Hey, look at that. Getty is giving bloggers an embed code for their images. We’re not ripping off their photos anymore—we’re borrowing them! For free! All we need is a non-non-intrusive banner below every image. The process is simple: head over to the Getty Images site, do a search for something—say, game show—and look for an image. If you see one that you like, hover your mouse over i
A large cardboard Credit Card from The Price is Right A melting Rubik’s cube decal. A blue plastic phone handset that plugs into my iPhone Trivial Pursuit: Millenium Edition The overwhelming fascination with Frank Underwood’s vice-presidency A small, plastic banana glued to a trophy base A need to pee A metal SEPTA sign that marks a stop for the 8 and the J buses An almost-full tube of
BBC3, the national broadcaster’s youth-oriented network, is poised to cut its own terrestrial cord and shift its content to the online arena, if all goes according to plan. According to the Guardian, Tony Hall, the Director-General of the BBC, is planning to announce that he is going to axe BBC3 as part of his plan to cut £100 million from the BBC’s budget. One idea being bandied about
I commissioned Cory to build a game entitled Meal or No Meal for AddictingGames. We worked very well together and bounced many ideas off each other during the mont that we worked together. I provided the pictures and overall direction, while Cory did the programming and much of the artwork for the game. He came up with many novel ideas including some mini games that definitely helped to give the game more replay value.
This game became an instant hit on our site and garnered hundreds of thousands of plays.
Justin Molyneaux, AddictingGames.com
At Apple, Cory was my Mentor and played a key role in my development as a Specialist. His patience, extensive knowledge on Apple products and technology and his innovative ideas helped me to grow not only as a Specialist but also a person. Cory was always available to answer questions, and was quick to come up with creative solutions. His professional and friendly manner encouraged me to have a better attitude. He was a pleasure to work with.
Corissa Poley, Apple Retail
Cory and I work within the same industry of game shows and developing FLASH Games based on ideas inspired by game shows. We've collaborated on various projects through the years, and Cory's a great programmer!
Christopher Colbourne, FlashGameShows
I worked with Cory on creating an interactive, adver-game for a client. This was years before this type of advertising became popular. Cory was a driving force behind creating the game, which our client viewed as an astounding success. I would work with Cory again and hope to do so. Good job Pacdude Games on being ahead of the trends and knowing expertly how to deliver.