Richard Garriott carried the DNA of several notable persons into space with him.
Richard Garriott and his incredible home in Austin will be featured on the Science Channel’s “Oddities” show tomorrow evening.
Richard Garriott has written another article at the Huffington Post, discussing astronauts and politics.
I’ll be in the Tri-Cities (Pasco, Kennewick, and Richland) area of Wasthington next week. I’d be down with drinks, if anyone’s around.
Richard Garriott is something of a fan of geocaching, and even holds the record for highest and lowest caches!
I’ve found a solution that restores comment counts to posts on the front page.
I’ll be participating in Extra Life again this year. This time around, however, I’d like to field a team of people to do likewise.Update: Welcome aboard, Johnny Priest and Kenneth Munson!
Another update: Thanks, Dungy, for your generous donation! And welcome aboard, Bandit LOAF!
The no longer anywhere near nightly open discussion thread at Ultima Aiera.
Lord British reflects on the legacy of NASA’s long-serving space vehicles.
The Richard Garriott documentary, Man On A Mission, is available on DVD.
Redmond Pie looks at evidence for the claim that mobile devices — smartphones, etc. — will overshadow and surpass dedicated gaming consoles for raw power in the next few years.
A profesionally-produced web-based cartoon series about the trials and online adventures of MMORPG noobs.
The ZX Spectrum — Sinclair’s “affordable home computer” — computer, one of the pioneering home computer systems of yesteryear, was released thirty years ago, and the Guardian has taken the opportunity to mark the occasion.
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