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Sponsored: Wazala makes it easy to design and build a beautiful online store

Posted in Internet
By Sponsored on 12 Jul 2013

There are a wealth of e-commerce solutions out there, but after you’ve completed the simple sign up, things quickly become complicated especially if you want to embed the online store on your website, Facebook page or blog. Show the rest of this post…

Wazala widgets and apps can easily be plugged into your site or brand page on social networks to transform a web presence into a full shopping experience, supplementing the traditional online store. On the back-end, analytics and coupon codes help you manage and promote your products effectively, with multiple languages and currencies supported so you can sell internationally. So if you’ve been thinking about selling some branded t-shirts or homemade craft products, it’s now more possible than ever, taking credit card or simple PayPal, whatever’s easier.

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Old Fashioned Pirates

Posted in Fun, Internet, Music, Technology
By Sam Bathe on 1 Sep 2010

Who knew you could pirate vinyls? Well, I guess when you think about it all you need to do it make a die or mold, fill it, and you’ve got your vinyl, but the process sure looks cool anyway. It certainly makes pirates work a little harder for their prize than simply downloading off the internet anyway. Oh, you’ll need a wooden box, glass, window cement, silicone mixture, liquid plastic and a drill press too.

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Posted in Internet, News
By Sam Bathe on 14 Jul 2010

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The Destruction of The World by A Violent Robot-Zombie Plague

Posted in Fun, Games, Internet, Previews
By Sam Bathe on 20 Aug 2009


Not the catchiest title in the world is it; The Destruction of The World by A Violent Robot-Zombie Plague, but, and let’s just call it Robot-Zombie Plague for the sake of saving time, is looking like a very interesting project indeed. Show the rest of this post…

Developed by digital design and media studio Hook when they finish up on clients’ projects each day, Robot-Zombie Plague is a browser based side-scrolling action-platformer. Being a media studio, Robot-Zombie Plague is intended as a self exploration into the opportunities of advertising within interactive project, but that doesn’t mean they’re not spending just as much time creating a immensely fun game.

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Little else is know about the game as of yet, beyond a handful of concept drawings, but the action is said to be heavily gun-based, fighting off and endless raft of dangerous enemies in glorious colourful 2D graphics.

You can find out more about Robot-Zombie Plague and keep up to date with the game’s development here.

Tweet That

Posted in Art, Internet, Technology
By Sam Bathe on 23 Apr 2009

Questionmarc should buy a computer. Show the rest of this post…

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