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Cyberpunk is Dead

emoticon:cyberpunk I don't know how many times I've read posts or articles declaring that Cyberpunk is Dead, not for a long time though I have to admit. Cyberpunk aint just dead, it's buried. Surprised

Actually this entry is a slightly tongue in cheek way of bringing some sad news. Cyberpunk isn't dead, it just got too close to reality.

Back in the day, a colleague and I setup a forum to discuss cyberpunk issues. Void-Shockz had its moments, but in recent months it has become nothing but a quiet graveyard; haunted only by spammers and silent visitors.

Well, it's time to call it a day, so we're closing it down. This is the official funereal pronouncement on Void-Shockz. Sad

Meanwhile, life goes on. William Gibson is still alive and well, and so are all the other comrades.

One of the primary facets of cyberpunk is virtual reality, a virtual world you can immerse yourself in. We haven't quite got there yet, but we edge ever closer. The three aspects of technology that must evolve in whatever the tripartite equivalent of a tandem is, are computing power, programming techniques and the communication infrastructure.

If this is even vaguely interesting to you, then you might enjoy the following two entries (on The Techie Blog) :

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Posted by Fuzzyman on 2006-07-28 23:58:40 | |
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But You Don't Need One of These

emoticon:slippedstream And this definitely isn't an advert either :

You Don't Need One of These

Who said originality was dead... Smile

For those who might not understand this, the above link takes you to Microsoft's 'new' mp3 player: which just happens to look exactly like the Apple iPod.

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Posted by Fuzzyman on 2006-07-28 23:57:17 | |
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Everyone Needs One of These

emoticon:boxing_gloves This isn't an advert honestly (heck you can make your own), but really everyone needs one of these :

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Posted by Fuzzyman on 2006-07-28 23:55:31 | |
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Official T-Mobile SDA Unlock

emoticon:mobile It seems like all I do these days is post adverts to this blog. I promise that right after this entry I'll post something that isn't an advert. Smile

Anyway, enough waffle. This is an announcement.

The Official T-Mobile SDA 1 & SDA 2 Unlock Procedure is now available from Voidspace Shareware. It also has an unlock procedure for the Orange SPV, as well as a great program for watching TV on your PC and another for having fun with anagrams. If you haven't visited yet, you really ought to. Wink

Official SDA I & II Unlock

Voidspace SDA Smartphone Unlock on Tradebit

This file takes you through the official T-Mobile unlock procedure for the SDA 1 and the SDA 2 smartphone.

It is the official development process for unlocking your mobile phone handset for any network AND application unlocking allowing installations of unsigned software (such as backup apps, games and third party software) and writing your own applications.

With this process your PDA will be able to take any sim on any network and any software, only 4.99.

Get enlightened now! Knowledge is the power to unlock...

Get your phone unlocked now.


Visit the Official SDA Unlock Page to purchase, or for more information.

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Posted by Fuzzyman on 2006-07-28 23:49:12 | |


The Old Blog Archives

There was so much ancient wisdom distilled into my old blog, that I couldn't let it just creep ignominiously into the pages of cyber-history. More to the point I'm still getting some hits from google with the old entries. Here are the archives of my previous Blogger based blog.

The Old Voidspace BlogThe Old Techie Blog

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