If you're a gamer or at least marginally interested in videogames, today's show is for you. With Justin Yu out of town for the day, Jeff invited gaming industry all-stars Russ Frushtick (Polygon) and Scott Jones (EP Daily) to take on a handful of gaming-related topics. Laughs were had, tears were shed, but at the end of the day we all got a little closer.
Topics from today's show:
- Scott is really digging Fieldrunners 2.
- Will Need For Speed: Most Wanted finally give us the Burnout-esque game we've been asking for?
- What the hell is going to happen with the Wii U?
- Just how Assassin's Creed-y will Assassin's Creed III be?… Read more
Jeff and Russ will both be there to cover the show, and while casual gamers may still lament the lack of hardware announcements this year, there are still plenty of highly anticipated games to get their hands on, including "The Last of Us," "The Last Guardian," and the new "Tomb Raider."… Read more
Learn about the world of polyhedrons with Poly. The program lets users build cubes and varieties of polyhedrons to explore and manipulate onscreen. Geometry teachers and math buffs alike will enjoy this program.
Poly's interface is fairly intuitive to use, but there is a demo that you can watch and a Help file that you can consult for extra guidance. The Help file includes information about handy keyboard shortcuts, as well as information about Polyhedron categories. You can export the shapes that Poly renders as GIF files, which is handy for math teachers who want to create geometry worksheets … Read more