Life in a Gun Shell is a weekly comic written by Andrew Mussey involving the trials and tribulations of living in an 8-bit world. A new strip is run every Friday.

THE MAKING OF LIFE IN A GUN SHELL
March 23, 2010 at 3:17 AM EST (GMT -5)
I thought I'd share some pre-release material from an upcoming comic:


The making of the bear.


NEW SITE LAYOUT
March 17, 2010 at 5:02 PM EST (GMT -5)
Check out the new site over at AJAMA.org! (Or, if you're already reading this from over there, thanks for checking it out!)


COMIC 150
February 12, 2010 at 5:33 PM EST (GMT -5)
Today marks the 150th comic published in the Free Lance-Star! Thank you guys so much for your continued support, love, and humor.

Keep it real!


STOP FACEBOOK SPAM!
January 27, 2010 at 12:34 AM EST (GMT -5)
(I simply tagged people from whom I've received a spam notification from recently or who could shed some insight in to the issue. If you feel as though you were wrongly tagged, please untag yourself.)

It seems like there?s been a sudden spike in spam notifications showing up in my inbox recently. So, here?s how to tell if an app notification is spam.

Oh, hey! C commented on my photo!


Huh...



Facebook will NEVER require your permission to view a standard post on your news feed or photos. Here are some other signs:


One more fake one:


I hope this helps everyone! Keep these in mind, and help keep Facebook clean!


CES BLOG
January 17, 2010 at 6:03 PM EST (GMT -5)
For those who haven't been baraged by posts, check out the week-long CES blog produced by myself and my father over at:

CES.AJAMA.org

Also, be sure to check out the new it! web site:

http://fredericksburg.com/it/


DAY 1 (THE FLIGHT IN)
January 8, 2010 at 2:37 AM EST (GMT -5)
We came in through Dulles international airport with relatively few problems. Security didn't seem to be much heavier than previous flights. We took South West out on a 4 PM flight, with a landing at 6:50. Luggage pickup was quick. The shuttle from the airport, for which we were charged nearly $20, took around 45 minutes, as it dropped people off at every hotel on the strip. I highly recommend, if you are traveling with more than one person, that you take a cab.
Check in time at Treasure Island was horrendous. With about 30 people in front of us in line, and only 3 people working the desk, it took about 45 minutes.
More coverage will come about the opening day of the expo soon!





CES - GEAR LOADOUT
January 8, 2010 at 1:16 AM EST (GMT -5)
In the interest of transparency, this is just a personal list for my loadout. Dad may chose to release his later on (primarily, the list of items used to animate the nightly CES cartoons).

Computers:

Macbook Pro
- 2009 Unibody Model
- 15" Display
- OSX 10.6 and Windows 7 Enterprise dual boot
- Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.66 Ghz
- 320 GB Hard Drive

Fujitsu U810
- 5.5" Display
- Windows XP Tablet Edition
- Intel Atom @ 800 Mhz
- 60 GB hard drive

Digital Media Players/Recorders:

Sansa Fuse 4GB Player/Recorder

Camera Equipment:

Nikon D80 12 Megapixel Digital Camera
- 50mm f/1.8
- 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6
- 50-200mm f/4-5.6 VR

Fujitsu FinePix F30 6 Megapixel point-and-shoot digital camera
- 640x480 Movie Recording


SOFTWARE: SK LIGHTWORKS 1.1.0.2
December 21, 2009 at 12:14 AM EST (GMT -5)
I just finished updating the SK Lightworks program to include some more features. There are now more patterns for the LEDs and more options for the fog. Check out the video:





Download:
SK Lightworks 1.1.0.2
Download .Net 3.5 Redist
Download XNA 3.0 Redist


 

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