Saturday, January 15, 2011

The Quantum Conspiracy: What Popularizers of QM Don't Want You to Know

Yet another interesting talk about QM and what its results tell us about reality:

Monday, January 3, 2011

Science is always right, right?

This article takes a revealing look behind the methods used in science and shows some unexpected sources of error, especially in medicine and psychology.
Definitely worth reading if you have anything to do with research yourself and in the end this affects us all somehow.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

The Apple Tree

Some of you might already have seen it. If not go watch it now! 

Best PowerPoint Presentation Ever

Matt Blaze was invited to the RSA-Conference 2011 and they told him that uploading a PowerPoint presentation is a contractual requirement for speakers ... so here it is.

Saturday, October 23, 2010

OpenDemo alpha version released!

Finally everything is working well enough to release a first version of my current project OpenDemo. This is an early alpha version so you can get a first look how things are done without any documentation yet.

I'm developing OpenDemo, to make the access of data in Counterstrike demos as easy as possible for coders.

The OpenDemo source files "OpenDemo.cpp", "OpenDemo.h" and the LoadingStream files "LoadingStream.cpp", "LoadingStream.h" should compile with any c++ compiler. If they don't compile in your compiler contact me immediately!

The other files are for demonstrating how to use OpenDemo in a vc++ project. Especially "ODExample.cpp" shows how to initialise, load and access a demo.

You can always get the latest source code packed together in a rar file with the link in the "My Projects" category.