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The On Ramp

The Blue Mountain Internet Customer Newsletter

 Issue # 47 September 2007 
  • Greetings from the Edi...
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  • The Endless Question
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  • Not Too Far A Reach
  • What If I Moved to Sea...
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  • The Endless Question
    by Rochelle Helms
    September 2007
    "What if "Microsoft made cars?
       *Occasionally your car would die on the freeway for no reason.
       *You would have to pull over to the side of the road, close all of the windows, shut off the car, restart it, and reopen the windows before you could continue.
       *For some reason you would simply accept this.
    To see more on What if Microsoft Made Cars click here: Microsoft vs General Motors

    "What if" I shot my television?
    Have you ever seen the bumper sticker that says, "Shoot your Television!"? Have you ever wondered what would happen if you actually tried it? Would it explode? What would you find inside? Well, here's your chance to find out! (Rochelle's disclaimer: this is NOT a suggestion to blow up your T.V. It's a link to watch the How Stuff Works video of someone shooting the T.V. to see what if...). How Stuff Works

    "What if" kids ruled the world?
    CBS has a reality show asking just that. "40 children, 40 days, no adults" eager to prove they can build a better world for tomorrow in the new reality series KID NATION. Kid Nation

    Now for the gamers: "What if" games never grew old?
    What if instead of turning into pixilated oddities of the past, games like Zelda, Star Craft, and King's Quest automatically became better looking as they grew older? Procedural Synthesis. What if it turned out to be the gaming equivalent of the Fountain of Youth?  To read more click here:

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