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Pseudo-techblog where the Corsarius gets serious. Visit blog.corsarius.net for his alter ego.

ACM Crossroads (Fall 2005 Issue)

Thursday, October 20, 2005 at 4:50 PM
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I've just received my very first copy of Crossroads, the ACM Student Magazine, and I'm happy with its selection of articles. The Fall 2005 edition features interesting articles such as Game State Fidelity Across Distributed Interactive Games and The Development of a Game Playing Framework Using Interface-Based Programming. Both seem to support the rising importance of game development in computer science, as mentioned in my previous
post.

Crossroads is also distributed free of charge on this website, though you must be an ACM Member to receive the print edition.

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Blogger buchicoy @ 10/24/2005 12:35 AM

Hehe thanks for spreading the news. I'm too busy that I'm not doing my job as the Crossroads School Liason for UPD. I'll probably write something about it at C^3 and/or Kernel when I have the time.    



Blogger Corsarius @ 10/25/2005 4:22 AM

no problem, kuya harv. btw, can there be only one student liaison per school? me and ia signed up, though we've yet to receive any confirmation or response of sorts. :)    



Blogger buchicoy @ 10/26/2005 10:38 PM

Liaisons are not restricted to one person per school. =)    



Blogger Corsarius @ 10/27/2005 1:34 AM

That's relieving to hear :) Though ACM has yet to reply to either of us two.    



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