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  1. #1
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    One Up

    Here is how this game works:

    You start with an item, say, "computer".
    The next person adds an attribute to improve the item, e.g. "Linux computer".
    The next person adds another attribute, and so on, until one person can't think of a way to improve the object.
    It is important to remember that you May Not improve the item by changing an attribute, e.g. "Ubuntu computer" instead of "Linux computer".

    I will start with, well, computer.

  2. #2
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    Aug 2007
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    Re: One Up

    Windows98 computer.

    Sorry. I have some nostalgic feelings for 98 and that improves the item for me.
    Full time open source software developer. Projects:
    Wakame-vdc: Virtual data center. Community: Wakame Users Group
    OpenVNet: Virtual networking using OpenFlow
    Sinatra-browse: Parameter declaration framework and browsable API for ruby Sinatra.

  3. #3
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    Re: One Up

    Windows98 computer with 1 GB RAM

  4. #4
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    Re: One Up

    Windows98 computer with 1 GB RAM and Duke Nukem 3D installed.
    Full time open source software developer. Projects:
    Wakame-vdc: Virtual data center. Community: Wakame Users Group
    OpenVNet: Virtual networking using OpenFlow
    Sinatra-browse: Parameter declaration framework and browsable API for ruby Sinatra.

  5. #5
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    Re: One Up

    Windows98 computer with 1 GB RAM, Duke Nukem 3D installed, and a 1.2 GHz Pentium Pro

  6. #6
    Join Date
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    Re: One Up

    Windows98 computer with 1 GB RAM, Duke Nukem 3D installed and currently running, and a 1.2 GHz Pentium Pro
    Full time open source software developer. Projects:
    Wakame-vdc: Virtual data center. Community: Wakame Users Group
    OpenVNet: Virtual networking using OpenFlow
    Sinatra-browse: Parameter declaration framework and browsable API for ruby Sinatra.

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