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If traditional printers use ink and toner cartridges, most commercial 3D printers use plastic filament spools to create the objects you want. These filaments, however, are typically made from plastic pellets, so an Ohio company called Sculptify thought: "Hey, why don't we make a 3D printer that us...

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Every week, WoW Insider brings you Encrypted Text for assassination, combat and subtlety rogues. Chase Christian will be your guide to the world of shadows every Wednesday. Feel free to email me with any questions or article suggestions you'd like to see covered here. Tricks of the Trade is a st...

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Elite and its sequel Frontier: Elite II were arguably two of the most influential early space games ever made. They dropped the player into an immense sci-fi sandbox with just a tiny ship and a handful of credits. You could work your way up to larger and larger hauling ships, fight off pirates in...

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When it comes to being a freshly minted superhero, there seems to be a fairly common trope of the hero doing all manner of crazy, dangerous things to test just what they can do. When it comes to Champions Online, it's even more fun -- after all, if your character gets messed up, there's no real ha...

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Hey, David. (We figured the nature of this post would only interest one person on the planet. We took a shot in the dark and went with David. If your name is David, and find this post interesting, WE'RE IN YOUR MIND.) You know how you're looking forward to BioWare's upcoming fantasy RPG Dragon Age...

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If you're like me, you're ... well, you're probably incredibly handsome and charming. But you're also probably interested in WoW's economy, given that it's the biggest and most involved metagame in WoW and a fascinating microcosm of a free-market economy. I personally think that the how and why of W...

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Many Chaos players will recognize the above image as being from inside Warhammer Online's Inevitable City, a place where many players can revel in the darkness that Mythic sought to create there. Unless of course, you're an Order player, in which case, this landscape is perhaps a bit too twisted f...

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For all the awesome screenshots that are beginning to come in from the front lines of Warhammer Online, this is probably one of our favorites that we've seen so far. Today's One Shots comes in to us from David, who said that he took this particular screenshot while he was walking around near the I...

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Twice a week, our writers will tell you more about themselves, and let you get to know them and the characters they play a little better. Click here to read more About the Bloggers. What do you do for WoW Insider? I blog about whatever seems interesting at the time, and I also write the rolepla...

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Nintendo occasionally feels fit to send certain ailing minds a free Nintendo DS Lite and a copy of Brain Age, to shake off the rust. This time, however, they sent a perfectly functioning and quite hilarious mind the very same gift, commemorating the sixtieth birthday of none other than David Letter...

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David Perry (Earthworm Jim, Enter the Matrix) is working with Acclaim on an MMO that will incorporate gamer's input. The project is currently named "Top Secret." Players will have the opportunity to participate in the entire video game development process. Perry will choose a winner from the contrib...

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Those snazzy laser-based scanners that just have to make at least one appearance in every science-fiction film worth its salt are now available for your home, and it'll cost you quite a bit less than what Hollywood presumably shelled out for theirs. Thanks to folks who see value in "free," a few cle...

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Ah, some fairly rare bad news from Nintendo's camp this morning. It turns out that the potential-sleeper-hit Elebits, which won best-of-show at TGS 2006, will be delayed in America until mid-December. The quirky "gravity gun" title seemed to capture the hearts of those who played it (and David, too)...

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Most people know that the right ergonomic setup is important to maintain not only good productivity but good health. Far too many otherwise healthy and intelligent people, including Mac pundit and New York Times columnist David Pogue, succumb to painful, sometimes even debilitating, RSI or back pain...

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With only twelve concepts still in the running to be turned into someone's dream Mac OS X application, the My Dream App competition ends its third round of public voting tonight at midnight. As a reward for your input, everyone who votes will recieve a free copy of Musicast which allows anyone to st...

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Nintendo UK's David Yarnton recently said during an interview on Eurogamer TV that Europe would receive the biggest launch in the company's history. He's quick to cover his keister, however, by stating that even "20 million [units] wouldn't be enough" to cover the demand for the system. David says t...

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