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Bio: Founder & CEO of Cygnus Communications, Nitin spent over 10 years marketing video games in the Middle East working with world renowned video games publishers such as Activision Blizzard, Electronic Arts, SEGA, Square-Enix Eidos, Take 2, Ubisoft and Warner Bros. Living in Dubai, UAE, apart from running Cygnus, he spends time with his family and is an avid technology and motoring buff as well as a keen social media enthusiast.
Posts by Nitin M:
This is an unbelievable story of Alexander Stupkin, who turns his Mitsubishi Eclipse into a replica of a Lamborghini Reventon – a gorgeous one at that.
Check out the full story here.
Current generation gamers (aged 21 and under) may appreciate this brief “history of sports games” in under two minutes…
We came across this brilliant blog post by designer Andrew Kim who hosts his work at Minimally Minimal.
In three days, Andrew’s redesigned Microsoft’s branding and messaging.
Check out this brilliant commercial by Nike that aims to inspire people to run.
Ever wonder what the desks of Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs and Michael Dell look like?
Check out this brilliant video by Rufus Blacklock compressing the 60 years of Formula 1 car design into a minute.
Don’t forget to check out his blog.
Jeri Ellsworth, a circuit bending enthusiast, has come up with an interesting use for an old Commodore 64.
Check out the video for yourself.
It would be an understatement to call Jack one of the most influential men of all time, as his role will forever be etched in history as contributing tot he rise and growth of personal computing as we know it.
You can read a lot of articles, posts and biographical information on the man all over the internet.
The Commodore 64 has a special place in my heart along with the Sinclair ZX Spectrum+ as the machines that introduced me to computing and planted that early thirst for all things technological.
The legendary Jaguar E-Type, which celebrated its 50th anniversary last year, is considered one of the most iconic cars of all time.
It comes as no surprise then that a company out of Coventry in the UK is rekindling the passion for the icon with a 21st century interpretation of what the E-Type might have looked like had it been developed today.
Behold, the Lyonheart K, a mountain of a task since there is no involvement from Jaguar.
Our goal at Lyonheart Cars is to make the ‘Made In England’ label into a truthful concept, not just a statement. Every part of a Lyonheart car is developed, engineered and hand-built in England.
From the pictures you can see that is seems to take some styling cues from that other British icon, Aston Martin, but more or less remains true to the spirit of the E-Type – the long bonnet with the bulge down the middle that carries on to the roof.
More detail on the features can be found on the website.
With only a limited production run, it comes at a pretty hefty price tag of EUR 495,000 (US$ 655,529) and an 18 month waiting period for delivery.
What do Super Mario, Uncharted, Myst and Monkey Island have in common?
They’re all part of the Smithsonian Art Museum’s The Art of Video Games exhibition, kicked off on 16th March and running through to 30th September.
80 different games chosen by the public are the subject of study along with interviews and commentary from some of the greatest video game designers of all time.
Also, check out the trailer that they’ve made complete with music reminiscent of the 8-bit era.