Zen and the art of transhumanism
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Zen and the Art of Transhumanism is a little game designed for Ludum Dare 35 in which you play the role of a robot trying to master the art of pottery. Although it’s a pretty simple concept in. May 16, · ZEN and THE ART OF TRANSHUMANISM. >Zen and the Art of Transhumanism is “a cyberpunk pottery game about improving the human race through technology,” the player is in the role of a robot tasked with making implants to fulfill the desires of the people. Implants that can do everything: improving a person’s online social status, making him/her stronger, or even extending life. Jan 24, · Complete playthrough of Zen and the Art of Transhumanism, a Cyberpunk pottery game made for Ludum Dare Published 23 January A polished version of Z.
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DRAM: about prices and more
As observations of memory prices show, the situation in the DRAM market has stabilized to some extent. Changes in prices for SDRAM, the last days have become more predictable, however, it is still too early to talk about complete stability in this market sector.
There has been a tendency to reduce prices for 128 MB SDRAM modules. According to DRAM Exchange, these modules have been getting cheaper by an average of 1-2% per day over the past few days. 64 MB modules also become cheaper (on average by 0.5% per day). 256Mb modules, on the contrary, rise in price by an average of 0.5-1% per day.
The prices for other types of memory have not remained unchanged either. RDRAM is slowly but surely getting cheaper, while DDR, on the contrary, is growing in price, and significantly (from two to four percent per day).
So, what caused the rise in prices for 256 MB memory modules and a slight “slide” in prices for 128 MB modules??
The number of sold 256 MB of memory modules is very close to the sales volume of 128 MB of modules, although just a month ago 128 MB of SDRAM was sold almost twice as much as 256 MB.
The reasons for the rise in the price of DDR are also quite understandable. According to most analysts, the rise in prices for DDR SDRAM is driven by the recent release of a wide range of motherboards that support DDR, and the release of Intel’s i845D chipset will further drive demand for this type of memory.
According to representatives of Elpida and Nanya, the volume of DDR SDRAM shipments will exceed the volume of regular SDRAM shipments in the second half of next year. This opinion is consistent with the point of view of most analysts and with the findings of the analytical company DRAM Exchange, according to which motherboards supporting DDR memory will occupy up to 60% of the market in the near future. Moreover, representatives of Nanya hope to double the supply of DDR modules. True, the German Infineon believes that DDR SDRAM will dominate the memory market only by 2021.
Decrease in price of RDRAM is caused by the fact that Intel switches to DDR and stops further development of chipsets supporting this type of memory. Intel plans to end final release of RDRAM chipsets in 2021.
In Russia, according to our data, there has not yet been a significant growth in DDR memory sales. So far, sales of DDR SDRAM are 25-30% lower than sales of RIMM modules.Source: AK-Center Microsystems