... if it actually burns up your garden?
127 posts • joined 9 Sep 2008
The Wikipedia article on Battlezone goes big on the 6502 as used in the various home computers of the day, for example. "The Atari ST port contains large parts of the original 6502 code which is emulated in real time.", but a Google search accords with my recollection (as a youthful microprocessor design student in those days) of the original being a 4-bit bit-slice implementation:
"We are working to ensure that no other information was compromised"
"Ensure" is a very reassuring word. But how, exactly, can that be done? How are they going to unleak any other information that they find was leaked? Did they, by any chance, mean, "We are working hard to figure out whether any other information was compromised"? That is a necessary, and more achievable, but ultimately much less reassuring aspiration.
"Dr. Sobeck, Margo, they were smart to get out of Faro when they did. But not one of us took it as a warning sign. Just told ourselves they weren't cut out for the BTRI cabals - uh, that's Better Than Rapid Innovation. Better at competing. Better than the next guy. A better killing machine. Isn't it just amazing how a century-and-a-half of science fiction did nothing to swerve our species from the path of doom?"
Because I love it so much, here's the Steve Lyons compilation from many years ago set to Enigma's Return to Innocence:
And one of any number of Medeira videos for anyone who likes their holiday to start with a white-knuckle ride:
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