New videogame is sure to be a hit next Halloween

Jan. 31, 2008
The creative class that runs your data centres
IT World Canada
Shane Schick highlights IT data centre workers and notes that businesses should also do the same.“If you’re celebrating the companies that make Toronto great, or how business has changed over the last 120 years, there should be a spot at the table for the people who helped revolutionize the enterprise. A lot of the growth and prosperity our firms have enjoyed is a direct result of the technology talent they have employed.”

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Google celebrates 50 years of LEGO
Garett Rogers writes about Google’s tribute to LEGO.

“The Google founders, and employees alike have a fetish for LEGO – so why not celebrate the 50th year of it? The newest Google Doodle is a Google logo built with virtual LEGO pieces. I wonder how long it will be before they sell a “Google” LEGO kit?”

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Game based on Saw movies due next year
Susan Arendt writes of Saw, the latest movie-turned-videogame to hit the market next year.

“The game is due out for 360 and PS3 in October 2009 (in time for Halloween, of course), and will thread its way through the plots of the films. The studio will be collaborating closely with the developers, so the game should at least look and sound just like the movies.”

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