be available once we have a good idea of how many teams will be registering.

    If you have any questions, you can find us in #loew on Quakenet. If you have any flames, we won’t be there; we’ll be hiding behind our sofas.

    To register to compete in the league, please email aNouC.
    To volunteer to help admin the games or in IRC, please email Daishi.
    Edited by Sujoy at 17:49 GMT, 4th Feb 2006 - 6313 Hits
    Lazy Sunday Afternoon (41 comments)
    Posted by Daishi @ 11:44 CST, 7 December 2003 - iMsg
    Bored, read Punee's journal, so copied it.

    Please note, I'm not proud of some of these, but here is every album I own on CD. Not counting singles, MP3s, vinyl or things I have bought in the last few days. The list has lots of "Disc 1" and "Disc 2" because I made this list from my mp3 rips, and that's how I store them.

    21st Century Drum & Bass - Decoder (Disc 3)
    21st Century Drum & Bass - Decoder (Disc 2)
    21st Century Drum & Bass - Decoder (Disc 1)
    21st Century Drum & Bass 2 - Killa B
    21st Century Drum & Bass 2 - Cause4Concern
    21st Century Drum & Bass 2 - Chris Industry
    21st Century Breaks - Phantom Beats Laid Back Mix
    21st Century Breaks - Phantom Beats Tek Mix
    21st Century Breaks - Soul of Man Funked up Mix
    Aaliyah - Aaliyah
    Absolute Old Skool Classics - Ratpack (Disc 1)
    Absolute Old Skool Classics - Kenny Ken (Disc 2)
    Air - Moon Safari
    Air - Virgin Suicides
    Alanis Morissette - Jagged Little Pill
    Alex Reece - So Far
    Amon Tobin - Out From Out Where
    Andy C - Nightlife
    Andy C - World Dance (Disc 2)
    Andy C - World Dance (Disc 1)
    Andy C - Ram Raiders
    Andy Weatherall - 9 O'Clock Drop
    Anthony Pappa - Resolution (Disc 1)
    Anthony Pappa - Resolution (Disc 2)
    Anthony Pappa - NuBreed 001 (Disc 2)
    Anthony Pappa - NuBreed 001 (Disc 1)
    Aphex Twin - Drukqs (Disc 1)
    Aphex Twin - Drukqs (Disc 2)
    Aphex Twin - The Richard D. James Album
    Aphex Twin - I Care Because You Do
    Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works II (Disc 1)
    Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works II (Disc 2)
    Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works 85-92
    Aphex Twin - Come To Daddy EP
    Aquasky vs Masterblaster - Beat the System (Disc 1)
    Aquasky vs Masterblaster - Beat the System (Disc 2)
    Aquasky - Aftershock
    Aquasky vs Masterblaster - Stay Fresh
    Art of Trance - Voice Of Earth
    Aspects - Correct English
    ATB - Movin' Melodies
    Ayla - Nirvana
    Babylon Zoo - The Boy With The X-Ray Eyes
    Bad Company - Show Down On Safari - Mixed
    Bad Company - Shot Down On Safari
    Bad Company - Book Of The Bad (Disc 1)
    Bad Company - Book Of The Bad (Disc 2)
    Bad Company - Digital Nation
    Beastie Boys - The Sound of Science (Disc 1)
    Beastie Boys - The Sound of Science (Disc 2)
    Bryan Gee - The Sound of Movement
    BT - Emotional Technology
    BT - Escm
    BT - Ima
    BT - Movement In Still Life
    Chante More - Straight Up
    Coldcut - Journeys By DJ
    Corrosion Of Conformity - Deliverance
    Crystal Method - Vegas
    Curve - Black3Tracker2 EP
    Curve - The New Adventures Of Curve
    Curve - Gift
    Curve - Pubic Fruit EP Collection
    Curve - Doppelg„nger
    Curve - Cuckoo
    Curve - Come Clean
    Curve - Radio Sessions
    Curve - Open Day At The Hate Fest
    Daft Punk - Homework
    Deadly Avenger - Fabric Live 4
    Deep Dish - Yoshiesque (Disc 2)
    Deep Dish - Yoshiesque (Disc 1)
    Deep Dish - Moscow (Disc 2)
    Deep Dish - Moscow (Disc 1)
    Delerium - Poem (Disc 1)
    Delerium - Poem (Disc 2)
    Delerium - Karma (Disc 1)
    Delerium - Karma (Disc 2)
    Delerium - Chimera (Disc 1)
    Delerium - Chimera (Disc 2)
    Destiny's Child - The Writing's on the Wall
    Dieselboy - Project Human
    Digital - Dubzilla
    DJ Armin Buuren - Boundaries Of Imagination
    DJ Ferry Corsten - Live At Innercity
    DJ Ferry Corsten - Solar Serenades
    DJ Food & DK - Now, Listen!
    DJ Food - Refried Food
    DJ Food - Kaleidoscope
    DJ Hype - Playaz4Real (Disc 2)
    DJ Hype - True Playaz In The Mix Vol. 2
    DJ Hype - Playaz4Real (Disc 1)
    DJ Hype - Playaz4Real (Disc 3)
    DJ Hype - Live at Fabric
    DJ Jurgen - His Favourite Tracks (Part 2)
    DJ Krush - The Message At The Depth
    DJ Krush - Code 4109
    DJ Krush - Toshinori Kondo
    DJ Krush - Zen
    DJ Krush - Kakusei
    DJ Krush - Ryu
    DJ Mag - World Series - Umek
    DJ Mag - D&B Mix
    DJ Mag - Breaks From Australia
    DJ Mag - Just Listen (Breaks)
    DJ Marky - Movement - The Brazilian Job
    DJ Montana - Concept
    DJ Montana - Space Age 5.0
    DJ Montana - Space Age 3.0
    DJ Montana - Space Age 4.0
    DJ Q - TwentyFour7even
    DJ Rap & Kenny Ken - Brave New World
    DJ Rap - Intelligence
    DJ Rap - Learning Curve
    DJ Rap Presents - Journeys Through The Land Of Drum And Bass
    DJ Rap - Propa Classics Volume One
    DJ Rap - Touching Bass
    DJ Tayla - Points In Time 4-6 Mix
    DJ Ti‰sto - Nyana (Disc 1)
    DJ Ti‰sto - Nyana (Disc 2)
    DJ Ti‰sto - In My Memory
    DJ Ti‰sto - Magik 2 - Story of the Fall
    DJ Ti‰sto & DJ Montana - Space Age 2.0
    DJ Ti‰sto - In Search Of Sunrise 3
    DJ Ti‰sto - Space Age 1.0
    DJ Ti‰sto - Live at Innercity
    DJ Ti‰sto - In Search of Sunrise 2
    DJ Ti‰sto - Magik 7 - Live In Los Angeles
    DJ Ti‰sto - Forbidden Paradise 1
    DJ Ti‰sto - Magik 6 - Live In Amsterdam
    DJ Ti‰sto - Magik 1 - First Flight
    DJ Ti‰sto - Magik 5 - Heaven Beyond
    DJ Ti‰sto - Magik 3 - Far From Earth
    DJ Ti‰sto - Magik 4 - A New Adventure
    DJ Ti‰sto - In Search Of Sunrise
    DJ Zinc - Beats by Design 2
    DJ Zinc - Beats By Design EP
    DJ Zinc - Faster
    Dom & Roland - Back for the Future
    Dr Dre - 2001
    Echobelly - On
    Ed Rush & Optical - The Creeps (Disc 1)
    Ed Rush & Optical - The Original Dr. Shade CD2 Mix
    Ed Rush & Optical - The Creeps (Disc 2)
    Ed Rush & Optical - The Original Doctor Shade
    Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP
    Eminem - The Slim Shady LP
    Etienne de Crecy - Tempovision
    EZ Rollers - Titles of the Unexpected Live
    EZ Rollers - Titles of the Unexpected
    Fabio - Fabric Live 10
    Felix da Housecat - Kittenz and Thee Glitz
    Ferry Corsten - The Very Best Of
    Ganja Kru - Darklight
    Garbage - Garbage
    Garbage - Version 2.0
    Goldie - Timeless
    Grooverider - Fabric Live 6
    Grooverider - The Harder They Come (Disc 1)
    Grooverider - The Harder They Come (Disc 2)
    Headcase - Cross Eyed Rabbit
    High Contrast - True Colours (Disc 1)
    High Contrast - True Colours (Disc 2)
    Hybrid - Wide Angle
    Hybrid - Morning Sci Fi
    J Magik - Infrastructure (Disc 1)
    J Magik - Infrastructure (Disc 2)
    J Magik - New Generation
    John B - Future Reference Set
    John B - Redox (Catalyst - Reprocessed)
    John B - Redox (DJ Mix)
    John B - Future Reference
    Kenny Ken - A History of Hardcore (Part 2)
    Kenny Ken - A History of Hardcore (Part 1)
    Koma & Bones - Shutterspeed
    Kosheen - Resist
    Krust - Coded Language
    Lab 4 - Evilution
    Lab 4 - Evilution - Live
    Lab 4 - Live in Australia
    Lab 4 - Neurocide
    Lab 4 - Neurocide - Live
    Lab 4 - Virus - Live
    Lab 4 - Virus
    Lamb - Between Darkness and Wonder
    Lamb - Fear Of Fours
    Lamb - Lamb
    Lamb - What Sound
    Laurent Garnier - Unreasonable Behaviour
    Lee Combs - Perfecto Breaks
    Leftfield - Leftism Remixes
    Leftfield - Leftism
    Leftfield - Stealth Remixes
    Leftfield - Rhythm & Stealth
    London Elektricty - Billion Dollar Gravy
    LTJ Bukem - Progression Sessions Live in Japan
    LTJ Bukem - Progression Sessions f. MC Conrad
    LTJ Bukem - Progression Sessions (Instrumental Version)
    LTJ Bukem - Journey Inwards
    Maxim - Hell's Kitchen
    Micky Finn - The Takeover Bid II
    Mirwais - Production
    Moloko - Do You Like My Tight Sweater
    Moloko - Things To Make And Do
    Moving Fusion - The Start of Something
    Ms Dynamite - A Little Deeper
    Norah Jones - Come Away With Me
    Omni Trio - Even Angels Cast Shadows
    Paradise Lost - Draconian Times
    Paradise Lost - Reflection
    Paul van Dyk - Out There And Back
    Pearl Jam - Vs
    Peshay - Fuzion
    Photek - Modus Operandi
    Photek - Form & Function
    Photek - Solaris
    Pink - Can't Take Me Home
    Placebo - Without You I'm Nothing
    Points In Time 9
    Points In Time 2
    Points In Time 4
    Points In Time 6
    Points In Time 5
    Princess Superstar - Princess Superstar is
    Queen - Greatest Hits III
    Queen - Greatest Hits I
    Queen - Greatest Hits II
    Radiohead - Amnesiac
    Radiohead - Kid A
    Radiohead - The Bends
    Radiohead - OK Computer
    Rage Against The Machine - The Battle Of Los Angeles
    Rage Against The Machine - Rage Against The Machine
    Rage Against The Machine - Evil Empire
    Republica - Republica
    Republica - Speed Ballads
    Roni Size - Through The Eye (Disc 2)
    Roni Size - In The Mode
    Roni Size - Through The Eye
    Roni Size - New Forms
    Roots Manuva - Dub Come Find Me
    Sander Kleinenberg - NuBreed 004 (Disc 1)
    Sander Kleinenberg - NuBreed 004 (Disc 2)
    Sasha - Airdrawndagger
    Satoshi Tomiee - Global Underground (Disc 2)
    Satoshi Tomiee - Global Underground (Disc 1)
    Satoshi Tomiie - NuBreed 006 CD1
    Satoshi Tomiie - Full Lick
    Satoshi Tomiie - Nubreed 006 CD2
    Scratch Perverts - History In The Makin'
    Seb Fontaine - Prototype #3 (Disc 2)
    Seb Fontaine - Prototype #3 (Disc 1)
    Seb Fontaine - Prototype #2 (Disc 2)
    Seb Fontaine - Prototype #2 (Disc 1)
    Seb Fontaine - Prototype #1 (Disc 1)
    Seb Fontaine - Prototype #1 (Disc 2)
    Sneaker Pimps - Splinter
    Sneaker Pimps - Becoming X
    Soundtrack - Friday
    Soundtrack - Romeo Must Die
    Soundtrack - Blade
    Speed Limit 140bpm Plus
    Squarepusher - Do You Know Squarepusher
    Squarepusher - Alive in Japan
    Squarepusher - Go Plastic
    Squarepusher - Selection Sixteen
    Stanton Warriors - The Stanton Session
    St Germain - Tourist
    Talvin Singh Presents Anokha - Soundz Of The Asian Underground
    Talvin Singh - Ok
    Tango n' Vectif - ć-ziq
    The Best Of Platipus (Disc 2) Mixed by Anthony Pappa
    The Best Of Platipus (Disc 1) Mixed by Anthony Pappa
    The Cardigans - Life
    The Cardigans - Gran Tourismo
    The Cardigans - Long Gone Before Daylight
    The Corrs - Talk On Corners
    The Corrs - Unplugged
    The Prodigy - Music for the Jilted Generation
    The Prodigy - Fat of the Land
    The Prodigy - Experience
    Timecode - Moving Shadow 01.1
    Timecode - Moving Shadow 02.2
    Timecode - Moving Shadow 00.1
    Timecode - Moving Shadow 02.1
    Timo Maas - Connected (CD1)
    Timo Maas - Connected (CD2)
    Timo Maas - Loud
    Timo Maas - Music For The Maases (Disc 1)
    Timo Maas - Music For The Maases (Disc 2)
    Tranceformer 2000 (Disc 1 - Mauro Picotto)
    Tranceformer 2000 (Disc 2 - Lange)
    Two Lone Swordsmen - A Virus With Shoes
    Two Lone Swordsmen - Tiny Reminders
    Underworld - Beaucoup Fish
    Urban Funk Breaks 3
    Willaim ťrbit - Pieces In a Modern Style
    Y4K - Dub Pistols
    Y4K - Freq Nasty
    Y4K - Ils
    Y4K - Koma & Bones
    Y4K - Tayo
    Y4K Further Still - Tayo (CD1)
    Y4K Further Still - Tayo (CD2)
    Zero 7 - AnotherLateNight
    Zero 7 - Simple Things

    PS. I'm not ENTIRELY convinced by DOS's alphabetical ordering...
    Edited by Daishi at 18:02 GMT, 7th Dec 2003 - 8716 Hits
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