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Mana sink

Slang term from VR gameworlds, a Mana sink is a player who requires far more spells cast on them to bring them up to full potential than most. They are essentially a pit for magical power to be poured down.

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Doomed to fail?
A look at why most MMOs are doomed to fail, to sink without trace, due to the very way they're made, and the way they're run. Includes three key points to improve the situation. Reprinted with permission, from the Biting the Hand column, previously hosted at happypuppy.com.



 

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(04/10/2007)
In severe epileptic seizures, over-excited brain cells fire at such a rate they can raise the brain's temperature in that area. This causes more nerves to fire in a feedback mechanism that makes the episode even worse.

So T...


(22/03/2007)
Bruno Michel, researcher at IBM's Zurich Research Laboratory in Switzerland has discovered a way to cool computer chips more efficiently, thus drastically reducing power consumption by large data centres, and reducing the noise of fans in ...


(08/02/2009)
The combined efforts of the University of Tokyo with private sector partners and the Information and Robot Technology Research Technology Initiative have moved one-step closer to creating a robot capable of performing fine motor skills, bal...


(06/08/2009)
Nikon has taken the bull by the horns in order to drag consumer products out of a sink-hole for the holidays. Nikon is in the process of introducing the first combined digital camera and built-in projector. The slump-breaker, NikonCoolpix S...


(16/07/2009)
It is often said there's no point reinventing the wheel, but when it comes to getting rescue robots into and out of avalanches, that may be just what is needed. So say researchers in Japan who have developed an adjustable wheel that can ad...