Thursday, November 20, 2008

Trism for the iPhone: Game Makes Big Dollars

Steve Demeter, a former ATM software designer, has earned $250,000 in profits the first two months of his newly released game "Trism" on the ipod touch.

The game was designed in Demeter's spare time and was pitched to Apple in the spring. Apple is now allowing customers to design games and submit them.

Apple has made "Trism" (Priced at $5.00) available to download with the launch of its App. Store in July.

For further information about Steve Demeter's Trism and it's growing popularity follow the provided link:

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Here at Notre Dame Regional Secondary Vancouver BC there was a cermemony that envolved a short play commemorating the soldiers who lost their lives to fight for the freedom we have today. The school choir and band helped set the mood of the ceremony while a powerpoint shared clips of canadian soldiers in the war effort. In the image shown on the left a group of students envolved in the play hold canadian flag. This moment has a strong message that signifies the pride of being a Canadian.