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EA's drawing board of ideas before creating Dante's Inferno: the videogame - The Eegra Forums
"This summer will you be, or not be? It's Resident Evil meets House of the Dead, IN DENMARK." Epic Eegra thread taking the Dante's Inferno-shaped ball and running a very, very long way with it.
games  humour  pastiche  dantesinferno  forum  literature  mashup  eegra 
february 2009 by infovore
BBC Internet Blog
"We're still going through the stats, but at the time of writing there were almost 170,000 messages on the Strictly [Come Dancing] board." Holy hell. Poor moderators. (And: for such an uninteresting story, as well!)
moderation  online  community  forum  strictlycomedancing 
november 2008 by infovore
Apple - Support - Discussions - Pictures automatically attach to e-mail? ...
"Images don't automatically attach to emails. I hope you and your husband can work things out though." Oh dear.
iphone  apple  adultery  unfortunate  forum  thread 
november 2008 by infovore
"Seeed is a place to discuss the business of web applications." Interesting forum implementation, too.
business  forum  entrepreneurship  web  development 
december 2007 by infovore
Cruciforum: crucially simple
"Cruciforum is a very simple web forum, designed to make it really easy to add a discussion forum to a website." Rather fun: no accounts, no administration, all static HTML, and all from one file. Feels entertainingly old-school.
php  forum  software  discussion 
october 2007 by infovore
Work - MyTopix - Jaia Interactive
Interesting-looking little PHP web-forum.
forum  software  php  opensource 
september 2007 by infovore
Curry Recipes Online - Index
Awesome resource if you're even remotely into curry - lots of recipes from inside (UK) curry houses, lots of discussion on how to make the best base, lots of recipes. Yum.
curry  cooking  recipes  forum  discussion 
march 2007 by infovore
Shiichan Anonymous BBS - the forum software's official home page
Anonymous, simple, stripped down BBS software, just like 2channel
forum  php  software  community 
october 2005 by infovore

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