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The Most Anticipated Geek-Friendly Movies of 2015

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10 Best Xbox Games of 2014 That Nobody Can Forget

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Problems Only 90s Gamers Could Understand

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Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Glastonbury Festival will be moved from Worthy Farm to another location, Michael Eavis has said

There has been a change of plans related to the Glastonbury Festival. Purportedly, it will no longer take place at the Worthy Farm, but instead at another location in 2019. Michael Eavis, the founder, claims that this needs to happen in order to protect the site. The new location will be approximately 100 miles away from the original spot.

Eavis’s first festival at Worthy Farm took place in 1970. He also stated that he found a place in the Midlands, but chose to keep the details to himself.

"I am arranging for one year off, say every fifth year or so, to try and move the show to a site that's more suitable, I have to say. But it would be a huge loss to Somerset if it went there forever, would it not?" he said.

Eavis told the BBC: "We've got a wonderful product, what we do, and we can do it almost anywhere. I love my own farm... I might have to move it eventually.

"Most people are on side now and it's a wonderful, wonderful boost for the whole of Somerset and beyond as well."

The founder also said that the move is not a permanent one, and added, "I don't want to lose it forever, no way."

Local residents and Glastonburywere given a year to give the land it takes place on, to recover from the disruption. The next scheduled one is to come about in 2018.

Friday, December 9, 2016

Player has managed to build a working Atari 2600 emulator in the Minecraft

Over and over again, Minecraft players do not fail to amaze the rest of the world with their creativity. From floating cities to high-resolution paintings, there’s no limit to what you can create. This has been proven once again by a Minecraft player who goes by the name SethBling, as he managed to build an Atari 2600 emulator – a working one, at that!

The user released a video where he explains how his creation works, and there’s a brief demonstration of it. Through use of thousands of command blocks the original ROMs that were stored on Atari cartridges can run, as well as the processor and memory, as these blocks provide enough power to run the game and deliver up to 60 frames every four hours.

This amazing emulator was built without using any plugins or mods – so, in vanilla Minecraft, which is quite a feat. If this emulator has you interested, the files are available for download here.
If you want to know more technical details about the emulator then you can check the following video