Hello? Can you see the portal gun? Also, are you alive? That’s important; should have asked that first.
I’m just dropping in to let you know that we’re not dead! :P We’ve been really busy, enjoying the last few days of summer, and getting ready for the second year of Uni - which is looking really good!
We’ve got a bit more development to do before we let you guys have a play - and Facebook integration coming at the end of September when we’re off to Facebook’s London Hackathon! Which should be awesome!!
Keep your eyes and ears open - you’ve got a lot to look forward too, including live-blogging from the developers as they work away!!
Hope you’ve all had a wicked summer :D
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Exams are finished. Which means development is back on! We’re all returning back to our natural habitat this weekend, but as soon as a summer routine is in place we will be back to building our project and getting something to show you guys too :)
Our landing page doesn’t really show much about who we are and what we want to do, but we’ll be correcting that shortly. And hopefully we’ll be posting some images too :)
Here’s hoping that we get a product out to you guys before the end of the summer! ^_^ If anyone has any questions or want to say “hi!” then feel free to shoot us an email firstname.lastname@example.org!
Hope you guys have a great summer :) Get outside, get some sun, and overhear everything around you ;)
You ask, Why is so much of our science dangerous? I say, Why not marry safe science if you love it so much? In fact, why not invent a special safety door that won’t hit you in the butt on the way out - because you are fired. - Cave Johnson, CEO of Aperture Science
You need a `fn` button, you know, a fun button.
Just dropping in to let you guys know that at the moment all OH work is really slow because we’re about to enter some deadly first-year University exams. Think Aperture Science Test Chambers, but a bit harder and without portal guns!
But as soon as they’re over (cough 11th June cough) we’ll be back on track!
Good luck guys!
This next test may involve trace amounts of time travel. So, word of advice: If you meet yourself on the testing track, don’t make eye contact. Lab boys tell me that’ll wipe out time. Entirely. Forward and backward! So do both of yourselves a favor and just let that handsome devil go about his business.
Developer fuel #HackLDN
Preparing to present our work at #HackLDN
…and @matt_house on the floor